About Albert Pannone, PT, DPT, ATC
Albert Pannone is a physical therapist who joined Inova in 2016. He has been practicing since 2014 and worked in both Pennsylvania and Virginia. Albert has a special interest in working with patients who have orthopedic and sports injuries, chronic pain conditions, and vestibular disorders as well as athletic performance enhancement.
Albert completed his residency in Functional Manual Therapy through the Institute of Physical Art in 2019. He has taken a variety of continuing education courses and is certified in Functional Dry Needling. He also is a credentialed clinical instructor and enjoys working with students. Albert is currently teaching faculty in Inova's Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program and serves as a residency mentor for the Functional Manual Therapy residency program.
Albert uses a goal achievement oriented approach to therapy with a strong emphasis on improving function and reducing long term risk for re-injury or loss of function. He has a strong focus on evidence based practice to promote a rapid and efficient return to higher levels of function.
Albert currently lives in Centreville, VA, with his wife, daughter, and dog. In his spare time he enjoys weightlifting, reading, and playing both video and board games.
- Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Award – United Way
- Potential for Profressional Excellence Award – Chatham University
- Peer Recognition Award – Chatham University
Research and Publications
Karas S, Pannone AJ. T4 Syndrome: A Clinical Example of the Regional Interdependence Theory. SportEx Medicine. 2014; 62(October):8-11
Karas S, Pannone AJ. T4 Syndrome: A Scoping Review. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. 2016 (In Press)