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Patient Story

Patient reported that Tracy went "above the call of duty" to really listen to what the patient was saying and addressed all concerns related to her ability to perform self care. The patient stated that Tracy took extra time during each session to show her different types of equipment or different techniques that could be used to accomplish daily tasks, and gave her suggestions for how the patient could better participate in an upcoming trip she would be taking. The patient said that she will use the same agency in the future in order to have Tracy again!


Our Mission

At Allied Home Health Services we strive to provide the highest level of care possible with your specific needs in mind. Our staff will partner with you and your doctor, treating you like one of our own. When you choose Allied Home Health Services we want you to feel like part of the family, not just another person.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists commonly care for patients with arthritis and joint pain, joint replacements, soft tissue injuries, chronic pain syndromes, Congestive Heart Failure, COPD, weakness following a hospitalization, gait and balance disorders, stroke, head injuries, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and problems commonly associated with Diabetes.

FREE Home Care Evaluation

Allied Home Health Services is offering free home care evaluations. Click the "Read More" button to learn more about our free home care evaluations.
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Balance Center

One major reason doctors order physical therapy is to help patients recover from and prevent falls. In the U.S. alone, one of three adults over the age of 65 falls each year, and more than half fall more than once. This annual rate increases over the age of 80.

Together, with the staff at Balance and Mobility Therapy, our therapists have received advanced training for balance and vestibular rehabilitation, putting you in the best hands to get you back on your feet and stay on your feet!
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Balance Self Test

To help determine if you may be headed for a fall, take the Balance Self Test below. The best way to determine if you have a problem, however, is to talk with your physician who might recommend that you get a balance screening test from Balance & Mobility Therapy.

  • Have you fallen more than once in the past year?
  • Do you take medication for two or more of the following diseases: heart disease, hypertension, arthritis, anxiety or depression?
  • Do you feel dizzy or unsteady if you make sudden changes in movement?
  • Have you had a joint replaced?
  • Have you experienced a stroke or another neurological problem that has affected your balance?
  • Do you experience numbness or loss of sensation in your legs and/or feet?
  • Do you use a walker or wheelchair, or do you need assistance to get around?
  • Do you feel unsteady when you are walking or climbing stairs?
  • Do you have difficulty sitting down or rising from a seated or lying position?
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