Omnisound 3000 (left) is used for pain management. Neuroprobe 500 Pro (right) is used for focused pain control.
Megapulse machine is used to increase circulation and blood flow

Rocky Knoll Health Care Center . N7135 Rocky Knoll Pkwy . Plymouth, WI 53073 . 920-893-6441   

About Accelerated Care Plus

Accelerated Care Plus (ACP) is the nation's leading provider of integrated clinical programs for sub-acute and long-term care rehabilitation providers.  ACP's specialized treatment programs combine innovative medical technology with evidence-based clinical protocols and advanced therapist training.  Developed over a 15 year period, the program helps skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, outpatient clinics and other rehabilitation providers raise standards of care, improve treatment outcomes and enhance quality-of-life for aging adults and others in the community.  ACP's specialized treatment programs and patented therapeutic modalities are used in thousands of facilities throughout the U.S., including the most recognized long-term care providers in the industry.  In conjunction with these partnering facilities, ACP's vision is to "Revolutionize Rehabilitation".

ACP's specialized treatment programs are implemented "on-site" with the partnering facility's therapy and nursing staff, in conjunction with ACP's licensed clinicians.  The non-invasive, medication-free programs address a wide range of prevalent conditions including pain, inflammation, neuromuscular re-education, stroke recovery, contractures, urinary incontinence, wounds, joint replacement recovery, COPD, rheumatoid arthritis, knee osteoarthritis, herpes zoster and fall prevention.  By introducing these treatment options, therapists are able to improve treatment outcomes for a broader range of patients and more medically complex conditions.

The programs are founded in current medical research using recognized sources such as The Agency for Healthcare and Quality (AHRQ), The Cochrane Collaboration, The Ottawa Panel, The Philadelphia Panel, The Evidence-based Practice Center ECRI and other referred publications.  Comprehensive in nature, each of ACP's clinical programs address proper patient evaluation, disease pathology, anatomy, physiology, and mechanism-of-action, as well as related documentation, regulatory compliance and reimbursement considerations.

ACP's rehabilitation programs are built around proven medical technology, called "Therapeutic Modalities".  The devices are well documented for clinical efficacy and have been used successfully for many years in a variety of treatment settings including long-term care, physical therapy, orthopedics, outpatient facilities and elite athletics, where ACP is the "equipment of choice" for nearly 100 professional and collegiate sports teams.