Announcing Orrin Mann, MD, MPH, FACOEM to PDR Clinics.

Our Edina clinic will be relocating September 23rd to 7700 France Ave S. Suite 240 Edina, MN 55435.

At PDR, we treat all kinds of musculoskeletal pain including neck, back, joint, TMJ, headaches, and even back pain caused by pregnancy.

Physicians Diagnostics & Rehabilitation Clinics (PDR Clinics) has helped tens of thousands of patients get relief from musculoskeletal pain. We use an evidence-based approach to reduce your pain and increase your strength and function, allowing you to enjoy your life once again.

Whether you have had pain for a day or for years, we can help even if you have tried other therapies without success, you should try us. We are not like others; we succeed when others have not.

Our multidisciplinary approach includes specialty physician oversight (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physicians and Occupational Medicine physicians) along with our Advanced-Practice Physical and Occupational Therapy team who have been trained specifically in musculoskeletal (spine and joint) pain care.

Medical Evaluation

PDR’s Road to Recovery combines rehabilitation expertise with Cognitive Behavioral Coaching (CBC) to ensure the greatest opportunity for overall, long-term recovery. Whether referred by a doctor, family or friend, the first visit to PDR consists of a very thorough evaluation by one of our physician specialists, who will formulate a customized treatment program based on your individual needs.

We Treat

  • Disc herniation
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Sprains/strains
  • Pre- and post-surgical spine patients (fusion & non-fusion)
  • Sciatica
  • Soft-tissue restrictions and/or scar tissue from trauma
  • Arthritis
  • Disc degeneration
  • Tendonitis / Bursitis
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Generalized pain
  • Postural Dysfunction

Try Us Before Seeking Surgery

Surgical intervention can pose risk and may not resolve musculoskeletal pain. With the exception of emergent situations, therapy is the preferred method to treat musculoskeletal pain. In fact, studies show that 85% of back pain, for instance, is non-specific – meaning the source of the pain can not be identified so surgical intervention would not resolve an individual’s pain.

So, before trying surgical or invasive interventions to resolve your pain, give us a call. Our therapy focuses on function to get you moving again, increasing your strength, range of motion and endurance – often reducing pain and discomfort.