Rehabilitation in Chicago

Physical therapy and injury rehabilitation at American Back Center helps patients regain body functions lost due to medical conditions, work-related accidents, or sports/personal injuries. Many injuries or medical conditions can affect one’s ability to function:

  • Chronic pain, including back and neck pain
  • Major bone or joint surgery, severe burns, or limb amputation
  • Severe arthritis becoming worse over time
  • Severe weakness after recovering from a serious illness (such as infection or
    heart failure or respiratory failure)
  • Spinal cord injury or brain injury
  • Sports-related injuries, such as ligament tears, sprains, damage to cartilage

Once our practitioners assess and design programs to fit your specific needs and goals, they will work one-on-one with you on techniques, exercises, strengthening programs and active care treatment plans.

Your individualized program will help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease.

While undergoing physical therapy treatment at American Back Center you will learn effective pain management and injury prevention techniques.

Professional athletes and frequent exercisers are among the many individuals who complete our physical therapy program to learn the skills necessary to restore, maintain, and advance their overall fitness and health.

As part of our comprehensive philosophy of rehabilitation therapy, your individualized program may also include chiropractic, VAX-D, acupuncture and nutritional coaching. Our goal of rehabilitation therapy at American Back Center is full restoration and recovery.

We want you to get well and stay that way, for life. It’s that simple.

The Back Center has been a huge help to me – I’ve had lots of old injuries from ballet dance and working with horses. The Center and its wonderful practitioners have ameliorated much of the pain I’ve accrued from frequent headaches, sciatic and back injuries.”

– Chloris Noelhe Olson