Patients and Families


Selecting the right nursing home and therapy team is a critical decision for patients, families and their physicians. Often times, people choose a long-term care facility, outpatient clinic, or rehabilitation provider based on things like convenience of location and facility amenities. While these are logical considerations, nothing should be more important than the rehabilitation provider's ability to provide effective treatment options for the individual’s specific health condition. With the proper rehabilitation care, patients and residents are often able to enjoy better quality-of-life and independence. In many cases, they are even able to return to the activities they enjoy and a lower level of care in the community. ACP’s proven medical equipment, evidence-based treatment programs and advanced therapist training help skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics, home health agencies and other rehabilitation providers accomplish this by enabling them to treat more challenging medical conditions.

Accelerated Care Plus (ACP) is the leading provider of specialized treatment programs for skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics and home health agencies, with thousands of partnering sites throughout the U.S. These comprehensive programs have been developed around the medical complexities of the elderly and have been used successfully for many years to help improve treatment outcomes, quality-of-life and independence. The therapeutic equipment included in ACP’s programs has been referenced in over 100 research articles for clinical efficacy and has been used safely in a variety of treatment settings including long-term care, physical rehabilitation, orthopedics, outpatient facilities and elite athletics, where ACP is the equipment of choice for over 100 professional and collegiate sports teams. The equipment is operated by trained physical and occupational therapists using evidence-based clinical protocols that allow these clinicians to treat a broader range of patients and conditions.

  • Treatment programs are founded in evidence-based practice and are continually updated to reflect the most recent research available - non-invasive and medication-free
  • Implemented in conjunction with the facility’s therapy and nursing staff, as well as the patient’s physician
  • Specialized programs developed to treat pain, inflammation and edema, stroke, contractures, urinary incontinence, arthritis, slow healing wounds, carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy and neuromuscular dysfunction resulting from diseases such as such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s
  • Proven FDA compliant therapeutic equipment includes Electrical Stimulation, Patterned Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation (PENS), Therapeutic Ultrasound, Shortwave Diathermy, Infrared Therapy and a Motorized Cycling Rehabilitation System