ABOUT

Get to Know Us

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Allied Therapy Mission

Allied Therapy’s  family-centered approach extends to everything we do, and it is our goal to make quality therapy accessible to all.

Allied Therapy History

1993 - Allied Therapy opened in a two-room clinic in Cabot, Arkansas. The physical, occupational, speech-language, and developmental therapy services that we provided began to improve the lives of children with disabilities living in our community. 

 

2003 - Allied Therapy began to provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy services utilizing equine movement at Beyond Boundaries in Ward, Arkansas. 

 

2005 - After outgrowing the smaller space, Allied Therapy moved into our custom-built therapy clinic in Ward, AR. 

 

2011 - The second clinic was opened in North Little Rock, Arkansas. This new space allowed us to expand our programming, reach more families, and impact more lives. 

 

2019 - A third clinic was opened in Van Buren, Arkanass, expanding our reach to children with disabilities across the state.

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Meet our Founder

Beth A. Stamp, PT, DPT, PCS is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and the owner of Allied Therapy & Consulting Services, Inc. She is a Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist and has completed the extensive training through the American Hippotherapy Association. Beth is an active member of the Arkansas Board of Physical Therapy, currently serving as the Practice Chair. Beth has been a practicing physical therapist for over 35 years with 25 of those years being in central Arkansas. Dedicated to giving back to the community, she founded Beyond Boundaries, Inc., a 501-C-3 nonprofit organization specializing in equine-assisted therapy where she currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors.

Services Offered

  • Physical Therapy 

  • Occupational Therapy 

  • Speech Therapy 

  • Developmental Therapy 

  • Aquatic Therapy 

  • Intensive Therapy 

  • Hippotherapy 

  • Schroth Method

  • Kid's Day Out