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Part of our mission is to educate our patients on how to become better stewards of their bodies and health. We use this page as a forum to share information, news and insights to that end.

Any information contained below is not and cannot serve as specific medical advice. Even though we strive to share the most accurate, helpful and insightful information, we always recommend using your discretion and talking with your doctor before taking any medical advice you read online.

  • John Brannon Overcomes Golfers Elbow
    John Brannon is a patient at our Cool Springs-Franklin clinic.  John loves to play golf in his early retirement, but after too much golf, John came down with a case of G...
  • Tennis Elbow At-Home Therapy
    For tennis elbow, after a few visits to your physical therapist, he or she will give you an HEP. A home exercise program, or HEP, is a list of exercises your therapist w...
  • Tennis Elbow In-Clinic Therapy
    For tennis elbow, the first couple sessions of physical therapy will focus on gentle range of motion exercises and giving the tendons in the elbow a chance to heal. Your...
  • Tennis Elbow
    Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition that affects not just athletes, but anyone who performs repetitive motions of the wrist, forearm, or elbow...
  • Meniscus Surgery Won’t Stop Dylan
    Dylan Lafrenz is a patient at our Cool Springs location in Franklin.  Dylan is an athlete and likes to play football and lift weights.  He had a minor meniscus injury th...
  • Jumper’s Knee At-Home Therapy
    Jumper’s Knee, AKA patellar tendonitis, presents as persistent pain below the kneecap. Pain is first noticed with exercise, but as it progresses pain can continue ...
  • Jumper’s Knee In-Clinic Therapy
    On your first visit to physical therapy, you will undergo a full evaluation to determine any limitations in range of motion, any areas of muscle weakness, and any exerci...
  • Jumper’s Knee AKA Patellar Tendonitis
    Jumper’s Knee, also known as patellar tendonitis, presents as a sharp or persistent dull pain just inferior to the knee patella. The patellar “tendon” ...
  • Bobby Johnson’s Shoulder Surgery Gets Him Back to the Details
    Bobby Johnson, a patient at our Shelbyville clinic, has recently had surgery on his left shoulder to get him back to his business.  He owns a detail shop and after years...
  • Post-Surgery At-Home Shoulder Therapy
    Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery – Home Exercise Program (0 to 6 weeks post-op) A home exercise program, or HEP, is a list of exercises your therapist will assig...

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