The APRN Corporation is a multi-state provider of ancillary health services. APRN was initially started in 1959 as a private practice originally known as the American Physical Rehabilitation Network by two brothers, Richard and Thomas Leffler, physical therapists. Seeing a need for physical therapy services in small community hospitals and nursing homes that could not attract therapists and operate in a cost effective manner, the practice was expanded to provide services through contractual agreements.
As the high degree of success of this “service under arrangement” became known among healthcare institutions, facilities outside the immediate area expressed interest and the practice soon encompassed a multi-state region. Respiratory therapy and home healthcare were added to the scope of services available through APRN. At the same time, the private clinic division of the corporation experienced a similar growth pattern. Today, APRN provides a comprehensive line of ancillary services including Physical Rehabilitation, Home Health Services, Respiratory Services, and Sleep Disorder Services.
Our Network, dba Balance and Mobility Therapy (BAM), Allied Home Diagnostics, Carter Rehabilitation Centers in Michigan, Allied Medical Services, Allied Home Health Services, Allied Rehab Services, Auburn Hills Sleep, and Z-Med, LLC in all other markets includes the divisions shown on the right. Select a logo to go to the respective website.