Allied Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Inc.

Allied Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Inc.
Allied Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Inc. 188 Concord St Framingham, MA 01702

Allied Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Inc.

Allied Physical Therapy is dedicated to helping people regain and maintain control of their health through a holistic approach. Our team of physical therapists and chiropractors will help get you on the road to recovery without the use of drugs or surgery. Our methods are 100 percent natural and based on years of training and experience.

Accepted Insurance

We are participating providers for ALL major Insurance companies including...

BCBS, Tufts, ASH Network, Cigna, Celtic, Aetna, HPHC, United, BMC, NHP, MH, Medicare

We Also Accept Workers Comp/Auto Accident/Slip and Falls
Primary Specialty

Physical Therapist

Services At Allied Physical Therapy we understand patients want and deserve a good experience. We will provide you with clear and comprehensive information about your condition and possible treatment. We will make sure you understand what is going on at all stages of care.

We Provide Treatment of:

•Post Traumatic & Diabetic Neuropathy
•Balance Problems & Training
•Back and Neck Pain
•Arthritis Pain
•Muscular Injuries
•Shoulder & Knee Injuries
•Sports Injuries
•Work Related Injuries
•Auto Accident Injuries
•Temporomandibular Joint Dysfuntion (TMJ)
...And Many More

For additional treatment services not mentioned here, please feel free to contact us.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Do you experience numbness, tingling, abnormal sensations, or pain in your feet? Over time, this feeling spreads to your legs and hands. You may find it becoming harder to walk.

There are three types of peripheral nerves affected, and symptoms depend on these nerves and their location:

1.Sensory Nerves: affect sensation
2.Autonomic Nerves: affect internal organ functions; and,
3.Motor Nerves: affect muscles.

Many types of peripheral neuropathy affect all three types of nerves to various degrees, but some affect only one or two.

When you lose the ability to feel your feet, you may find yourself being uncoordinated because you are not sure about the placement of your feet. Autonomic nerve damage can cause a drop in blood pressure and, consequently, dizziness when standing up; intestinal difficulties such as constipation or diarrhea; sexual dysfunction; thinning of the skin (with susceptibility to bruising and poor healing), and other symptoms.
Additional Services Physical Therapy Clinic
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