Physical Medicine and


Online physiatry and pain management consultations


Physiatry, also known as physical medicine and rehabilitation, deals with the treatment and management of conditions through nonoperative modalities such as physical therapy, injections, massage and medications. Physiatry focuses on using “physical” means of treating ailments rather than surgical procedures.

Our BICMD physiatrists specialize in treating a wide variety of conditions of the musculoskeletal system, including the muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and bones. If you’re experiencing ongoing pain or difficulty with movement due to a dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system, our physiatrists can help you become as pain-free as possible and regain your range of movement so you can enjoy your life to its fullest potential again.

On-demand physiatry telemedicine

BICMD is committed to providing top-quality medical care to patients all over the country - quickly and efficiently. You should never have to wait weeks for an appointment! That’s why we connect you to the private physiatrist of your choice quickly, so you can get the care you need sooner and get back to your active life.

Our goal is to provide compassionate, professional medical care to patients and help them feel better faster, all while preventing future injuries from occurring.

Conditions We Treat

Chronic back pain / Acute back pain

Chronic back pain is one of the most common reasons people see a doctor. There are many reasons you may be suffering from chronic back pain, including muscle and ligament strain, pinched nerves, bulging or ruptured discs, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Our physiatrists not only focus on helping you feel better now, but they also work to help you prevent future episodes and worsening of your chronic back pain.
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Spinal Injections

It is fair to say that if you have a spine, you have experienced back or neck pain. Back pain is one of the most common ailments which prompt individuals to seek a doctor’s care. As understanding about the spine has progressed, so have the spinal treatments available. A spinal injection is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat a wide variety of spinal conditions.
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Autonomic pain disorders of the extremities

Sciatica Pain

Sciatica is characterized by pain that radiates from the lower back, through the hips and buttocks and down the leg. This is the path of your sciatic nerve. When the nerve becomes pinched by a herniated disc, bone spur of the spine or spinal stenosis, the sciatic nerve is compressed, leading to pain and numbness. Sciatica often responds well to non-surgical treatments such as physical therapy and rehabilitation.


Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon that results in pain, swelling and tenderness. Tendons are the fibrous cords at the end of a muscle that attach the muscle to the bone. Tendinitis is a common overuse injury, and it often occurs in the shoulders, elbows, wrists, and knees. Common variations of tendinitis include tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and swimmer’s shoulder. Popular treatments for tendinitis include rest, ice, and physical therapy.


The list above contains some of our most commonly seen physiatry conditions, but it is by no means exhaustive. Our providers are physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, and they handle the same wide variety of injuries and conditions that an in-person specialist would. Whatever musculoskeletal issue is keeping you from moving pain-free, we can help you find the treatment you need.


Our elite team of orthopedic specialists and physiatrists are licensed, board-certified, and specially trained to handle physical medicine and rehabilitation via telemedicine.

Attending some of the most prestigious medical schools in the country and around the globe, our physiatrists also boast distinguished medical residencies, membership and leadership in prominent medical boards, and extensive experience in the field.


The physiatrists at BICMD always strive to help our patients heal via the most conservative means possible. However, sometimes surgery is the best option for full recovery. If it is determined that you need surgery, we can connect you with a BICMD specialist in your area.

  • Spinal Injections
    • Fluoroscopic/X-ray guided epidural injections
    • Facet joint injections
    • Medial branch blocks / Radiofrequency denervation
  • Sacroiliac joint injections
  • Trigger point injections, MRE etc
  • Electrodiagnostic studies

Telemedicine On Demand

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