Established in 1991, we opened our first office in Winchester. Our Hagerstown location followed in 1994 and Martinsburg in the year 2000.
We provide creative solutions through the design, fabrication, and delivery of appliances and professional services. Our practitioners receive on-going, extensive education. We pride ourselves with utilizing current knowledge, practices, and technology and offering these advancements to our patients.
RPI has a full service laboratory on-site where many devices are fabricated. This allows better product quality and the ability to modify or adjust devices while you wait.
RPI has an entire team of ABC certified practitioners. Unique or difficult cases are discussed within a professional group to develop the best approach and treatment plan.
ABC Certified Practitioners
All clinical staff at Rehabilitation Practitioners are ABC Board Certified, meeting stringent educational and academic standards. Mandatory continuing education assures that our practitioner staff has the most up-to-date knowledge and access to the most recent advances in technologies.
ABC Accredited Facilities
All of our patient care facilities are accredited by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics. To achieve and maintain accreditation our patient care facilities maintain the highest standards in the profession.
Teaching Physical Therapists
Our ABC Certified Practitioners have been privileged to teach at Shenandoah University's Division of Physical Therapy School for over 20 years. Joan Cestaro, C.P., in conjunction with university staff, teaches a semester long Prosthetic and Orthotic course to graduate level physical therapy students. The course introduces the biomechanical principles of prosthetics and orthotics design.
Special Night for Special Needs at Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum
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Dogs are special, too.
Meghan Strozeski, CPO, and Gina May, CPO, volunteer their time during evenings of fun activities tailored for kids with special needs.
This quarterly event at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum focuses solely on children with special needs. Lights are dimmed, flashing lights are turned off and sounds are lowered to accommodate autistic children, for example. This is a special night that allows time for the museum to be open just for these families and we are excited to be a part of it.
For more information about this recurring event, contact the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum at 540-722-2020