Please forward this error screen to sharedip-192186251224. At Alliance Physical Therapy, we are specialized in Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Hand Therapy, Industrial Rehabilitation, Functional Capacity Evaluations osteoarthritis of the spine treatments Work Hardening Programs. We accept most of the insurances. Call US Now: 703-205-1919 and Get Immediate Appointments.
Hours may vary by location. The staff is wonderful and my doctor has been very pleased with the progress I’ve made. The staff are so awesome yet professional. The front desk lady is very sweet and pleasant. The therapists are fun and really know what they’re talking about. My knee feels a lot better having come here. Just make sure to book your appointments in advance.
They fill up quickly there it seems. I recommend this place to anyone who is in some pain. They will help you get better. My experience was very positive at Alliance Physical Therapy. I could not find any other Physical Therapy place that would take me for at least two weeks but I was able to get an Appointment at their Woodbridge Clinic next day. They focused in on my problem and made it quite clear what I needed to do.
My pain is significantly reduced and mobility is renewed. 7 access to online appointments, most requests are scheduled within 48 hours. With thirteen convenient locations, we are able to serve the Northern VA, DC and Richmond regions. Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, Hand Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Women’s Health Programs, Industrial Rehabilitation, Functional Capacity Evaluations and Work Hardening Program. We Accept Most PPO plans. We accept Attorney Assignments in most Workers Compensation and Auto Injury Case.
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