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Who We Treat at RIC

Conditions Treated and Services Offered...
From the Complex to the Common

From the most complex conditions including spinal cord injury, stroke, and traumatic brain injury – to the more common such as arthritis, chronic pain, and sports injuries.

The treatments and research centers listed below contain health information, an overview of our services, our experts, research, and news by condition or topic.

Services (A-Z)

  • Acupuncture

    RIC's Center for Pain Management provides acupuncture as a medical therapy for patients suffering chronic pain. Please click the term to the left for more information.

  • Amputation and Limb Deficiencies Rehabilitation

    The RIC Amputation & Limb Deficiencies Rehabilitation Care Program is dedicated to treating people with amputations and limb deficiencies to achieve the best quality of life. Learn more about RIC's Rehabilitation Program by clicking on the term to the left.

  • Anal/Fecal Incontinence and Constipation
  • Anterior Cord Syndrome

    A condition affecting anterior part of spinal cord which involves variable loss of motor function and sensitivity to pain and temperature, while proprioception is preserved.

  • Aphasia

    Aphasia is a disorder that causes an impairment in speech and language abilities. Aphasia disorders result from damage to portions of the brain responsible for language. Aphasia commonly occurs due to brain damage from a head injury or stroke. RIC provides a month long Aphasia intensive therapy program, increasing the possibility of improved communication. RIC’s Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment also conducts research investigating novel and cutting-edge treatments for Aphasia. Click on the word "Aphasia" to visit RIC's Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment.

  • Arthritis and Joint Conditions
  • Assistive Technology

    RIC's Assistive Technology Program offers a variety of services to people with disabilities in order to enhance their independence, comfort, and general quality of life. The Assistive Technology program is made up of 4 specialty areas.

  • Athlete