At Regional One Health’s Center for Rehabilitative Medicine, we collaborate with our patients to develop progressive paths to wellness through an effective three-part approach:
- State-Of-The-Art Technology: We use the latest technology to accurately assess a patient’s current condition and needs.
- Innovative Care Plans: We create plans that pair traditional therapy with other services to address rehabilitation needs as part of overall health and wellness.
- Thoughtful Analysis: As a care team, we continuously review progress with our patients to monitor and adjust care plans to maximize results.
Make an appointment today. Call 901-515-5900 for more information or to make an appointment.
Pelvic floor physical therapist Darianne Butler can help patients struggling with pelvic pain and dysfunction improve their quality of life
Regional One Health has recently added Darianne Butler, DPT, to its Center for Rehabilitative Medicine team. She is certified in pelvic floor physical therapy, which can help patients with issues like pelvic and abdominal pain, [...]
Regional One Health hosts advanced training for therapists looking to improve care for musculoskeletal dysfunction
Regional One Health’s East Campus will host an advanced training program on the Graston Technique, which therapists can use to expand their options for treating patients with various forms of musculoskeletal dysfunction. The M2-Advanced [...]
Center for Rehabilitative Medicine offers hope for Parkinson’s patients thanks to full range of unique therapies
Recently added is a specialty program which is specifically geared toward persons with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s. It complements the unique Parkinson’s speech therapy they were already providing.
Student athletes Ty and Sariah Conley get to the next level with Regional One Health’s Post-Rehab Wellness Program
“Physical training isn’t only about the training. It’s counseling, mentorship and coaching all in one,” Robinson said. “It’s easy for young athletes to get overwhelmed. My role is to work with them so they are physically and mentally prepared for training and for competition.”