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COVID-19 (coronavirus) Update 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.

  • If you have traveled by air or cruise, 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, has trouble breathing, or otherwise feels ill, should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.
  • If you live or work with someone who has recently been ill, who has been diagnosed with COVID 19, you must schedule your appointment for 14 days or more after exposure without illness.
  • All staff wear masks and all patients/clients are required to wear a medical or cloth face mask (masks with valves are not permitted) for their entire visit. If you cannot wear a mask due to medical reasons, call us at 804-270-7754 to arrange a virtual visit. Thank you for your consideration during these difficult times!

Welcome to
Progress Physical Therapy in Glen Allen, VA


There is nothing traditional about our practices. We were founded and are locally owned and operated by physical therapists. We have a passion for delivering the highest standard of care in a very friendly environment.

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  • At our clinics, you will receive individualized care by expert licensed clinicians in a practice that has an outstanding reputation in our community and beyond. We have long been the practice of choice by many physicians and physical therapists in the community for their personal care and that of their family and friends.

    We believe education never ends. We thoroughly study current evaluation and treatment techniques in order to bring you the best possible evidence-based care. We are also passionate about teaching and contribute to physical therapy and residency education throughout Virginia.

    We offer a broad range of services and a flexible appointment schedule to accommodate busy lifestyles and ensure specific, personalized, and comprehensive treatment.

  • We are honored to consider ourselves part of your healthcare team and will do our level best to help you reach your goals so you can get back to your life as quickly as possible!

    We believe that when it comes to great health, prevention is key. We have provided injury prevention services for over 1000 athletes and members of our community since starting our practice. We continually add services outside of traditional physical therapy which promote health and fitness.

    Physical therapy, delivered by a Licensed Physical Therapist, has been proven to be a very effective way to conservatively treat pain and dysfunction while decreasing the need for medication and surgery. We love being a part of this great profession.

  • See the testimonials below to get a feel for what our patients and other healthcare providers think about our practice!

    If you have any questions about our practice and how we may help you, please don’t hesitate to call!

    Wishing you great health and function,

    Myra Pumphrey, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, co-owner, Glen Allen
    Kelly Baham, PT, MSPT, co-owner, Glen Allen
    Amanda Miller, PT, DPT, WCS, co-owner, Midlothian

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Read our Reviews!

  • Fantastic doctors who are amazingly talented; helped me with neck, back and foot injuries. Highly recommend.

    Tom R.

  • I must say that Progress Physical Therapy is the most organized, smoothly run PT clinic I have ever dealt with.

    Nancy G.

  • I found the staff here skilled and professional. They see that you make "progress" in getting well I recommend them for any kind of treatment: back, hand, and foot. I was pleased with the results.

    George K.

  • Amanda Miller and Progress Physical Therapy have improved my quality of life to such a great degree! Thank you!!

    Annette W.

  • Thanks for helping me. I appreciate that prevention is the best cure

    Heidi L.

  • A practice representative always answered the telephone during business hours. Scheduling was flexible.

    Rene A.

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