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Sullivan Center Outpatient Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy – Kingsport

About

103 W Stone Dr.
Kingsport, TN 37660
(423) 224-5751
36.5576411
-82.5518921

 
A department of Holston Valley Medical Center

Located on the outpatient campus for Holston Valley Medical Center, Sullivan Center is a 25,000-square-foot outpatient facility offering state-of-the-art services for rehabilitation and physical therapy.

What we do at Sullivan Center

The physical therapists and rehabilitation experts at Sullivan Center provide effective, patient-centered rehabilitation and therapy in a friendly environment.

Personalized treatment programs are delivered with clinical expertise, genuine care and compassion.

Because of our patient-centered approach and commitment to exceptional patient service, Sullivan Center has been consistently ranked among the top five percent of outpatient rehabilitation facilities nationally.

Outpatient rehabilitation services available

For more than two decades, Sullivan Center has been Kingsport’s trusted source for the evaluation and treatment of both surgical and non-surgical orthopedic conditions.

Today, Sullivan Center continues to provide a wide range of physical therapy and rehabilitative services, including:

  • Aquatic therapy
  • Hand therapy
  • Lymphedema and post-cancer therapies
  • Orthopedic therapy and post-surgery rehabilitation
    • Total joint replacement, including knee and hip
    • Rotator cuff repairs
    • Neck and back pain
    • Knee arthroscopy
    • ACL reconstruction
    • Joint sprains and strains
    • Running injuries
    • Fall and balance disorders
  • Pediatric therapy
  • Sports medicine therapy and conditioning
  • Urinary incontinence therapy
  • Women’s health and therapy
  • Workers’ compensation treatment

Getting started with treatment at Sullivan Center

Physician referral

Beginning a physical therapy program at Sullivan Center can be as simple as talking to your primary care physician about any conditions you have that may be causing pain or restricting your activities.

Your physician may provide a referral for physical therapy, after which you can contact Sullivan Center at (423) 224-5751 to schedule an appointment.

Arriving at your appointment

Please plan to arrive at Sullivan Center 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete the necessary paperwork for your first visit. Also, be sure to bring your physician order for therapy, as well as your insurance card and photo identification.

Patients younger than 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian during their first visit.

What to wear

You are encouraged to wear loose, comfortable clothing that won’t restrict movement.

What to expect

A Sullivan Center therapist will review and discuss your medical history with you. The therapist will also perform a musculoskeletal evaluation to assist in designing a specialized treatment program.

Starting treatment

Many patients begin treatment on the same day as their initial visit and evaluation.

Looking for services outside Kingsport?

Ballad Health offers outpatient rehabilitation and physical therapy clinics across the region.

You can also visit the medical services section to learn more about our rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

 

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What's New

Friday, March 15, 2019

Save the date: ‘Broadway Comes to Greeneville’ on March 24

On Sunday, March 24, “Broadway Comes to Greeneville” will showcase young talent from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia performing with professional Broadway stars. The Broadway-style show, now in its eighth year, raises awareness for Niswonger Children’s Hospital. ... read more about Save the date: ‘Broadway Comes to Greeneville’ on March 24.

Friday, March 8, 2019

From the jungles to the mountains, surgery fits Dr. Jeremy Meyer

When he sewed up a deep cut to the bone in the jungle of Nicaragua on a mission trip shortly after he graduated from college, Dr. Jeremy Meyer was convinced of the critical importance of surgery. Now, he finds his calling to do surgery closer to home at Mountain States Medical Group General Surgery as the group’s newest surgeon. ... read more about From the jungles to the mountains, surgery fits Dr. Jeremy Meyer.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Annual Shamrock 4 Miler set for March 15; registration is open

Break out your running shoes and St. Patrick’s Day attire; the annual Johnston Memorial Hospital Shamrock 4 Miler and Leprechaun Walk is set for Friday, March 15, at 7 p.m. ... read more about Annual Shamrock 4 Miler set for March 15; registration is open.