Elmhurst Neurosciences Institute welcomes Dr. Henry Legaspi, physiatrist

August 17, 2017
Dr Henry Legaspi

Henry Legaspi, DO, who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation/physiatry, has joined the Elmhurst Neurosciences Institute.

Dr. Legaspi is seeing patients at the Institute’s offices in Elmhurst, 1200 S. York Rd. and Addison, 303 W. Lake St.

Dr. Legaspi received his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his general surgery residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago and his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Loyola University Medical Center.

As a physiatrist, Dr. Legaspi treats a wide range of musculoskeletal medical conditions. His areas of clinical interest include back pain, degenerative spine diseases, musculoskeletal therapy, neck pain, osteoarthritis, osteopathic manipulation, rotator cuff, sports medicine, electromyogram and Botox injections.

Dr. Legaspi is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He has participated in several research projects and has presented at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the Association of Academic Physiatrists conferences.

Dr. Legaspi was named Surgery Resident of the Year at Mount Sinai Hospital and served as Chief Resident of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program at Loyola University Medical Center.

Elmhurst Hospital, in partnership with Rush University, offers world-class multidisciplinary teams that provide treatment for the full range of neurological conditions and diseases, including: stroke, Alzheimer’s and dementia, aneurysms, AVMs, balance disorders, brain and spine tumors, concussions, migraines and headaches, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, and vascular trauma of the brain, neck and spine.

Patients benefit from a collaborative approach that includes neurologists, neurointerventionalists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants and specially trained critical care nurses.

For more information, visit www.EEHealth.org/services/neuro.