CEU-approved therapist training

​The extensive education and training provided by ACP is CEU approved in most states for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers. On average, this training provides up to 26 credits and an annual savings of more than $500 per therapist. ACP’s educational modules can also be applied to PAM Certification for Occupational Therapists. ACP’s on-going education, training and mentoring also insures that therapists are continually challenged and learning new skill sets to create a more enriching therapy setting - a proven advantage with therapist recruitment and retention efforts.

ACP currently employs over 150 licensed Clinicians throughout the U.S. that provide its CEU approved education for partnering facilities. Training is conducted "on-site" following a consistent, standardized approach that builds core competency and best practice standards. On-site training in small group settings is critical in this educational process and provides an opportunity for ACP’s Clinical Program Managers (CPMs) and therapists to work side-by-side for hands-on learning. This approach enhances therapist comfort and the ability to initiate treatment programs with patients immediately. Following initial program implementation, CPMs are on-site regularly to answer questions, assist with treatment plans and provide practice management consultation. When CPMs are not on-site, they are available via email and phone for questions and ongoing mentoring.

ACP’s Physical Agent Modality training provides advanced applications for Ultrasound, Electrotherapy, Patterned Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation, Shortwave Diathermy and Infrared Therapies, as well as proper indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions for therapeutic modality interventions as they relate to geriatric rehabilitation.

Each of ACP’s "Clinical Solutions" address relevant patient evaluation, disease pathology, anatomy, physiology, mechanism of action, clinical pathways and interdisciplinary coordination of treatment services for a variety of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. The programs also provides relevant background on AHRQ Guidelines, CMS Program Memoranda proper CPT Codes, treatment plans, caseload development, reimbursement, documentation and compliance requirements.