BenchMark Physical Therapy To Open New Clinic In Harrison

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Michael Petron, PT, DPT
Michael Petron, PT, DPT

BenchMark Physical Therapy will further serve the citizens of Chattanooga and surrounding communities through physical therapy, work conditioning and sports medicine in its new clinic opening in Harrison. The clinic will open April 30 at 8618 Highway 58 in Suite 103. 

Michael Petron, PT, DPT, will serve as the clinic director. Dr. Petron completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of North Georgia Health Sciences. He is certified in trigger point dry needling, a manual therapy technique using small, fine needles that are inserted into dysfunctional tissues. Dry needling targets the direct source of pain.

He has a special interest in treating patients suffering from orthopedic and spinal conditions, post-surgical rehabilitation, sports medicine, whiplash associated disorders, and vestibular dysfunctions. 

The clinic will also treat acute and chronic conditions, fibromyalgia, work comp injuries and more. 

BenchMark Physical Therapy is an evidence-based physical therapy practice with an emphasis in orthopedic rehabilitation, injured worker programs, sports medicine and various other specialty programs. BenchMark offers an in-house orthopedic residency program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association and offers expertise in orthopaedic manual therapy, a hands-on approach to patient care that’s proven more effective for many diagnoses, said officials. 

For more information, contact the clinic at 468-4221 or visit online here.

 

 



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