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Your Health. Your Choice. Our Priority.




Our highly trained Physical 

Therapy professionals are here to guide our patients every step of the way. Our rehabilitation programs follow specific post-surgical rehabilitation protocols focusing on individualized treatment with the goal of returning the patient to optimal strength, function and mobility.

We provide services for a variety of post-operative procedures, including:
     Total Joint Replacements
     ACL Reconstructions

Ligament and Tendon Repairs
    Carpal Tunnel Rlease
Rotator Cuff Repairs

Nerve Compression Release
     Tendon Transfers
     Joint Fusion

Knee Meniscectomy

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At SWVPT we offer personalized, hands on Physical Therapy in a comfortable environment where you are sure to feel like family. Your health is our number one priority and we work diligently to help you meet your recovery goals in a timely manner.


Scheduling Physical Therapy has become simpler than ever.  Call our clinic in Chapmanville or Danville today or click below to schedule an evaluation today.

Don't let a sports injury sideline you. Physical Therapy helps athletes rebuild strength and movement after an injury. Physical Therapy can also help manage pain and prevent permanent damage and recurring problems.

Each sport carries its own risk of injury for the athlete.
Our Physical Therapy staff are trained to help patients recover following an injury. As part of Physical Therapy, we can teach exercises, stretches, and techniques using specialized equipment to address problems and get you back in the game.


Graston Technique ®

Graston Technique ® effectively breaks down scar tissue and reduces inflammation that causes pain and restricted mobility. This offers many advantages to patients, including faster rehabilitation and recovery time for:

Achilles Tendonitis | Carpal Tunnel | Cervical Sprain
Fibromyalgia | Tennis Elbow | Lumbar Sprain
Knee Pain | Plantar Fasciitis | Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
Scar Tissue | Shin Splints | Trigger Finger


Orthopedic Physical Therapy focuses on the treatment or rehabilitation of injuries to the orthopedic system, which includes muscles, bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Physical Therapy is often helpful in the treatment of orthopedic conditions that can cause pain, decreased strength, decreased range of motion, or swelling. 


Call today to schedule an evaluation with one of our specialists. It will be our pleasure to help you meet your recovery goals and you get back to doing the things that matter most to you.



Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy has been a highly effective modality for most adults and children with disorders of the vestibular or central balance system.
Did you know?
• Dizziness is the number one complaint of persons over
70 years.
• Falls are the leading cause of accidental deaths in persons over 65 years.
• 85% of vertigo and balance dysfunction may be inner
ear related.
• By the year 2030 the population of individuals 65 years or older will double.
vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is a form of physical therapy that uses specialized exercises that result in gaze and gait stabilization. Most VRT exercises involve head movement, and head movements are essential in stimulating and retraining the vestibular system.


Dry Needling is an effective therapy to treat chronic pain, muscular tension, and spasm which commonly accompanies conditions such as arthritis, nerve irritation, muscular strain, ligament strains and herniated discs. It is called “Dry” Needling because no solution is injected.

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A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) by definition is “a systematic method of measuring an individual’s ability to perform meaningful tasks on a safe and dependable basis.”

The purpose of the FCE is to collect information about the functional limitations of a person with medical impairments. It is a valuable tool to assess a patient’s recovery, determine treatment goals and assist in returning an injured worker back to gainful employment. It provides objectivity to subjective reports and combines assessments to assess behavior as related to function.

The functional capacity evaluation consists of an intake screening session, a musculoskeletal screen, multiple validity test, non-material and material handling tolerances and endurance testing. When a job description is provided the final results of the FCE are compared to all required job demands. professionals with making return to work decisions.


At SWVPT, patients are carefully monitored as they learn safe work techniques, gain strength and flexibility, and increase their cardiovascular conditioning specific to their work requirements.

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