Accessible Physical Therapy Services: Aquatic Therapy | Auto Injuries Treatment | Sports Injury Treatment in Maryland


Accessible Physical Therapy Services offer services include the evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. This can include a variety of ailments such as:

  • Orthopedic conditions such as neck, low back pain, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand conditions
  • Neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, nerve injuries and rehabilitation after stroke
  • Soft tissue and joint injuries, such as sprains, tendonitis, fractures and post-surgical recovery
  • Workplace injuries, such as carpal tunnel or other repetitive motion syndromes
  • Sports injuries
  • Auto injuries such as whiplash, back and neck strains
  • Chronic conditions such as osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain
  • Promoting fitness and health maintenance to prevent injuries and disability

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy is treatment of joint, muscle, bone, or nerve problems done in the water. Exercises to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and coordination are done under the instruction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist. The water's natural buoyancy supports the body and counteracts the effects of gravity. Activities are less straining and less painful than when performed on land. Exercises may be done in shallow water or in the deep end of the pool using a flotation belt. The head and neck are above water, and the body remains vertical for most activities. No swimming ability is necessary. Patients who are fearful of water may do many activities while standing at the side of the pool, holding onto the edge if necessary. Patients with a history of heart or blood pressure problems will be required to obtain clearance from their primary physician before beginning aquatic physical therapy.


Common Diagnoses Treated for Aquatic Therapy
  • Head/Neck Injuries
  • Back Pain or Surgery
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Rotator Cuff Tear
  • Ankle Sprain/Strain
  • Sport Injuries
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Balance Disorder
  • Stroke
  • Hip/Knee Replacements


Our Services



Accessible Physical Therapy Services offer sevices include the evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. This can include a variety of ailments such as:



Orthopedic conditions


  • Neck, Low Back Pain,
  • Knee, Ankle, Shoulder,
  • Elbow, Wrist and Hand conditions


Soft tissue & joint injuries


  • Sprains, Tendonitis, Fractures and
  • Post-Surgical Recovery Workplace
  • Injuries Carpal tunnel other
  • Repetitive Motion Syndromes.


Neurological conditions


  • Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's,
  • Nerve Injuries and Rehabilitation
  • after stroke.

Physical Therapy

Our Lower Back Program uses a standardized, functional and outcomes-oriented approach to care that focuses specifically on the lower back. Through an active and educational continuum of treatment, our therapists assist the patient in returning to normal, daily activities as soon as possible. By providing a comprehensive education in anatomy, pathology, and care of the lower back, the patient is empowered to participate in his or her recovery and in the prevention of future injury.


Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Our team works with individuals who have a wide variety of orthopedic related issues including soft tissue injuries or diseases, post surgical cases including fractures, total hip /knee replacement, tendon or ligament repairs and other orthopedic surgeries. We focus on helping patients regain their strength, mobility, and endurance so they can return home and resume their regular routines as soon as possible.


Neurological Rehabilitation

We provide a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach to neurological rehabilitation that includes neuromuscular re-education, coordination training, vestibular therapy, desensitization, and muscle and sensory re-education. Team members are highly skilled professionals who offer specialized care to the neurological patient. Each treatment program is individualized to meet the specific needs of the patient.


Hand Therapy by Certified Hand Therapists

Our highly skilled hand therapists are proficient in the treatment of hand and upper extremity pathologies, from the acute to the chronic. Under the direction of the referring physician, our team designs each treatment based on the physician's diagnosis and the specific needs of the patient. Conditions treated include, but are not limited to arthritis, fractures, tendon injuries, peripheral nerve injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, crush injuries and repetitive motion disorder. The scope of hand/occupational therapy services offered includes wound and scar management, edema control, pain control, the range of motion exercises, work hardening, work stimulation, strengthening, static and dynamic splint fabrication, and dexterity training among others.


Industrial Rehabilitation

Industrial Rehabilitation Services is a structured and goal-oriented program designed to help people identify work capacities, regain functional skills and return to work after an injury. All our centers have capabilities to do FCEs and Work Hardening / Work Conditioning.


Functional Capacity Evaluations

This three to five-hour evaluation is designed to help determine a person's ability to safely function in their typical work environment. It evaluates strength, flexibility, and capacity to perform work tasks, such as lifting, carrying, kneeling and squatting, etc. In this way, the client and industrial rehabilitation team can determine an individual's current capabilities and develop a treatment plan to design a safe return to work.


Work Hardening Program

Work Hardening Program Our Work Hardening is a target orientated program that uses a multi-dimensional approach help the injured worker's safe return to work. It incorporates: checking and developing physical tolerance; regaining flexibility, mobility, and strength; and learning safer work techniques; among other things.