Boca Raton (PRWEB) August 31, 2017 -- Boca Delray Pain and Rehabilitation, one of Florida’s premier practices for pain relief and rehabilitation services, announced a wide range of patient care services available to athletes, military service members and more.
Lead physician Dr. Erich Menge is known for his skills in evaluating, treating and preventing various musculoskeletal conditions, as well as pre- and post-surgical, post-traumatic and performance-based therapy programs. He has a particular interest in working with patients from the veterans administration and active duty service men and women, and also has worked with NFL and NBA players, professional golfers and other athletes on a regular basis.
“People need high-quality rehabilitative care if they are to get back to their sport or their job as quickly as possible after suffering an injury,” said Dr. Menge. “With every patient who walks through our door, we have a commitment to providing the highest level of care possible, using the most up-to-date treatment methods while making the entire experience as comfortable and carefree as possible for the patient.”
Dr. Menge has an international network of orthopedic surgeons he has worked with and trained. This network of surgeons and various other medical doctors provides a thorough approach to evaluating and treating all types of injuries. His center is open to anyone who has suffered an injury or is experiencing chronic pain, whether caused by a sports injury, work injury or otherwise.
The Boca Delray Pain and Rehabilitation clinic has operated from its West Delray Beach location for nearly 20 years. Its rehabilitation services include physical therapy and chiropractic medicine, as well as preventative treatments to help patients to achieve optimal wellness.
“The door is always open to anyone who has been experiencing pain or discomfort and who is looking for a way to take back their life,” said Dr. Menge. “I am pleased to be able to assist so many wonderful people on a daily basis and help them move past their pain.”
For more information about the practice, visit http://www.godrmenge.com.
Tess Audrey, InHealth Media, http://www.inhealthmedia.com, +1 5615440719, [email protected]