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Physiatry and Rehab – Services Overview

Dr. Atul Patel, a Physiatrist (also known as a Rehabilitation Specialist) and his team at Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic provide excellent care to patients with a wide variety of medical conditions, injuries and illnesses. We offer complex diagnostic consultations by evaluating the whole patient, including your history, to discover the cause of your condition. We offer several effective treatment options. We want to help you improve your function.

Conditions We Treat

The physiatry team at KCBJ treat a variety of conditions, including musculoskeletal conditions, movement disorders, and neurological impairments. Click below to read more about what we treat.

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Diagnostics and Treatment Options

Our office has a variety of diagnostic tools and modality treatment options for your convenience. Click here to find out more about those procedures and treatments.

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Stroke Rehabilitation

A stroke can affect many different aspects of your life, and we are here to evaluate each part. Click here to find out more about stroke rehabilitation and clinical research study participation options.

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Chronic Migraine

Do you or someone you know suffer from chronic migraines? Click here to find out more about migraines and how the physiatry team at KCBJ can be involved in your recovery.

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Schedule An Appt.

We offer online appointment scheduling for your convenience. Click below to request an appointment with one of our Physiatry and Rehab specialists.

Clinical Research

At the Kansas Institute of Research, we as a team are focused on providing safe and quality care to our patients. Our research team is committed to exploring new and innovative treatments to better serve our patients, and our team is constantly looking to start new studies that may impact our patients. 

Related Articles

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out these related articles and blogs to find out more information regarding Physiatry and Rehab.

Migraine At a Glance

    The estimated global prevalence of migraine is about 15%, ranking it as the third most common disease in the world to affect both males and females (The Global Burden of Disease Survey, 2010). Women are more likely to have migraines, but males account for as much... read more

Osteoporosis Versus Osteopenia

Osteopenia refers to the weakened state of bone due to decreased bone density. Having osteopenia is a direct indicator of poor bone health and that treatment should be considered to improve bone health prior to the occurrence of significant fractures. Medication is... read more

Playing it safe with Concussion Awareness

Fall sports are under way in KC, and as youth are lacing up their cleats for soccer and football it is a great time to discuss concussion awareness and prevention. While awareness of concussion has improved in recent years, the CDC estimates that 50% of sports-related... read more

Back in action

Here are great stories from a few of our patients on how they got ‘Back in Action’ after rehab.