Orthopedic physical therapy focuses on the evaluation and treatment of muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments and joints. Our clinic treats conditions like:
Therapy generally includes strengthening, flexibility, modalities, and manual/hands on treatment.
The success of surgery greatly depends on the post-operative care. Some of the benefits of therapy following surgery include:
Better muscle strength
Even though surgery is a stressful time for everyone, having a personalized therapy plan will greatly help the healing and recovery process.
Sports medicine can help you overcome injuries such as:
It also includes post-operative therapy for ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff repairs and meniscus surgeries. Our therapists work with all levels of athletes, from the casual golfer to the high-level competitive athlete. The therapy evaluates and treats the root cause of dysfunction, helping return you to whatever activity you enjoy without re-injury.
We work with your case manager, adjustor and doctor to help coordinate the best possible care to return you back to work. Physical therapy will initially focus on acute injury while progressing you back to work related and functional tasks. This may include a Functional Capacity Evaluation, work conditioning program, specific work ergonomic training and a job-site analysis.
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4005 Fountain Valley Drive
Where we are
Free lot at site
The Halls Clinic uses an eclectic approach to your therapy, combining traditional strength, flexibility and manual treatments with yoga, Pilates and neuroscience therapy. Our team has extensive experience treating all orthopedic and post-operative conditions. Patients say, “The team always explains everything thoroughly, has challenged me to keep improving and has always been able to answer my questions.”
The University of Tennessee Medical Center provides medical treatment without regard to race, age, color, national origin, ethnicity, culture, language, socioeconomic status, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or disability.