Jack Wilson loves to skateboard. It was actually a skateboarding accident that caused him to fall off a cracked sidewalk. He landed onto his palm and that’s where all his trouble began. He had an official diagnosis of Distal Radius Fracture, which is a wrist fracture. It’s one of the most common types of bone fractures.
On October 8th, 2020 Tim Phillips tested positive for Covid-19 at Tennova Healthcare in Shelbyville. He spent 3 days in the hospital. He was later transferred due to the fact regular oxygen became ineffective, and had to be placed on a ventilator for 8 ½ days. He later returned to Tennova and admitted to the Critical Care Unit.
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Sheree Hester was very anxious about her first visit for physical therapy after shoulder replacement. Sheree works in healthcare and over the years due to heavy lifting and pulling, she was in need of shoulder replacement.
Ms. Hester’s plan of care started with pain control and maintaining the motion at her wrist and elbow.
On August 7, 2020, Dawayne “Wormy” Boyce’s life changed in seconds. He got up as usual, bright and early to get all his chores done. Dawayne and his son, Ben, are Bedford County cattle farmers. Wormy didn’t know it yet, but that day was going to be very different. Wormy was sick with a high temperature and coughing;
After cervical spinal fusion eight years ago, Rita McBee relies on physical therapy to help her with neck pain, stiffness and burning caused from arthritis. Keeping her up at night and from enjoying daily activities, Rita knew it was time for physical therapy at the Shelbyville clinic of Elite Physical Therapy.
Rita says “the staff at Elite Physical Therapy thoroughly evaluated my pain and set out a plan of care to give me relief.
Stacey Martin came to our Cool Springs Elite Physical Therapy & Balance Center desperate, and looking for help with her come & go dizziness. Stacey describes her symptoms as feeling like you are falling or trying to get off of something spinning every time you laid down or got up. It was affecting her balance and her daily activities.
Ms. Ardis Rittenberry – or Ms. Ritt, as we call her – has been a patient at our Shelbyville clinic for several months now for bulging disc/sciatica. She originally came for her low back pain and complained of “walking like an old lady” because of her pain. Ms. Ritt is very active in her community and has great-grandchildren to play with,
Before I tell you how I utilized Direct Access, let me tell you about how my experience with Elite begin. Back in 2007, I literally tore my knee into pieces while playing a pickup game of hoops. My MCL, ACL and Meniscus were all torn. After surgery, one of the therapists at Elite noticed a “leaky”
My battle with Morton’s Neuroma started when I made friends with my neighbors who happen to be professional wrestlers. One offered to train me and help me loose weight-which I definitely need- and so I went to our apartment gym with him. In the process of doing a new exercise regime and attempting to impress this giant man with muscles the size of my thighs,
Charlotte Morris experienced a fall while on vacation in Florida. She hit her head in the fall, causing a concussion and diminished balance which of course put her at an even higher fall risk. The increased dizziness has created a real fear of falling again therefore, she needed a walker to feel safe when walking.