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Physical Therapy at the OPC

Crittenton Hospital offers physical therapy at the OPC in Rochester, MI.

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Meet Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ciarlone

A native Michigander, Dr. Ciarlone's interest in medicine began when he first noticed that the human body doesn't always perform the way it should.

A native Michigander, Dr. Ciarlone said his interest in medicine began when he first noticed that the human body doesn’t always perform the way it should. Early on, he became interested in people with limps, joint pain, or other injuries … Read More >

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Joint Care and Replacement

Ascension Crittenton offers a full range of joint care and replacement services that keep the focus on your comfort and progress. Learn more.

Renowned for our quality of patient care, from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation and wellness, Ascension Crittenton offers patients a full-range of expert joint care and replacement services. The Ascension Crittenton team adheres to a multi-phased treatment philosophy that keeps … Read More >

Understanding Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence affects more people than we think, and can be resolved or greatly reduced with non-invasive therapy. See typical signs and treatments.

Urinary incontinence is a condition that our Manager of Physical Therapy, Lori Walker, treats often. She is a licensed physical therapist and is passionate about helping educate and spread resources to both men and women about the treatments available as … Read More >

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Crittenton Physician Completes 100th Sacroiliac Joint iFuse

Back pain accounts for 15 million doctor visits a year. Crittenton’s Dr. Donahue says your pain could be caused by the sacroiliac joint. Use these symptoms to help identify your pain.

Up to 85% of people will experience back pain during their life. Not just that, but lower back pain (LBP) can account for 15 million doctor visits a year. Lower back pain is often attributed to spine, hip or knee … Read More >

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