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Accelability Balance & Therapy

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Physical Therapy / Rehabilitation

  • Spine Rehabilitation, General Orthopedic Rehabilitation: General Orth, Sports Medicine Rehabilitation, Industrial Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Functional Movement Screens, Balance Therapy, Neurological Rehabilitation
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AccelAbility Physical Therapy, Inc. (APT) was founded in October 2003 by Emmett Parker PT, ATC with the opening of the first APT clinic in Trussville. His mission was to develop an outpatient physical therapy company to provide outstanding rehabilitation services in a personable and professional environment where all patients are treated with compassion and dignity.

 

Today there are two clinics located in Homewood and Trussville. The facilities are community based providing outpatient physical therapy services with an emphasis on balance & vestibular therapy, orthopedics, spine, sports medicine and industrial rehabilitation. All clinics operate under the same principles upon which the company was originally founded to provide our patients with the high quality care that they expect and deserve. Our therapists are dedicated professionals who truly care about their patients and want them to achieve their best possible outcome.

 

 

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