Charles W. Graubert, M.D.

Non-Operative Orthopedic Medicine
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, EMG/NCV,  Acupuncture

Dr. Graubert is a South Florida native. He attended college at the University of Pennsylvania and then returned to his hometown for medical school at the University of Miami. He received his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

Dr. Graubert has been in private practice at the Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County since 1994. As a physiatrist, he specializes in the rehabilitation of patients with diseases affecting the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. Dr. Graubert has also received extensive training in acupuncture from the University of Miami School of Medicine to assist with pain management.

Specializing in the Evaluation and 
Non-Operative Treatment of:.

Neck pain
Back pain
Muscular Strains
Disc Herniations
Spinal Stenosis
Arthritic Shoulders
Arthritic Knees
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Trigger Point Injections
Shoulder Injections
Knee Injections
Electrodiagnostic Studies
Legal Services
Independent Medical Evaluations
Life Care Planning
Expert Witness Testimony

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Back To Basics: 
What Is Physical Therapy?
When you're scheduling your first physical therapy appointment, you might be nervous because you're unsure about what to expect. Physical therapy is a wonderful tool that can help treat a range of conditions, from pelvic floor dysfunction to neurological problems.
As you prepare for an appointment, you may have questions running through your mind. Will it hurt? Is it only for people who are physically fit? Will the therapist be patient with me?
Physical therapy is, first and foremost, a rehabilitative tool designed to help you regain whatever it is that you've lost due to injury or illness. Whether you're in pain and need relief or simply hope to strengthen your muscles because they've weakened, physical therapy may be the answer. It is for people of all ages and sizes, so don't let any insecurity stop you from scheduling an appointment.
Your physical therapist will use a range of tools to help you feel healthy again. Whether it's applying a heating pad, ice, or stimulating your muscles with electrical impulses, your damaged muscles will be treated by the therapist. You may also spend time using exercise equipment, lifting smaller weights and using resistance bands.
You can feel safe with your care in a physical therapist's hands because they're uniquely trained to help you recover. Physical therapy licensing varies from state to state, but physical therapists spend years in school before they can treat you. In Florida, they are licensed by the Florida Board of Physical Therapy.
You may be wondering how long physical therapy will take. There's no one-size-fits-all answer, and you won't know until you've had a consultation with the physical therapist. It depends on how Frequently you'll be seeing the therapist, how serious your injuries are and a range of other factors. Some patients may need physical therapy for a few weeks, while others may need rehabilitation for years.
At the Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County, we have a team of doctors who have been helping patients all over South Florida receive treatment for decades. Contact the Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County to find out how we can help.


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180 JFK Drive
Suite 100
Atlantis, FL 33462
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10275 Hagen Ranch Road
Suite 200
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
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1221 South State Rd 7
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Wellington, FL 33414
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