Call for information 919.556.1700
We would like to say thank you to everyone who helped contribute to our fundraiser. Allied Rehab raised over $1400 for the Autism Society of NC. We could have not done it without our friends, families and patients. Check out some of your favorite people who participated in the 5k Triangle Walk/Run for Autism on Saturday 10/12/19. Thousands of people attended to support this wonderful organization. We are Allied for Autism!
We’re open this Thursday 7/4/19! Regular hours 8am-6pm. Come and see us before the cookouts and fireworks. We will be closed on Friday, July 5th instead.
It’s summertime! We hope you’re enjoying days off of work or school. Was your child seen for Speech Therapy or Occupational Therapy in their school or daycare? With school out, give us a call to fill the gap and keep your kiddo on track to meet therapy goals. 919-556-1700
I have been a physical therapist for 13 years and with Allied Rehab for 3 years. I have a strong interest in sports injuries as well as pediatric patients. I am certified in Functional Dry Needling and Graston instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. I love being at Allied Rehab here in Wake Forest. I see such a variety of patients every day. At any given time I will be treating babies all the way to geriatrics. I enjoy my patients and seeing them improve in their day-to-day lives. The best moment I have had here at Allied is getting a video sent to me of a kiddo I have been working with for several years going up a huge flight of steps without any help at all at his school! He was so proud of himself (as was his Momma and this Physical Therapist).
I have been involved in sports of some kind since I was 5 years old. I grew up in Cleveland and Upstate New York and earned my PT degree from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse NY. I am still involved in sports now. I enjoy biking, running and working out and am a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I also help my 2 daughters whom are also involved in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well as be an assistant coach to my youngest daughter’s soccer team. My family is also very into baseball. We have started to go on trips to get to as many Major League Baseball parks as possible. So far we have been to 6.
I was born and raised in Raleigh, NC and now reside in Wake Forest with my husband, our lab mix- Fletcher, and Newfoundland- Sully! I’ve been with Allied Rehab for 3 and 1/2 years and love working in a private therapy practice. Our therapists and patients amaze me every day! I love being involved with the Summit church, foster care, and running, hiking, kayaking- anything that gets me outside 😊
Getting to know and work with our wonderful patients!
Hang out with my husband and take our dogs on walks/hikes, go for a run, get coffee with friends!
The most rewarding part of working at Allied is getting to see our patients progress over the weeks/months/years that they’re here! Also connecting people with the therapy and resources they need but may not know much about!
Today our team got to Shower Elizabeth and her sweet baby with love, laughs, and GREAT food! We are so excited for Elizabeth and Cameron to welcome their bouncing baby boy!
We are so thankful for all the hard work Elizabeth has shown. We know she will fit right into motherhood and rock it with the same tenacity as her work!
My name is Kimberly Calixte. Born in New York and raised in South Florida, I am the third of 3 girls. Accustomed to being raised in a household of females, I guess you can say I’m a little bit girly. l love pink and anything sparkly! I especially enjoy anything dealing with art; drawing, crafts, decorating, you name it. I moved to North Carolina on a whim looking for a change. So far I’m loving It here! The southern charm, the slower pace of everyday life, the change of seasons; I’m all for it! The core of my value system is my relationship with God. I’m constantly busy with spiritual activities and enjoy being able to help people learn about the Bible. My love for people and desire to find ways to help has led me to this career path as an OT and despite the crazy student loans, I am so happy with my choice. I especially love working with the kids. Everyday I leave work, tired but so satisfied in knowing I’m making a difference. I’m so thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful team here at Allied Rehab!
At Allied Rehab, we want you to feel connected and like you’re part of our family when you choose our practice for your therapy needs. We want you to get to know our staff better so we are beginning a series called “Staff feature”.
Each feature in the month of December will be holiday themed so that you can learn more about each member of our amazing team AND get in the Christmas spirit!
Without further ado, we introduce you to Carly, one of our amazing Speech therapists!
The 4th of July (fireworks are my favorite)
Monkey Bread (it’s basically a big pull apart cinnamon roll!). My mom makes it every Christmas Eve so we can eat it while we open presents.
Having a big Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve with all my family and then waking up early Christmas morning to open presents!
Being a speech therapist is great for SO many reasons. But, my favorite thing is probably getting to work and hang out with these kiddos. I love helping them and seeing them succeed and being able to celebrate all the successes with them and their families. The kids that I work with bring so much fun to each day, they make going to work 10 times more exciting and enjoyable!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas over at Allied Rehab!
Head over to our facebook to share your favorite holiday decoration!
This year our goal was to raise $1,000 for the Autism Society of NC. With your help, we were able to raise just over $1,300.00!!
Not only did we get to raise money for a fantastic organization, our team got to participate in the walk! This is an event that is very near and dear to the heart of Allied Rehab!
We want to say a BIG thank you once again to the Allied Rehab team and to each person who donated this year to help us beat our goal!