The Rehabilitation Institute of Washington is a multidisciplinary clinic for pain management and brain injury rehabilitation. We provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for those with chronic pain, brain injury/concussion, and other difficulties resulting from industrial injuries, non-work injuries or illness. We provide rehabilitation for brain injury, concussion, low back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, other musculoskeletal injuries, neuropathic pain, and complex regional pain syndrome.
The RIW team, including rehabilitation medicine physicians, pain psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, vocational counselors, and administrative staff, moved the CARF accredited Pain Management Program to RIW from Virginia Mason Medical Center in 2005. We continue to offer this successful program and a broad range of rehabilitation services for injured workers and others with chronic pain and disability. Read More »
At RIW, we pledge to provide the highest quality rehabilitation possible to assist our patients to maximize function in all areas of life; physical, emotional, occupational, recreational and social, and to provide unparalleled customer service as we strive to gain the respect and trust of our patients, referral sources and payers of services. Read More »
The Rehabilitation Institute of Washington is a multidisciplinary rehabilitation program for chronic pain, disability and a variety of musculoskeletal problems. Our dedicated team was formerly based at Virginia Mason Medical Center, where for many years we provided valued comprehensive pain management services. When Virginia Mason decided to discontinue those services, we established RIW in order to continue the programs we worked long and hard to develop, and to which we are deeply committed. Read More »
The Rehabilitation Institute of Washington is located in the bustling Seattle neighborhood of Lower Queen Anne, near the Seattle Center and Key Arena. Read More »
The Rehabilitation Institute of Washington does not have any positions for which it is recruiting at this time. If you would like to be considered for a future position, we would be happy to accept your resume. Read More »