Pain care that treats your body, mind and the way you move forward.
Treating the Whole Patient
Nearly 50 years of evidence-based pain care points to the benefits of a multidisciplinary, non-invasive approach to treating people who suffer with chronic pain.
A shared goal to improve your quality of life
We will restore your optimum level of function, eliminate or markedly reduce your pain and eliminate or reduce your dependency on addictive pain medications.
Your team of physicians and specialists focuses first on your medical history and current condition with a thorough evaluation. From there, an individualized treatment and care plan is developed. We offer inpatient or outpatient care.
Complex cases, chronic, long-term pain and new injuries
Chronic head and neck pain, back pain, failed lower back and spinal cord stimulation surgeries and injections, chronic extremity pain, acute post-surgical and post-trauma pain, permanent paralysis and more.
Worker’s compensation partners
We work closely with insurers to turn their client’s unresolved pain into a future of purpose and productivity. We can provide on-site housing for clients and family members during treatment.
We help you move, work, play and get your life back.
Clients we’ve treated since opening our doors in 1974.
Clients who say their quality of life has improved.
Clients who have been discharged opioid-free.
Clients who have reported a significant reduction in pain from their treatment.
Live With Purpose
and Without Pain
We treat the cause of physical pain as well as the depression, anxiety, insomnia and opioid dependence that can accompany pain. The physicians and specialists of Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center work collaboratively to restore function and provide non-surgical and narcotic-free pain relief.
Let’s get you moving again without pain by focusing on strength and flexibility. We also provide ultrasounds, electrical therapy and cryotherapy.
We’ll focus on improving your ability to perform daily activities that keep you self-sufficient and productive.
Biofeedback, Utilizing the Brucker Method
Advanced and tremendously successful treatment to stimulate inactive nerves and secondary muscles and help adults and children facing permanent paralysis caused by trauma, central nervous system damage and diseases.
A specially trained psychologist will work with you to study and improve the way your brain responds to pain.
Guided by science and clinical evidence, our experts examine and treat the soft tissues of the body to identify and treat the causes of pain.
The practice of inserting very thin needles into the skin to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue and balance the flow of energy through the body.
Low-impact physical therapy with the therapeutic benefits of weightlessness, hydrostatic resistance movement and water submersion.
Shaun Corbett, MD
Chief Medical Director
Dr. Shaun Corbett oversees all physical rehabilitation services at Miami Jewish Health and manages the Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center, an American Pain Society Center of Excellence.read more
Meet Some of Our Team
"I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to complete the rehabilitation program at Rosomoff. My experience was a place of healing. I ‘graduated’ with strength and tools to get back to living, and I will forever be thankful to the wonderful staff."
"Before I began the Rosomoff program, I had been unable to walk for almost seven years. The program gave me my life back! By the time I graduated, I was wearing shoes, out of the wheelchair and even able to stand at my best friend’s wedding!"
"I had been injured and suffering with constant pain, overmedication and depression for 9+ years. Here at Rosomoff, I was helped so much. They have implemented a program that has everything you need to regain a functional lifestyle and have a better quality of life."
"I was a biofeedback patient on and off for about 4 years. The specialized treatment helped me to regain control of many of the muscles on my lower right leg after suffering a traumatic brain injury and hemiparalysis to my right side. Along with assisting in gait training methods and programs, the team was SO SUPPORTIVE, LOVING AND FRIENDLY! It's been several years since my last time participating in the actual biofeedback, but the relationships I have built with the team will last a lifetime."