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Daniel A. Brzusek, DO
Director, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Northwest Rehabilitation Associates, Inc.
Bellevue, WA
Dr. Brzusek is a member of the SpineUniverse Editorial Board.

About Daniel A. Brzusek, DO

Daniel A. Brzusek, DO graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and received his specialty training at the University of Washington Medical School. He was Chief of Rehabilitation Services at Valley Medical Center from 1976 through 1981.

Dr. Brzusek is also a Diplomat of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and an active member of the American College for Sports Medicine and the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He is Clinical Professor at the University of Washington Medical School.

Articles Written by Daniel A. Brzusek, DO

Physiatrist Education and Training

Physiatrists are doctors who, in addition to medical school, complete 4 additional years of postdoctoral residency training.

Chiropractic Care Includes More than Spinal Manipulation

Chiropractic care is more than spinal manipulation: learn what else will happen at your chiropractor's office as he/she treats your back pain.

What Is a Physiatrist?

A physiatrist is a medical doctor with specialized training in physical medicine, rehabilitation, and pain medicine.

Questions to Ask Your Physiatrist

How to be better prepared for your appointment with a physiatrist includes knowing questions to ask. Bring this list with you so that you're prepared for your appointment with the physiatrist.

What Treatments Do Physiatrists Provide?

Physiatrists do not perform surgery; instead, they utilize non-surgical treatment methods such as pain medications and spinal injections. Article covers physiatry treatments.

What Disorders Do Physiatrists Treat?

Physiatrists are most concerned with overall quality of life. To that end, they treat the whole patient, not just one part of the body.

Articles Reviewed by Daniel A. Brzusek, DO

Ergonomic Keyboard and Mouse Use

What works best for you is what you find most comfortable an easy to use in a neutral posture.

Repetitive Motion Disorders (RMDs)

RMDs are injuries that usually develop slowly over a period of time. Initially, symptoms may be mild and come and go. If left untreated, symptoms may become painful and debilitating.

The Spine and Repetitive Motion Disorders (RMDs)

The majority of back injuries are the result of long-term, repetitive wear and tear on spinal structures.

Slideshow Pain Management Slideshow

Using a Combination of Techniques for Pain Relief

This slideshow explains the various types of pain management techniques, such as medications, spinal injections, and physical therapy. Discover what pain treatments can provide you with the most pain relief.

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