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Address: 416 Albemarle Square
Occupational & Speech Therapy & Treatment Of Lymphedema in Albemarle Square, Charlottesville VA
PT@acac’s Certified Hand Therapists and Occupational Therapists provide specialized care to individuals with simple to complex upper extremity conditions or injuries. Our goal is to restore function to your shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand through comprehensive, industry leading therapeutic treatments.
PT@acac’s speech therapist can help adults overcome communication barriers, and return them to the vital daily activities of communication and swallowing. In our new clinic, patients with neurodenegrative conditions like dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as well as those recovering from stroke, head injury or voice disorders can receive the specialized care they need.
Our Lymphedema treatment program may be for you if swelling, communication changes or problems with swallowing appear after being diagnosed with head and neck cancer, head and neck surgery and/or receiving radiation treatments.
Every member of the team at Physical Therapy@acac is focused on your healing journey. We offer a wide range of special services, so you receive optimal care. You will find, from the moment you make an appointment until you complete your treatment, personalized, reliable, cost-effective healthcare. Our goal is to create and maintain a great healing environment, and continuously evaluate to improve every possible aspect of the practice. Our team is here to ensure excellence in your patient care.
Physical Therapy@acac is currently marking almost 20 years of service as a dedicated health-care provider in Charlottesville, VA.
Everything we do is aimed to ensure you receive individualized care.
Our evidence-based manual therapy focused treatments are custom-designed to help you recover from your injury or condition as quickly as possible.
The Physical Therapy@acac team brings the depth of over 350 years of combined experience.
To exceed the expectations of our patients, providers and community by providing the highest level of quality physical therapy through professionalism and dedication to the total well being of each patient in a positive environment.
Every injury is different and every body heals differently. So, at ACACPT, we offer a wide range of services to customize your healing plan. After a thorough assessment of your condition, your plan is tailored to suit your injury, your pain, your lifestyle, and your schedule.
Most patients require more than one type of physical therapy service to achieve their healing goals. Sometimes, all of those services are offered by one therapist, and other time you may find yourself working with two or more specialists. Check out your condition(s) in more detail.
PT@acac is a provider with all major insurance companies.
Not sure what your insurance will cover? Contact us. Physical Therapy@acac will verify physical therapy benefits prior to your initial evaluation and obtain authorization if needed, as courtesy to you.
We file insurance claims for each date of service and claims are reviewed and reimbursed according to the terms of your insurance policy. You will be informed of your financial responsibility at your first appointment.
Here is a list of some of the insurance companies we work with:
- Automobile Insurances
- Carefirst-Blue Cross Blue Shield plans
- John Hopkins Employee Health Plan
- Maryland Medicaid
- Priority Partners
- Tricare Standard & Prime
- United Healthcare
- United Healthcare Community Plan
- US Family
- Workers Compensation
Why is physical therapy important?
Physical therapy is an important element to help you recover from pain, whether from a sudden injury, or a chronic problem.
Strengthening – Unbalanced or weak muscles can lead to pain, put undue stress on joints, and increase the risk of injury. Physical therapy can strengthen surrounding musculature, which can help to reduce the strain on your joints.
Movement Patterns – Most of us have faulty movement patterns created by our lifestyles over the years. Everything from our footwear to our office chairs can set up patterns of movement that are unbalanced or otherwise problematic. If you have chronic pain or have suffered an injury, physical therapy helps address the underlying movement patterns. Physical therapy provides pain relief and makes corrections to reduce the risk of reinjury and ongoing problems.
Prevent scar-tissue build-up – After you have been injured or had surgery, scar tissue forms naturally as part of the healing process. But if the scar tissue builds up too much it frequently causes pain and excessive tightness. Physical therapists use several techniques to prevent scar tissue build-up to ensure any scar tissue supports your healing and doesn’t impede your rehabilitation and recovery.
Improve surgical outcomes - Physical therapy addresses pain, strength, scar tissue, range of motion, and more issues associated with surgery. Many patients find physical therapy both before and after surgery helps shorten recovery times.
Flexibility and range of motion – Developing and maintaining flexibility and range of motion makes everyday activities easier, less painful, and more fun. Your physical therapist designs appropriate stretching exercises and therapies to help you move about more freely.
For pain relief, greater strength, balance, mobility, and flexibility physical therapy is an important component of a healthy lifestyle and to help recover from chronic pain or any injury.
What makes ACACPT different?
At ACACPT, our focus is on your healing journey. We start by listening carefully and making a thorough assessment of your condition(s) before making a recovery plan. You are the center of the process, so we discuss your goals to make sure that every step of the way you are comfortable with the approach and support you receive.
Physical therapy treatments often work to reduce pain immediately, but healing takes time. As you progress, your physical therapist will reassess your condition(s) and modify your treatment plan as you go along.
At ACACPT, we are with you every step of the way!
Take Back Your Life!
The first step to recovery and taking back your life with physical therapy is to meet with a physical therapist. This initial meeting is exceptionally enlightening for many patients. You will discuss your condition(s) and how it limits your lifestyle. Your physical therapist will provide insights into why your body reacts as it does, and help you understand more about what healing will occur as you continue on your recovery plan.
Most patients leave that initial physical therapy session feeling hopeful (and many have less pain already!) Don’t suffer for one more minute!
Other Physical Therapy Locations in Charlottesville VA
Our physical therapy clinics are conveniently located in Charlottesville, Waynesboro, and Crozet VA.
410 Albemarle Square Charlottesville, VA, 22901
1015 Heathercroft Circle #200 Crozet, VA, 22932
111 Monticello Ave #B Charlottesville, VA, 22902
595 Martha Jefferson Drive #120 Charlottesville, VA, 22911
760-B Town Center Dr. Waynesboro, VA, 22980
590 Peter Jefferson Parkway #200 Charlottesville, VA, 22911
3263 Proffit Road #203 Charlottesville, VA, 22911