Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine is the discipline that deals with motor rehabilitation and physical therapy.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is a branch of medicine that aims to enhance and restore functional motor ability and using of physical therapies. The specialist commonly treats patients with orthopedic and neurologic injuries, like spinal pain, scoliosis, muscle/bone/joint injuries, stroke, Parkinson disease and other debilitating injuries.

These pathologies could lead to deformities and disabling impairment, with a reduction in terms of ability and level of function in the activities of daily living.

The specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation acts in:

Diagnosis
Evaluating of level of function and building a successful rehabilitation program
therapy, by using drugs, rehabilitation instruments and physical therapy
In addition, the specialist leads an interdisciplinary team in the application of rehabilitation program.

Dr. Alessandro Lauro
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist 
Scientific Director of Lauro Group Srl 
Degree of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2017)
Degree of Doctor Of Medicine (2012)
State Medical Board, Rome (n. 60000)
 
 

Medical specialist examination

 

Musculoskeletal disorders in child developmental age
Orthopedic muscoloskeletal disorders
Musculoskeletal disorders in the elderly
Work related musculoskeletal disorders

 

Musculoskeletal disorders in child developmental age

Scoliosis and scoliotic attitude
Hyperkyphosis
Limb lenght discrepancy
Genu valgum and genu varum
Postural malalignment

 

Orthopedic muscoloskeletal disorders

Neck pain
Upper back pain and low back pain
Disc protrusion and herniation
Cervical radiculopathy and lumbar radiculopathy
Loss of spinal curvatures
Frozen shoulder
 
Rotator cuff tendinopathy and injury
Pubalgia
Baker’s Cist. Plantar fascitis
Lateral epicondylitis
Cervicogenic or tension-type headache
Temporomandibular disorders.

Musculoskeletal disorders in the elderly

Osteoarthritis of shoulder
Osteoarthritis of shoulder, hip, knee, ankle
Osteoarthritis of spine

 

Work related musculoskeletal disorders

Neck and shoulder pain of the saxophonist
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Lateral epicondylitis of the guitarist
Frozen shoulder of the violinist
Genu varum or valgum of the model

 

Medical Therapy

Robotic physical therapy

Periarticular injections
Dry needling
Mesotherapy for pain management
Spinal manipulations
Manual therapy for musculoskeletal pain syndromes
Homotoxicology
Kinesiotaping
Medical devices and orthoses