IRC in the News

We strive to help educate the communities we serve nationally to understand the importance of having a Physiatrist, also known as a physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physician, during a patient’s rehabilitation stay at a skilled nursing facility. Below are featured articles, videos and interviews about IRC.


Dr. Gnatz; Loyola Physician Profile Video

Physiatrists; Doctors Getting Rehab Patients Home Sooner and Safer

Dr. Steve Gnatz; How Care is Changing at Skilled Nursing Facilities

Integrated Rehab Consultants; Optimizing Post-Acute Care

Physiatrists; Optimizing and Expediting PAC Read the full press release

Integrated Rehab Consultants; Physiatrists Grows Revenue by Filling Critical Need in Skilled Nursing Facilities.  Read the full press release.

mcklogo_818012McNight’s; The physiatrist’s role in post-acute rehabilitation by Dr. Steve Gnatz


mcknights-screen-shotThe physiatrist’s role in post-acute rehabilitation, by Dr. Steve Gnatz.




Industry Insight, Senior Care

The Benefit of a physiatrist in a skilled rehabilitation setting






Integrated Rehab Consultants partners with Doximity to Boost Physician RecruitmentIntegrated Rehab Consultants Taps Doximity to Boost Physician Recruitment






Integrated Rehab Consultants (IRC) named #70 in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top 360 Entrepreneurial Companies in America!






Integrated Rehab Consultants (IRC) is the largest physiatry-owned physiatry group in the country. Physiatry, also known as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), is a branch of medicine that aims to enhance and restore functional ability (bone, brain, neuromuscular experts) and quality of life. Our physiatrists work with skilled nursing facilities (SNF’s) to optimize therapy treatment plans; focusing on managing pain, functional rehabilitation and recovery for patients with physical and cognitive impairments or disabilities, we can help patients discharge quicker and safer – adding a layer of clinical oversight and capabilities that most SNFs and their patients have been underserved historically.