Allied Therapies of Texas
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Quality of Care
As a consumer, you have many options for medical care including Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapies, and Speech Therapists. At Allied Therapies of Texas, we appreciate that your time is money and that if you are not happy with the quality of your care, you can seek therapy elsewhere. We also appreciate your consideration of our clinic in taking care of your needs. Unlike other clinics, you are not treated like a number. We provide individualized treatments targeting the problems causing your symptoms. There are no general treatment programs. Each person receives a one on one assessment and in most cases, one on one treatment. In our money-focused culture, one on one treatment is very rare.
Meet our Therapists
Extensive education and training leads to improved patient outcomes and quality of life.
Physical Therapists are not required to take a clinical residency, a clinical fellowship, or acquire a post graduate education/certification to practice physical therapy. One can practice therapy with a degree from an accredited PT school and a valid license. Those therapists that seek out such higher level training at their own expense clarifies those therapists’ compassion to treat all individuals including those with complex challenging cases. Understanding complex cases requires listening to patients, asking the appropriate questions, formulating a working hypothesis about what is wrong, testing the hypothesis to verify if it is correct, and finally prescribing appropriate treatment approaches to maximize each person’s healing potential.