After nearly 30 years of research, patents and industry firsts, ACP's Therapeutic Modalities are acknowledged by leading clinicians and university researchers as the gold standard in the industry. But, what truly separates our therapeutic modalities and other rehabilitation technology from similar technology, is the people behind them.
Therapeutic Modalities have extensive capabilities that can assist in the treatment of numerous conditions. However, only through proper expertise, training and program development can their broad clinical applications be effectively utilized. ACP was the first Therapeutic Modality researcher and manufacturer to recognize this need, and in 1993 introduced its innovative "Integrated Clinical Programs" to fully realize the benefits of Therapeutic Modalities in rehabilitation practice.
ACP's specialized treatment programs are supported by over 100 licensed clinicians located throughout the country that are specially trained in the use of Therapeutic Modalities, prevalent geriatric conditions and the medical complexities of aging adults. The comprehensive treatment programs integrate the use of Therapeutic Modalities with other proven therapy techniques and rehabilitation technology to help optimize clinical outcomes.
ACP's "Clinical Program Managers" work with the partnering facility's therapy and nursing staff
To implement the programs and provide related training for a variety of prevalent conditions including pain, inflammation edema, stroke, contractures, urinary incontinence, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, slow healing wounds, carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy, COPD and neuromuscular dysfunction. This CEU-approved education and training process addresses proper patient evaluation, disease pathology, anatomy, physiology, mechanism-of-action, documentation and reimbursement considerations for each individual condition. ACP's Integrated Clinical Programs are founded in evidence-based practice and current medical science using sources such as the The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), The Cochrane Collaboration, The Ottawa Panel, The Philadelphia Panel, The Evidence-based Practice Center ECRI and other refereed publications.
In addition to its Clinical Program Managers, ACP's programs and medical technology is supported by an extensive team of physicians, scientists, biomedical engineers, clinicians, operations specialists, marketing professionals and long term care veterans. This experienced team of professionals is dedicated to the identification and deployment of new rehabilitation technologies, therapy techniques and clinical programs that improve patient outcomes and build a stronger clinical practice for healthcare providers.