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 Golfer’s Elbow, also known as Tennis Elbow. What was originally elbow tendonitis turned into a much more painful case as John tried to keep playing through the pain.
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 that occurred in a football game, but finally tore it completely while squatting weights. The injury required Dylan to have meniscus surgery and has kept him from being active,
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 of Wax On / Wax Off, his left shoulder finally broke down and needed repairing. Since the surgery, Bobby has been limited at work and playing games,
Amanda Satterfield is a patient at our Shelbyville clinic. Amanda was running around her block when she hyperextended her right knee. She went to the doctor who ordered an MRI, which showed that she tore her meniscus and some cartilage in her knee. Her knee cap was also displaced due to the swelling as the fluid was pushing it to the side of her leg.
Christie Huggins is a patient our Cool Springs clinic in Franklin. When Christie was a teenager, she had a bad automobile accident on the Interstate where she topped a hill to a backup of cars from a wreck a mile or so ahead. Not having time to even hit her brakes, she veered to the right to miss the car but clipped the back end of the automobile.
Below is Sharon Seibers story about her total knee replacement and subsequent therapy at Elite:
“I had a motorcycle accident about 22 years ago and I was told I would probably need a total knee replacement when I got older. Well the time came when I was hurting so bad that I finally decided to have it done.
Karen Phillips has been battling a myriad of arm problems including tennis elbow, trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome. This past episode included her hand locking up around a car part at her work. She was working hard trying to get orders out and her hand just froze around the part. She had to have someone assist her in getting the part out of her hand.
Malik Trollinger is a patient at our Shelbyville clinic. Malik was working out with his football team doing dead-lifts. He had 395 pounds on the bar, but when he lifted the bar, he heard a lot of cracking and immediately dropped the weight. He knew something was immediately wrong and called for the trainer to check him out.
Barb Stull is a patient in our Shelbyville clinic. She has been diagnosed with Cervicalgia, a non-radiating pain in the neck. Barb strained her neck when she was doing some lifting that ultimately pulled a muscle in her neck. The injury has kept her from some daily activities, but most importantly, it has kept her from bowling.
Martha “Marty” Weidenbach is a patient in our Shelbyville clinic. Marty battles multiple sclerosis on a daily basis. Because there is not cure for MS, Elite can help Marty and other patients manage their symptoms and pain through physical therapy when needed. Unfortunately for Marty, over the last year her MS has caused weakness in her left leg which was leading to falling regularly.