A Comprehensive Approach to Physical Therapy
At Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance, our team of physical therapists are dedicated to helping patients from all walks of life find relief from pain. Whether a patient is experiencing joint pain caused by arthritis, rehabilitating after surgery or treating a sports injury, our physical therapists are ready to help. Each patient has different goals and different needs. At TOA, we treat our patients as individuals, providing each one with a personalized treatment plan and education on the root causes of their pain, how to improve mobility and prevent future injury.
Our physical therapists take a comprehensive approach to patient care. Not only do they maintain constant communication with TOA’s surgeons and physicians, but they also perform detailed evaluations of the structures involved with each patient’s pain or injury to design custom treatment plans specific to their findings. Best of all, our patients are involved in the treatment planning process from beginning to end to ensure their personal goals are always kept in mind.
Common Reasons to Seek Physical Therapy
Physical therapy is an essential step in recovery for a wide variety of injuries and ailments, and in some cases, can delay or even negate the need for surgery. Physical therapy is a critical step in the recovery process as patients work to treat sports-related injuries, manage joint pain, and rebuild a healthy lifestyle. We provide continuous monitoring and reassessment of each treatment program to ensure physical benefits, consistent improvement, and a timely return to regular activities. Throughout the process, we promote open communication among therapists, doctors and other professionals involved to ensure a level of care that maximizes results.
The American Physical Therapy Association recommends physical therapy for hundreds of different conditions, stemming from as many causes--including disease and injury. Some of the more common reasons to seek help include:
- Sports/Athletic Injuries
- Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Joint Replacement and other Post-op Rehabilitation
- Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow
- Sprains and Strains
- Neck and Back Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Work-related Injuries
- Healthy Lifestyle Maintenance
- Chronic Pain Management
TOA’s physical therapists will be happy to discuss what we can do to help you achieve your goals, no matter what the cause or condition.
Looking for Physical Therapy?
Our physical therapists are highly trained individuals holding doctorates in their field. Because patient care is our top priority, our physical therapy team will spend as much time as you need to ensure that you receive the care you deserve. Often located in the same building as your doctor, we also offer extended hours to accommodate your lifestyle, in order to offer the ultimate in convenience.
Contact your nearest Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance location today to learn more about how our team of physical therapists can get you started on your road to recovery.