Same Day Appointment
Extended Hours,
Bilingual Staff

Active Physical Therapy provides state of the art treatment in 29 locations
throughout the state of Maryland and Washington, D.C.

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(Following Clinics Only)

  • Annapolis
  • Cambridge
  • Clinton
  • College Park
  • Columbia
  • Frederick
  • Hagerstown
  • La Plata
  • Laurel
  • Prince Frederick
  • Rockville
  • Rosedale
  • Salisbury
  • Silver Spring/ Layhill Road
  • Westminster

Insurances Accepted

  • Anthem (HMO/ PPO)
  • Aetna (HMO/ PPO)
  • Any PPO Plan
  • Any Auto Injury/ Attorney Assignments
  • Blue Choice HMO, Open Access
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (All Plans)
  • CareFirst (HMO/ PPO)
  • CIGNA (HMO, PPO, Network Access, OAP, POS, CGHB, IFP)
  • Department of Labor
  • United Health Care/ MDIPA/ MAMSI (All Plans)
  • Veterans Affairs Community Care Network/ VA CCN
  • Worker's Compensation
    (All Insurances)

Benefits of Active Physical Therapy

At Active Physical Therapy our ability to have fully staffed teams has allowed us the flexibility to aid our patients with scheduling treatment same day. While we’d like the ability to be able to plan and prepare for pain at all moments, we also understand that the human body is unpredictable and can present scenarios where pain and dysfunction must be addressed immediately. Prompt treatment to pain can provide a head start in the journey to relief, prevent the potential for chronic pain to present itself later, and under the expert guidance of our trained clinicians help potentially rule out any serious diagnosis that may be present.

At Active Physical Therapy we know life can get busy. We are proud to have physical therapy teams that want to be a part of creating the solution for making physical therapy possible; and that starts by having therapists and staff available for our patient care in the early morning, throughout the day, and into the late evening. All to create the options for scheduling that we know are so sought after.

Offices that are positioned strategically close to open access points in and out of many of the main roads and highways across the region. Why? To make it easier for you to get what you need when you need it.

To develop a personal plan of care to restore each individual's maximal function and to relieve pain, as well as to provide the education needed to maintain and enhance physical function.