At Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance, our number one priority is our patients. We all take great pride in hearing that our patients are happy with the care we provide. Discover what our patients have to say regarding their office visit, surgical experience or recovery process.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to the wonderful staff at Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance. You've given me the mobility to enjoy life two times, and both were pressuring circumstances. After nine surgeries, I can say that your team is unparalleled.
Attentive, Prompt care given by Dr. Burrus & Christy
“Dr. Daniel Burrus recently performed Back Surgery on my Husband. Before, during, and afterwards, he was very attentive to his needs which included emergency surgery and hospitalization. Christy Fullum, Dr. Burrus's Medical Assistant, was very prompt to respond to me to answer any questions I might have concerning his medical care.
Thank you Dr. Burrus and Christy."
Kind & Expert Care shown by Dr. Stahlman and his Nurse, Stephanie
I just wanted to let you both know how very much I appreciated your kind & expert care during the past year. Your conscientious attention to my situation and willingness to try different approaches to my neck pain was so important to me & Rob. It is clear to me that you both love what you do! I am truly a "success story" and can't thank you enough.
Murfreesboro high school student competing again
TOA Murfreesboro physician, Lydia White, shared the most encouraging story regarding one of her patients:
'I have a patient, Ross Sessions, who's a senior at Siegel High School. One year ago, I met him in the Emergency Room after he suffered terrible fractures of his left wrist and right elbow during a pole vaulting accident. At the time, his injuries were so severe that it seemed unlikely he would ever vault again. I did surgery to correct the deformity, and he had to work very hard to regain his strength and motion. I still remember asking him, do you really want to go back to pole vaulting? I thought he would be scared, but instead he said, "I'm going to try." Recently, I received an email from his mother telling me he was once again competing, and I went to see him in a district meet. Not only did Ross win, he vaulted his personal best, 10'9! He's also won the county pole vaulting championship this year. It took a lot of bravery for him to make a comeback, and I am so proud of him.
Ross, on behalf of Dr. White and all of us here at TOA, please accept our most enthusiastic congratulations! We are all so proud and thrilled for you, your amazing recovery and this outstanding achievement. Way to go!
Duck season on target thanks to Dr. Stahlman
I survived the duck season in Arkansas & have not had any issues as before the surgery.
Headed to Argentina in a few weeks thanks to your procedure.