A rehabilitation physician is a nerve, muscle and bone expert. We diagnose and treat injuries that affect how you move.
Our goal is to reduce pain and restore function without surgery.
Rehabilitation physicians help patients stay as active as possible at any age.Our broad medical expertise has trained us to diagnose and treat disabling conditions throughout a person's lifetime.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is one of the 24 medical specialties certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties. PM&R provides integrated care in the treatment of all neurologic and musculoskeletal disabilities from traumatic brain injury to lower back pain. The specialty focuses on the restoration of function to people with problems ranging from simple physical mobility issues to those with complex cognitive involvement.
About Dr. Abrahamson
Dr. Anne Abrahamson is a life-long resident of the Downriver area, and was born in Dearborn. She received an undergraduate degree from Wayne State University in Nutrition and Food Science, and then went on to earn her Medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine.
Anne completed her residency as well as her post-doctoral studies at William Beaumont Hospital, and is Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
Although Dr. Abrahamson provides a wide range of treatments, her special areas of interest include sports medicine, EMG and musculoskeletal medicine - with a special focus on pain management in the form of joint and trigger point injections.
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