Physical Therapy Now An Option At The Center For Integrative Medicine

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

After eight successful years at its location on 3rd Street, The Center for Integrative Medicine moved to Main Street.  With the move, the practice added Physical Therapy as a treatment option for its patients.  Allen Bible, PT, DPT will be treating patients and operating the Physical Therapy Department. 

“The Center for Integrative Medicine has been offering some incredible services for years in Chattanooga.”  Mr. Bible added, “Physical Therapy is a natural fit for this practice.  I am excited to be working alongside so many other great practitioners.  On staff we have two Physicians, a Nurse Practitioner, a Physician Assistant, a Dietician, Clinical Counselors, Manual Soft Tissue Therapists, a Hormone Replacement Specialist, and an Acupuncturist.”

Mr. Bible enjoys working with patients who are suffering from common musculoskeletal ailments and rehabilitating patients who have recently undergone orthopedic surgeries.

The Center for Integrative Medicine is located at 320 East Main Street.  To reach the Physical Therapy Department, please call (423) 643-1940, email abible@cim.md or visit www.cim.md.




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