It is this collaborative partnership, high level of competence, and caring physical therapy that has proven to be the most effective and efficient delivery of care for thousands of previous patients at United Physical Therapy.
Throughout our growth as a company, we have remained focused on providing the best possible care for our patients. We are here to get you back on track.
We strive to create an enjoyable environment in which patients have a clear understanding of their problem and provide professionally trained staff to maximize recovery.
Our mission is to achieve the best functional outcome for our patients. We strive to accomplish this in the shortest possible time, in the most cost-efficient manner and with the highest degree of patient satisfaction. By offering a variety of physical therapy methods provided by skilled therapists at two convenient locations, we are able to fulfill this mission.
United Physical Therapy helps with annual Coaches' Clinic. Bryan Templeman, Julie Osgood, and Alec Kay assisted in the taping labs due to their athletic training backgrounds. Alec Kay gave a presentation on Injury Prevention in Athletes with an emphasis on knee injury prevention. Jo Young, Ginnie Oliver, Anne Blount, and Hal Egbert assisted in keeping the clinic flowing. The clinic was founded by Wally Wilson who oversaw the operations of the clinic. OPA was the key sponsor for the clinic.
United Physical Therapy receives the Mount Huntington Award
This award is granted to Anchorage Project Access providers for their commitment and generous service to our medically uninsured neighbors.
The story behind the award: Anchorage Project Access received a large framed aerial photo of Mt. Huntington as a gift from a grateful patient who received services in 2007. Mt. Huntington (elevation 12,240) is a steep rock and ice pyramid in the Alaska Range totally over shadowed by Mt. McKinley. This mountain represents to the patient the challenges that faced him while unemployed, uninsured and needing two hip replacements. The journey, while a steep climb, represents a successful summit with reclaimed health and employment.
United Physical Therapy voted "Best Physical Therapist" by Anchorage Daily News readers.