Governor Terry McAuliffe appointed Dr. Tracey Adler, DPT, OCS, CMTPT to the State Board of Physical Therapy. Additionally, Our Health Richmond magazine has honored members of the Orthopedic Physical Therapy team with Bedside Manner Awards in the Physical Therapy category in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and now 2018! In 2019, Henrico County recognized OPT as a Legacy Business with over 35 years of operation.Details
Orthopedic Physical Therapy Inc. is celebrating 35 years of operation as a Henrico County business! We continuously strive to establish an open and professional relationship with our patients. Patient care is based on determining the source of the pain.
The evaluating physical therapist uses their knowledge and skills to reach functional goals. In most cases, the evaluation and treatment sessions will be with the same therapist. This fosters a continuum of care and encourages consistency. If an issue arises that needs a specialized evaluation, the appropriate therapist will be consulted.
All of the therapists at Orthopedic Physical Therapy specialize in manual therapy. This approach includes advanced skills and emphasizes direct, hands-on treatment. Many of our therapists have received international certification in trigger point dry needling, which can often be a faster, more effective method of treating the true source of your pain. Our goal is to return the patient to the best functional and pain-free level possible.
Re-Kinect interviews Tracey Adler, PT, DPT, OCS, CMTPT, about Manual Physical Therapy and Dry Needling.
Governor’s Office Announces Reappointment of Dr. Tracey Adler
On June 21st, Governor Ralph Northam announced additional appointments to his Administration, including the reappointment of our very own Dr. Tracey Adler to the State Board of Physical Therapy. View Press Release
Bedside Manner Awards
For the 6th straight year, members of the Orthopedic Physical Therapy team have been recognized in OurHealth Richmond’s Best Bedside Manner Awards (page 62) in the Physical Therapy category. Congratulations to Kristen R. W. Hicks, PT, MPT, CMTPT, and Dr. Tracey Adler, PT, DPT, OCS, CMTPT!
Congratulations to Lydia Morris on her recent retirement after almost 40 years as a physical therapist! We’ll miss her, but you will still see her friendly face around the office from time to time.
Freedom of Choice
You are entitled to choose the most appropriate health care professional to meet your individual therapy goals.
100+ Years of Experience
The practice has been serving Richmond for over 35 years and our therapists share over 100 years of professional experience.
Direct Access Certified
Direct Access allows patients to schedule a physical therapy evaluation without a referral from a physician.
Forms & Questionnaires
New patient forms and condition-specific intake questionnaires are available if patients wish to complete them in advance.
On Time Appointments
Our team values your time and we take a great deal of pride in making a positive first impression.
Congratulations to Tracey Adler and Kristen Wright – 2018 Winners in the Physical Therapy category for the Bedside Manner Awards edition of Our Health Richmond Magazine Practice owner, Dr. Tracey Adler, is a lifelong learner and an educator on the adjunct faculty at MCV/VCU and on the faculty of Myopain Seminars. As a frequent contributor to Our Health Magazine and Best Bedside Manner Award winner, she also seeks to educate and inform beyond the classroom.Details
The Patient Registration Form is required for all new patients on their first visit to Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Inc. You may also find specific forms and questionnaires below that apply to your diagnosis or problem. Please print and fill out the appropriate forms prior to your initial office visit. Call Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Inc. at (804) 285-0148 with any questions.Details