Allied Professional Therapeutics & Rehabilitation, LLC
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Opening Hours
Mon - Thurs
7:15 AM - 5 PM
Fri
8 AM - 4 PM
  • Why should I choose a private practice physical therapist?
    As a private practice, we pride ourselves on individualized treatment plans that are specific to each and every individual’s goals and lifestyle. When you come to our private outpatient facility, you can expect to see the same physical therapist that evaluated you throughout your entire experience. We believe that this develops consistency and accelerates your rehabilitation journey.
  • Why are people referred to physical therapy?
    There are many reasons patients may be referred to physical therapy, including neck, low back pain, migraines, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, arthritis symptom management, vestibular rehabilitation or generalized strengthening and balance training to reduce fall occurrences. Our main priority is to get you to regain your functional independence and return to your desired lifestyle.
  • What do physical therapists do and what happens in the first visit?
    As physical therapists, we have the ability to specifically identify musculoskeletal dysfunctions based on abnormal movement patterns and reduced range of motion. After determining your specific impairments, we are then able to provide patients with manual therapy, strength, stabilization exercises and flexibility training. Thus, promoting proper body mechanics with functional movements, such as bending, lifting, carrying and squatting. Each patient is different and will be provided with an individualized approach to their specific symptoms.
  • Why is physical therapy a good choice?
    As doctors of physical therapy, we have the ability to determine if physical therapy is the best option for you by ruling out systemic and non-musculoskeletal dysfunctions. Once we determine if your a good candidate for physical therapy, it can have many benefits including promoting healthy movements, improve quality of life, adequate sleep and providing our patients with the resources they need to be successful following their time in therapy.
  • How many visits will I need?
    On your first visit, you will have the opportunity to discuss your plan of care with your physical therapist, where they will estimate the number of visits you will need. We often see results quickly and the number of visits can range from as little as 2 or more, depending on your rehabilitation diagnosis. We highly encourage our patients to complete their physical therapy plan to maximize their benefits and return to their functional lifestyle.
  • How long will each treatment last?
    You should expect your initial evaluation to last 60 minutes, with follow up appointments lasting 30-45 minutes depending on your plan of care.
  • How should I dress?
    We recommend wearing comfortable, loose fitting clothes including T-shirts, sweats, shorts and good supportive shoes, such as gyms shoes. Sandals, high heels, office attire are not recommended.
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    For your first visit, you should be sure to bring an ID, as well as your insurance card to verify your insurance benefits. Depending on the insurance plan, you may need to bring a referral to your first visit. A quick phone call can always help allievate any confusion 720-770-4aPT (4278).
  • Where should I park?
    We are located on the 3rd floor of the office building. There is a ramp to the left of the front doors (next to the café entrance) for wheelchair access. However, during bad weather the front of the building doesn’t get a lot of sun and can be very slippery. If it is icy or treacherous, PLEASE use the back parking lot. It is better maintained and has wheelchair access as well. The back parking lot is located on the 1st floor of the building, so you need to take the elevator to the 3rd floor. We are located opposite of the café. First door to the left.