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Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • If you’ve traveled overseas, you must stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor your health, and practice social distancing.
  • Anyone that is sick with a fever, cough, or has trouble breathing should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.

Read What Your Neighbors Have to Say.

  • I love K.Conway PT, they are a caring, compassionate and FUNNY group of people who genuinely want to help restore and improve your health. I wish I had not hurt my knee but I am glad that I am getting treatment with Rick and his team.

    Crystal M.

  • Been going here for a little over a month. Best PT I have ever been to. Kirk and Pam give me a lot of attention and I always feel better once I have been there.

    Loren W

  • They are very helpful here. The staff know how yo help you get well soon. I wouldn't go any other place.

    Babbi F

  • I was seen for my neck and shoulder. Wonderful. Awesome. Very professional. Took their time. Listened. Loved KConway PT!!

    Linda K

  • Kirk Conway's PT practice is second to none as he and his staff are personable, professional, knowledgeable, and sincere about their jobs and their focus on their clients. I would never consider going anywhere else to rehab my knee.

    Derek S

  • They are very helpful and are very friendly

    Bobbi F

Welcome to
KConway Physical Therapy

KCPT’s mission is to create the best possible healing environment for our patient customers as they work back toward and maintain good health.


KConway Physical Therapy consistently seeks to be a positive outpatient rehabilitation facility. Since our start in 2007, our patient population has enjoyed a steady growth due mostly from referrals of satisfied patient customers.


KConway Physical Therapy provides outpatient physical therapy services to residents of the region encompassing Calvert, Charles, St. Mary’s, and Prince George’s Counties. Assisting patients to quickly reach their goals and maintain a sense of well-being is our top priority!

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  • We know and understand that the nobility and reputation of our healing profession rests firmly in the hands of our own practitioners and caregivers. Whether directly or indirectly, injuries, ailments, and accidents will affect us all. Having a dedicated healthcare team on your side will ensure you get back to your full pain-free self and not suffer with limitations.

  • Our therapists understand the power of exercise prescription, treating the entire patient, and spending direct one-on-one time with our patient customers. Customer happiness and excellent clinical outcomes are what we focus on to ensure a return to optimal health and happiness for our patients. We use a number of clinically-tested modalities to make the process pain free and pleasant.

Prince Frederick
(410) 535-9850
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