Knoxville’s Best Choice for Physical Therapy in Eastern Tennessee
Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics is well known for our Therapy services. Staffed by professionals with both Masters and Doctorates in Therapy, our therapists also have years of clinical experience behind them. Many of our therapists are certified in the renowned McKenzie Method. This method of therapy is most useful for treating acute and/or chronic disc-related pain; however, the techniques used are effective for any patient experiencing pain.
Each of our therapy facilities are located where your doctors are, allowing information to be quickly communicated and questions are answered promptly, thereby streamlining your rehabilitation and recovery. So whether you require post-operative care or therapy for a chronic condition, TOC Therapy is the best option for therapeutic care.
Important Phone Numbers
TOC Physical Therapy at D1
TOC Physical Therapy at K2
TOC at Bearden
The Tower at Parkwest
Fort Loudoun Medical Center
Randall R. Robbins Office Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Physicians Plaza
Fort Sanders Regional
Our Physical Therapists at TOC
As part of our commitment to comprehensive orthopedic care, Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics provides physical therapy at our offices in and around the Greater Knoxville area. No matter where you live, Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics offers elite physical therapy for post-op patients as well as those with chronic pain or ongoing physical challenges.
Our staff of licensed physical therapists are experts in their field, with either master or doctorate degrees in therapy from prestigious educational institutions, as well as decades of combined experience between them.
Who needs physical therapy?
The orthopedic specialists at Tennessee Orthopedic Clinics often recommend physical therapy to patients who are recovering from an injury or surgery. The purpose of PT is to help the patient build strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Patients of all ages can benefit from physical therapy in Knoxville.
Common reasons that our patients are prescribed treatment with PT include:
- ACL tears
- Knee pain
- Knee replacement surgery
- Ankle sprains
- Injuries of the Achilles tendon
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Frozen shoulder
- Back pain
Convenient Physical Therapy Clinics Near You!
Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics offers multiple orthopedic physical therapy locations in East Tennessee, including:
- Physical Therapy at Parkwest
- Physical Therapy at Fort Sanders Regional
- Physical Therapy at Randall Robbins
- Physical Therapy at Lenoir City
- Physical Therapy at Oak Ridge
- Physical Therapy at Sevierville
- Physical Therapy at Bearden
- Physical Therapy at D1
- Physical Therapy at K2
Each of our physical therapy facilities is located in one of our orthopedic clinics where our doctors practice. By offering physical therapy and comprehensive orthopedic care in the same location, information can be communicated quickly to and from your doctor and your physical therapist. Questions are answered promptly, thereby streamlining your rehabilitation and recovery.
The McKenzie Method of Physical Therapy
Many of our licensed physical therapists in Knoxville are certified in the renowned McKenzie Method. The McKenzie method is a system of musculoskeletal care that emphasizes patient empowerment by making sure patients are invested in their own PT at home as well as in the office.
The McKenzie Method is a comprehensive program that includes assessment, treatment and prevention of future injuries. It is useful for treating acute and chronic pain related to the discs of the spine in particular, though it is also effective for helping other orthopedic patients find relief from pain and lack of range of motion.
What can I expect during physical therapy?
Treatment begins with a thorough evaluation of your condition and developing a plan to help you build strength, flexibility and range of motion to improve your symptoms.
Depending on your condition and level of mobility, your physical therapist will use a range of treatment strategies and devices to help you feel and move better. Your physical therapist may use a combination of ice, heat, massage, ultrasound, exercise and other therapies to increase your blood flow and flexibility as well as reduce swelling and pain.
Our Physical Therapists
Hand Therapists In Knoxville
In our continued efforts to bring you the best care possible, we have a Certified Hand therapist to provide very specialized therapy to our patients who have lost or have reduced function in the hand, wrist, elbow and even shoulder.
Whether its arthritis slowing you down or a very delicate hand surgery, our Certified Hand Therapists will provide the therapeutic interventions needed to help each patient get back to everyday tasks as quickly as possible.