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Clinical Programs That Ensure Your Athletes Perform at Their Best

The rate of sports injury continues to increase as athletes push their physical limits every time they train, practice and compete. Keeping your athletes healthy and performing at their peak during the season and off season is critical for their future success. ACP’s proven, evidence-based clinical programs enable trainers and therapists to help their athletes overcome injuries and return to competition faster. 

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Evidence-Based Clinical Programs

For over 20 years ACP’s evidence-based clinical programs have been used by professional sports teams and training facilities, including IMG Academy, the premier sports training facility for athletes from around the world. Our clinical programs combine innovative rehabilitation technologies with customized clinical protocols and pathways, advanced therapist training and ongoing support by our licensed athletic trainers and physical therapists. These comprehensive programs provide the most effective pathways for your patients while ensuring your staff has the one-on-one support needed to improve outcomes.

Program Benefits:

  • Enables athletic trainers to accelerate recovery and improve outcomes for sports related injuries
  • Enhanced therapeutic modalities help athletes return to competition faster
  • Elevate therapist skills and ability to integrate rehab technology into practice
  • Access to advanced training and support on which trainers rely on

ACP’s evidence-based clinic programs helped significantly reduce days and practices missed for injured athletes.

*NCAA Division I Football Pilot Study


decrease in days missed*


decrease in practices missed*

Outcomes Accelerated

Notre Dame’s Dexter Williams did his pre-combine training at IMG's NFL Combine Program. Dexter Williams followed up on his 6.3 yard per carry season by showing off his athleticism at the 2019 NFL Combine. Among running backs Williams tied for 1st place in the broad jump, 2nd in the 30-yard shuttle and 3rd in the 3-Cone drill. His NFL Grade of 5.8 was tied for 4th out of 28 running backs invites. 

Dexter Williams IMG

ACP and IMG Academy - Sports Rehabilitation 

Since 1978, some of the most elite high school, collegiate athletes, professional athletes and teams in the world train at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. The road to becoming a champion may start on the field or court, but there is much more involved along the way. Athletes at IMG have access to resources such as nutritionists, physical therapists, coaches, mental trainers, and more. IMG’s Athletic training staff, and the Physical Therapy Department staffed by John Hopkins Medicine, use Accelerated Care Plus (ACP) equipment, clinical protocols and treatment pathways. ACP Sports Rehabilitation provides IMG Academy training rooms with the same medical technology and advanced therapy programs that professional athletic trainers and therapists rely on in many college and pro sports teams, including those in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS. ACP Sports Rehabilitation Protocols incorporate advanced biophysical agents (Electrical Stimulation, Ultrasound, Light Therapy and Short Wave Diathermy) to help athletes recover faster from their injuries and return to competition. Notable professional athletes that have trained at IMG include: Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova, Martina Hingis, Andre Agassi, Boris Becker, Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Manti Te’o, Jimmy Butler, Iman Shumpert, Maurice Harkless, Paula Creamer, Kei Nishikori, and Jozy Altidore. 2019 has been a great success for a number of IMG programs. IMG Academy’s basketball team won the National Championship and Shintaro Mochizuki prevailed as the Wimbledon Boys’ Grand Slam Champion. The Acsenders’ Baseball team also clinched a National Championship this year, adding to their history of success which has produced 40 MLB first-round draft picks, including four #1 overall picks.

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