We have a well rounded staff that includes 6 Licensed Physical Therapists, 3 Licensed Physical Therapy Assistants, and 2 Certified Athletic Trainers. Our approach consists of developing an individualized program using the latest rehab equipment, modalities, and manual therapy techniques to maximize your recovery.
Meet Our Team
Please print and complete the necessary forms before arriving at your appointment time, this will allow us to optimize your time at our facility. If you are a new patient that has not been at a Spectrum Medical’s facility or has not been seen within the last year, please print and complete the following forms for registration and also complete one of the questionnaire forms or Pain Sheet for your Initial Evaluation.
Complete any of the following that is associated with your specific injury:
If none of the previous questionnaire forms relate to your specific injury, please print and complete the Pain Sheet before you arrive at Spectrum Medical Rehabilitation for your Initial Visit.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at (434) 797-1807 for help.
Contact Aaron Taylor, MS, ATC
The fall weekend walk-in sports clinic is offered during the fall season, mainly for high school football. This walk-in clinic is at no cost to the student-athlete or parent. Please contact your coach so these can be scheduled with the ATC on staff that handles your school:
Tim Torborg, ATC handles:
- George Washington High School
Aaron Taylor, MS, ATC handles:
- Chatham High School
- Dan River High School
- Gretna High School
- Tunstall High School
A partner of the Spectrum Medical Outreach Program has been the support of the S.P.O.R.T. Foundation. The foundation was established in 2000 as a 501 (c) (03) non-profit organization designed to help and support the local high schools of Pittsylvania County and Danville Schools and their student–athletes. This Foundation is in honor of Charles “Smitty” Smith, PT that passed away in March 2013. Smitty had been practicing Physical Therapy and Athletic Training for over 40 years supporting local athletic programs mainly with George Washington High School. S.P.O.R.T. Foundation has been supportive for raising funds to help offset the cost for supplies, game coverage, and bracing needs of student-athletes each year.
If you are wanting to know more about how to help the foundation or looking for more information, contact Aaron Taylor, MS, ATC at (434) 793-4711 ext. 354 or (434) 797-1807. Also you can visit the website at www.sport-foundation.com.
It is important for the forms to be filled out by parent or guardian and signed. Pages 1,2,&4 need to be completed before the doctor will evaluate and sign the form for clearance for participation. There are occasions that a student-athlete may need further evaluation from another medical doctor due to issue such as but not limited to high blood pressure, scoliosis, recent or prolonged injuries, or medical conditions that are being followed and treated by another medical doctor.
If your child has missed the physicals offered at the schools, you can call (434) 793-4711 ext. 354 to schedule a visit with a Doctor or Physician Assistant. The cost is $35 that is donated to the S.P.O.R.T. Foundation.
DISCLAIMER: The screenings/physicals offered out at the high schools do not take the place of your Medical Doctor and full physical examination. The screening is to allow participation in VHSL sanctioned events.
VHSL Physical Form 2016