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.
Rob’s brave story of having both total knees replaced at once. After years of playing sports, multiple motorcycle accidents and spending 32 years in Armed Forces, it was time to re evaluate both knee issues which caused severe pain and effected my quality of life.
Step one was a scope of both knees to repair torn meniscus and trying to somewhat reduce pain on both knees.
In Sept of 2019,
I was at Elite Physical Therapy and Balance getting treatment for my lower back injury. When my therapist was doing the manual treatment, I would hold my breath due to the discomfort of the treatment. I just could not relax. My therapist, Deborah told me to try breathing in my nose and out through my mouth during the treatment.
Daniel Robinson woke up with a knot in the muscles at the base of his skull that would shoot pain up and down his neck and left shoulder. After a trip to the doctor, he was sent to our Shelbyville Clinic to try therapy. After the second visit for therapy, Mr. Robinson began to tell a difference.
Linda Griffin came to our Shelbyville Clinic because of weakness in her legs due to Multiple Sclerosis. The tingling and burning in her hands and feet needed to be addressed despite the fact that it was not why she originally came to therapy. The wonderful therapists at Elite PT and Balance put together a plan using the latest technology to treat her neuropathy and weakness in legs.
I was in a razor wreck on August 11th, 2019. I was 13 years old and turned 14 in September with my halo on. I had a C1 and C2 fracture and an AO joint fracture, broke my ulnar styloid, had a 3rd degree burn on my wrist, a pulmonary contusion, cardiac contusion,
I was involved in a car accident on March 16, 2020. I had serious injuries which included two severe breaks in my femur and three fractured vertebrae’s in my neck.
After leaving Vanderbilt I was transported to a rehabilitation facility. My stay was during the COVID pandemic and I was unable to see my family.
On Christmas Day 2019, I was hanging a sign on the front of my barn at home approximately 15 feet in the air when I fell, landing on a concrete slab. I was taken by ambulance to Tennova Shelbyville emergency room. By the grace of God, scans and x-rays showed my only injuries were traumatic but fixable.
I have struggled with headaches for the better part of two decades. It took a long time to understand why I was getting them, and even longer to understand how I could best treat my headaches. I have never been a big fan of pills, and taking them to mask the symptoms of my headaches felt like slapping a band aid with minimal amounts of adhesive on it.