Alliance Physical Therapy - Fairfax

Alliance Physical Therapy - Fairfax

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BIG thanks to our oh-so generous #Jazz4Justice sponsors who are the reason why we get to put on a FABulous show every year:

VIP Reception sponsor: Reinhardt Harper Davis, PLC
Solo sponsors: University of Mary Washington
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Quartet sponsors: Alliance Physical Therapy - Fairfax
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At AlliancePhysical Therapy we provide 24/7 access to online appointments, with most of the requests scheduled in less than 48 hours. At Alliance Physical Therapy we provide 24/7 access to online appointments, with most of the requests scheduled in less than 48 hours.

Alexandria/Nr.Alex Hospital
4660 Kenmore Avenue, Suite 400
Alexandria, VA 22304
Ph: 703-751-1008
Fax: 703-751-1118

Alexandria/Mt.Vernon
2616 Sherwood Hall Ln, Suite 104
Alexandria VA 22306
Ph: 703-704-5771
Fax: 703-704-5774

Colonial Heights
456 Charles H Dimmock Pkwy, #1
Colonial Heights, VA 23834
Ph: 804-520-8366
Fax: 804-520-8369

Fairfax
8501 Arlington Blvd, #110
Fairfax, VA 22031
Ph: 703-205

Operating as usual

02/21/2022
12/31/2021

Alliance Physical Therapy! May this coming year bless you with love, peace, and empowerment. Wishing you and all of your loved ones health and happiness in the new year. 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉





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11/23/2021
11/23/2021

We should certainly count our blessings, but we should also make our blessings count.
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11/11/2021

Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans, who are people who have served in the United States Armed Forces (that were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable).[1][2] It coincides with other holidays including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day which are celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I.[3] Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. At the urging of major U.S. veteran organizations, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.[4]

10/29/2021

Halloween is celebrated in the United States on October 31. People tried to appease the restless spirits on Halloween, and these practices led to many of today's Halloween traditions. ... For example, people used to wear costumes of monsters, ghosts, and devils to scare away the harmful spirits.

10/08/2021

Meet Our Physical Therapist Ms. Shelby Olsen at Fairfax, VA office. Shelby got her bachelor's degree in Health Sciences from JMU in 2018, then went on to get her PTA degree from GCC in 2021. Her clinical focus is around individualizing treatment so her patients are engaged and able to reach their specific goals to get back to what they love. She has experience in various patient populations and is particularly passionate about patient education in pain science and movement-based treatment interventions to promote functional activities in her patients. She enjoys yoga, running, and going on adventures with her furry best friend, a sassy border collie/corgi mix named Millie, who is scientifically proven to be the cutest dog in the entire world.
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09/22/2021

Welcome to Our Fairfax Office
Alliance Physical Therapy offers 20 conveniently located offices throughout Northern Virginia, Richmond and Tidewater Area.

Our Fairfax office is conveniently located in off Route 50/Gallows Road and I-495. It is a very spacious office in a large medical building and fully equipped with the latest equipment and very knowledgeable staff. Parking is free.
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If you have any aches, pains, or have suffered an injury, we're just the place you're looking for. Alliance Physical Therapy offers 20 conveniently located offices throughout Northern Virginia, Richmond and Tidewater Area.

Our Fairfax office is conveniently located in off Route 50/Gallows Road and I-495. It is a very spacious office in a large medical building and fully equipped with the latest equipment and very knowledgeable staff. Parking is free.

We have awesome Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists that work with a variety of injuries and modalities. Friendly environment during Therapy session. Bilingual staff, Languages Spoken : Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Chinese, Gujarati, Punjabi, Urdu, French and Vietnamese.
To know more about us please visit our website and find your nearest PT Location to get rid from pain.
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6 Things To Know About Covid-19 Delta Variant
The world is in a dangerous period. Covid-19 Delta Variant aroused more nervousness in the people, it is a super contagious, lethal virus little different from the alpha original Covid- 19, in that it’s more transmissible so that is what is truly concerning. Fully vaccinated individuals are not experiencing severe diseases. The Delta variant that has caused devastation in countries like India and the UK has now mutated to produce another variant called Delta Plus. The Delta variant was first identified in the UK, then in India after two months from the UK in December 2020, then discovered in the US in March 2021 and other 98 countries bracing for the variant’s impact. The total researchers found that the Delta variant is highly spreading in different countries. Before you face a symptom, have some knowledge of what you should do.
Delta is Spreading quickly- Delta is contagious than SARS-cov2 virus strains, Delta variant is about 60% more contagious than Alpha virus. One thing that sets the delta variant apart from other Covid strains is the speed at which it’s spreading. The Delta variant spreads more easily. It spreads two to three times faster than the original version of the virus, and the respiratory tract variant grows to much higher levels and takes about four days to detect level inside a person. The spread of the Delta variant is prompting new lock downs around the world and spurring new warnings from health professionals. Delta is spreading at a rate that means it can infect people before we think of getting the vaccine. It also appears that Delta is more able to cause so-called breakthrough infections in vaccinated people. Globally our surveillance is very pitchy. Delta is responsible for much of India’s dreadful few months, during which Covid-19 deaths were unbelievable.

Sickness in People- Every time a virus jumps to a new person. A Research identified Delta variant infected people has severity of illness and is more likely to be hospitalized than alpha variant. Delta variant cases are rising while alpha cases are declining. Early evidence from Scotland and England showed the figure of increased hospitalized patients in a significant period. Reinfection of Alpha and Delta variants is analyzed in the UK and Delta cases cause more secondary infections. Delta poses the biggest risk to the countries with limited access to vaccines, such as Africa currently facing a fast surging third wave of Covid Pandemic. Symptoms for Delta variant seems like Headache, Sore Throat, Runny Nose, Fever and Cough and Loss smell like Alpha variant is less common. Blood Clots worsening the situation.

One Dose is not Enough- Level of protection against Delta variant is dependent upon vaccination course. The researchers performed laboratory experiments on blood samples from people who had received one of those doses. After a single shot just 10% of samples of antibodies develop in the body that neutralized the Delta variant. Delta continues to move fast in the people who vaccinated for the first dose. One dose is less effective but the graph of cases decreased for Delta variant with first shot, as experienced less hospital admissions. Two doses of vaccines are more effective to prevent hospitalization and the outcome also depends upon the climate and people’s behavior also. Not only does vaccination help prevent infection and illness but also helps to keep a potential to stop more dangerous variants from popping up.

Why Vaccination is Important- Two doses of vaccination are strongly protective, the most important thing is you are fully vaccinated with two doses. The unvaccinated crowd will cause hyper local outbreaks. Because there are chances when doctors will not recommend vaccination to the people with health issues. A location of vaccinated people allows the virus to stop; otherwise the virus can hop, skip and jump from poorly vaccinated areas to another. Immune system plays an enormous role in vaccination. Your immune system get strong enough after Covid Vaccine, so if someone decides to skip the second dose then you are not protected against the Delta variant. Real World observations are crucial measures of vaccine effectiveness, 96% of hospitalization prevented after two doses against the Delta variant.

Social Distancing & Keep Your Mask Handy- No Doubt, Full Vaccination is best defense against Delta variant but still a little extra caution will block any chances to get infection from others. The population who will take more to make the mission successful together we can block spread of Covid Pandemic and keep virus circulation low. However social distancing and mask are good if there is no virus, it helps in wellbeing ideal society. Vaccinated people have a chance to skip mask. As high rate in the countries who are vaccinated, there is possibility of getting infected. Increase Washing hands for several times a day, Stay 6 feet away, ware mask over your nose and mouth, avoid crowds, pay attention to Covid guidelines and cases in local area including Delta variant. To resist spread, try couple mask wearing with other precautions.

Be Vigilant- More than 4 million children have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and there are more chances to spread in the community. Alarming rate of Delta variants infecting children has also left medical professionals worried. A Delta variant is most concerning in areas where not enough individuals have been vaccinated, the vaccine. Kids improbably the group now that is most susceptible to infection even vaccinated adults, are nervous about the variant and its potential to spread. Be secure and make your surroundings vaccinated, aware of your loved ones. Currently due to the threat of Delta variant everything is still closed and making requirements to fight with infection. Children at the age of 12 or older are more important to get their vaccinations done.

A sobering picture of pandemic’s impact in US life is highly shocking and worldwide has a largest year decline. Delta is not as much explained and many more to know is left, according to scientists. Delta is more infectious, transformable, more admissions in ICU cases are severe. Rather than be confused by clusters of symptoms. If you see any of the symptoms of Delta variant go ahead and get your vaccination, understand the seriousness of the special precautions. It is concluded from the Delta variant that one does not go out of home without reason, use a mask and sanitizer, and be vigilant about the efforts to avoid the disease. Our larger focus should be for people to motivate each other for vaccination and stop worrying, follow positivity. Take the jabs of very powerful vaccines to fight strongly against epidemics.

07/07/2021

Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) is a type of electrotherapy stimulates a muscle contraction using electrical impulses in order strengthen weak muscles, reduce swelling, relieve pain and help heal wounds.The impulses are generated by a device and delivered through electrodes (pads that adhere to the skin) over the middle of the muscles that require stimulating. The impulses from EMS mimic the action potential (stimulus required to make the muscle contract) coming from the central nervous system. This causes the muscles to contract.





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What is carpal tunnel syndrome and how can I avoid it?

The bones, ligaments, and muscles of the wrist are located in such a way that a tunnel is created for the tendons of the forearm muscles and nerves. When the median nerve becomes entrapped or compressed, the signs and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) become noticeable. When structures such as tendons and nerves are compressed, inflammation becomes apparent. This inflammation is the usual cause of developing CTS. The best way to avoid or manage CTS is to heat and stretch the involved muscles regularly. A general wrist and hand strengthening program can be beneficial to limit possible tendon injury.
Alliance Physical Therapy
8501 Arlington Blvd, #110
Fairfax, VA 22031
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04/02/2021

Alliance Physical Therapy VA, Wishing you a very happy and blessed Easter. May God bless you at Easter, and keep you all year through. May God give you all the faith it takes, to make your dreams come true. may his love and wisdom always help, to guide you on your way. May his light shine down upon you now, To bless your Easter Day.

Wishing you a blessed and joyful easter

About Us

At Alliance Physical Therapy, We provide 24 hour online appointment scheduling serviced within 48 hours. Our 14 conveniently located offices serve physical therapy needs from downtown Washington through the Northern Virginia area into Richmond.






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8316 Arlington Blvd Ste 600
Fairfax, VA
22031

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am - 8pm
Wednesday 7am - 8pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 7am - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 2pm

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