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Edward Allcock, DOEdward Allcock, DO, Medical Director,
The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Virginia Hospital Center

Daniel Davis, MD Daniel Davis, MD, Physiatrist,
The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Virginia Hospital Center

Medical Services

Meet the IRC's Team

Our specialized rehab team consists of multiple disciplines.

  • Physiatrists – Our physicians specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation. The physiatrist directs the patient care, providing medical management as well as care coordination and communication among the team for individualized care. The physiatrists will also follow the patient post-discharge.
  • Clinical Psychologists/Neuropsychologists - Our psychologists monitor and evaluate changes in mental status, track neurosurgical recovery (thinking skills), conduct brief neuropsychological evaluations when appropriate and provide education to patients and families about how changes in neurological status affect thinking skills, emotions and behavior. 
  • Nursing (nurses and aides) – Our low patient to staff ratios allow the nurses to provide education on medication, self-care and assist with pain management. Since therapy doesn’t end once physical, occupation or speech therapy are completed for the day, the nurses continue your rehab day and night by reinforcing the techniques learned in therapy. We are proud to have Certified Rehab Registered Nurses on staff as well. The rehabilitation nurse collaborates with physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, dieticians, social workers, case managers, pharmacists, speech-language pathologists, respiratory therapists, and other members of the disciplinary team to help patients deal with limitations in an adaptive manner, reach their full potential, restore their previous level of function, and maintain or increase modified levels of independence.
  • Physical Therapists (PT) – A physical therapist will evaluate your mobility needs, provide recommendations and treatment to reach your goals for rehab to regain the highest level of function and quality of life attainable.
  • Occupational Therapists (OT) – An occupational therapist will evaluate your ability to perform activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and feeding. They develop a treatment plan to assist with increased independence in this vital life skills.
  • Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) – Speech-language pathologists are skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of speech, language, cognition, voice and swallowing disorders.
  • Respiratory Therapists (RT) – RT’s provide treatment and management of acute and chronic breathing disorders through the use of medication, respirators and chest PT.
  • Therapeutic Recreation Therapists (TR) – Recreational therapists plan, direct, and coordinate recreation-based treatment programs during their stay in the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center. Recreational therapists use a variety of modalities, including arts and crafts; drama, music, and dance; sports and games; aquatics; and community outings to help maintain or improve a patient’s physical, social, and emotional well-being.
  • Art Therapists – The art therapist uses such mediums as paint, clay, oil pastels to enhance the physical, mental and emotion well-being of patients.
  • Pet Therapists – Weekly visits from our therapy dogs provide increased healing, comfort, love, and recovery that only our furriest friends can provide.
  • Case Managers – A case manager is assigned to every patient on their first day in acute rehab to assist with discharge planning. The case managers will arrange for medical equipment, additional therapies post discharge and act as liaisons with your insurance company to address any economic or social issues impacting your safe transition to home.

photo of Dr. Allcock on the cover of Northern Virginia Magazine's 2016 Top Doctors issueTop Doctors

Edward Allcock, DO, Medical Director, Inpatient Rehabilitation featured on the cover of the Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2016 Top Doctors issue.

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  • Internal Referrals
    Cheryl Mills, Admissions Coordinator: 703.558.6515

    External Referrals
    Amber Berry, Community Liaison: 703.200.5051
    Fax 703.558-5723
  • Address

    1701 N George Mason Dr. Suite 2-E
    Arlington, VA 22205
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  • Parking C

    There is a daily parking fee payable upon exiting the garage.

    Patient/Visitor parking passes and multi-day passes may be purchased from the Hospital’s Cashier 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (M-F), located in the main lobby of the Hospital (Zone A, 1625 building).

    Senior Associates Program

  • Zone C, 2nd Floor

    After parking, cross the street to the Oncology Entrance on the ground level. Walk to the end of the hallway, turn right and follow the sings to the elevator. Upon exiting the elevator, take the first left into IRC.

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1701 N. George Mason Drive | Arlington, VA 22205-3698 | tel 703.558.5000
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