On January 5th 2015, I thought my life was over and that I would never be able to play the sports that I loved ever again. While playing for my high school basketball team I dove to save the ball from going out of bounds. As I saved the ball, my body continued to move forward straight into the wall. I was immediately rushed to the hospital where I was told that my neck was broken. I had no feeling throughout my body. I couldn’t perform basic life movements, like walking, writing or even eating my food without assistance. About a month later, I began physical therapy with Ally Halbig. Ally helped re-teach me to walk and helped me regain full motion in my hands and legs. Throughout my treatment she incorporated basketball and volleyball into all of my activities. Now I am back to basketball and volleyball competing at the same level I was before my injury. Ally helped me achieve my goals of returning to my regular life and I could not be more grateful.
A huge thank you to Ally at Kinesiosfit Physical Therapy. After experiencing some intense shoulder pain from exercising I was able to bounce back within a couple of weeks. Not only did Ally give me the treatment I needed to get back, but more importantly, I got the personalized program I needed to get stronger so my injury isn’t reoccuring. Amazing experience! Thank you so much, Ally.
For so long I have been looking for someone to treat my Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Once I found Ally I knew I was in the right hands. She explained everything to me in detail, and cured my debilitating dizziness in one session! This girl knows her stuff! Thank you for everything!
I became a patient of Ally’s when I got into a car accident coming home from school. I ended up injuring my back and my neck. Luckily after taking an MRI and some X-rays, my diagnosis consisted of herniated discs and muscle spasms. When I met for the consultation for physical therapy I was a little nervous. I had let them know right away that I am not like other patients. I was born with a genetic disorder called Achondroplasia Dwarfism. Achondroplasia Dwarfism is a genetic condition that results in short stature with disproportionate short limbs, a normal size torso and a slightly larger cranial than the average size person. The most common type of medical complication that comes along for most people with dwarfism is spinal stenosis. After explaining all this information to my would-be therapist, to make sure we are on the same page, I felt so much more at ease.When I first met Ally, I knew I was going to like her right away. Her personality was off the charts and she’s very knowledgeable in what she does. She gave me new and up-to-date techniques that required less work, but you still felt the burn of it working. When it came down to Ally having to work on me, I felt completely comfortable compared to the last physical therapist I had tried. She made conversation with me that wasn’t always pertaining to physical therapy and I always left feeling better. The time felt like it always flew by. Not only did I enjoy going to physical therapy because it was helping, I enjoyed it because I had a great therapist who took excellent care of me. She was very understanding of my physical disability where something that works on an average size person might not always work on me. She made sure to change techniques that always worked in my benefit. Besides working on me, she also worked on a few members of my family. Everyone in my family loves her. Ally is a wonderful physical therapist and I would highly recommend her to anyone that’s in need of someone who knows what they’re doing.
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