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Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Clinic – Greeneville
Rehabilitation services in Greeneville.
PHYSICAL THERAPY | OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY | SPEECH THERAPY
Rehabilitation combines your inner strength with the guidance of skilled professionals to help you live more fully.
If part of your body doesn’t work or move like it should, the Ballad Health outpatient rehabilitation team at Greeneville Community Hospital can help you build your skills and ease your pain.
Get the care you need to reach your potential!
Orthopedic conditions we treat
Ballad Health’s experienced physical therapists and occupational therapists treat a variety of orthopedic injuries and physical dysfunctions, including:
- Arthritis / tendonitis
- Back/neck injuries
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Chronic pain syndrome
- Joint replacements
- Ligament and tendon injuries
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Post-surgery repairs
- Sports-related injuries
- TMJ (temporomandibular joint)
Occupational health and Workers’ Compensation
Occupational health services focus on treating and preventing on-the-job injuries.
We also offer work conditioning programs designed to help injured employees return to work as soon as possible.
Speech and language therapy
Speech therapy can help you or your loved one talk, think and swallow better.
Ballad Health’s speech-language pathologists teach the skills needed to communicate, build relationships and get enough nutrition, so your family can enjoy a better quality of life.
People who suffer from brain, spinal cord or neuromuscular problems (such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease) can receive physical therapy, occupational therapy and/or speech therapy to maximize their functional skills for the best possible recovery.
Team up with friendly neurologic rehabilitation therapists for neurologic conditions including:
- Brain or spinal cord injury
- Brain tumor
- Multiple sclerosis
- Pain management
- Parkinson’s disease
If you have lost an arm or a leg from an amputation or received a new prosthetic device, you can benefit from physical therapy or occupational therapy.
Various treatments are used to restore mobility, build confidence and help you achieve a higher level of function.
We can treat you for all forms of arthritis and connective tissue disorders, including:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- and others
With proper care and treatment, you can gain confidence and greater independence to return to a functional lifestyle.
Hand therapists specialize in treating conditions that affect the upper extremities (the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder).
These conditions include carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist and finger fractures, arthritis, tendonitis, contractures*, burns and hand injuries (including tendon and nerve repairs, as well as amputations).
We provide a wide range of hand therapy options, such as:
- Custom splinting
- Muscle strengthening
- Joint and soft tissue mobilization
Our hand therapy team will help you regain mobility and ease pain.
*A contracture is a condition that causes the shortening and hardening of muscles, tendons and other tissues. Contractures often lead to rigid, deformed joints.
Pediatric rehabilitation and therapy
Outpatient services for children – from newborns to 16-year-olds – are provided by therapists who specialize in pediatrics.
Pediatric rehabilitation services are offered for:
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delays
- Language disorders
- Feeding difficulties
- Brain injuries
- Sensory integration disorders
- Neuromuscular conditions
- Spina bifida
- Brachial plexus injuries
Personalized rehabilitation programs focus on treating sports injuries, such as sprains, strains and pulls.
We create a program to help speed your recovery and conditioning for a quick return to the sport you love, whether you’re a young athlete or a weekend warrior.
Balance problems, dizziness, vertigo, lightheadedness, spinning or unsteadiness with quick turns or position changes – these can all be signs of an inner ear problem or balance dysfunction.
Our vestibular and balance programs are designed to assess fall risks and plan treatments, exercises and home modifications to improve your symptoms and decrease your risks.
Wound care support
Ballad Health rehabilitation clinics support patients from Ballad Health’s wound care centers by providing physical and/or occupational therapy services.
We provide education related to safety with walking, reducing the risk of falling, balance re-training and increasing independence with self-care activities and custom orthotic fabrication.
What about referrals and insurance?
We take referrals from all physicians – including yours.
And like all Ballad Health outpatient rehab centers, we accept most major insurance carriers, as well as Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Please call (423) 636-5400 for more details.
HoursOur office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Call Ballad HealthOutpatient Rehabilitation at Greeneville Community Hospital in Greeneville, Tennessee at (423) 636-5400.
Ballad Health also has other outpatient rehabilitation locations accross. Find a rehabilitation center near you.
Or learn more about Ballad Health’s rehabilitation services, what they are and how they can help.