Erlanger Physical Therapy Opens New Outpatient Therapy Location In Ooltewah

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Erlanger Physical Therapy in Ooltewah
Erlanger Physical Therapy in Ooltewah

Erlanger announces a new location for Erlanger Physical Therapy providing outpatient services in Ooltewah.

Each location offers comprehensive physical therapy evaluations, screenings and treatments. ACL injury, total knee and hip replacements, sports injuries and concussion management are just a few of the broad scope of services offered. While serving a full spectrum of patient needs, Erlanger Physical Therapy focuses on restoring function, relieving pain, and helping patients safely get back to the activities they enjoy.

“We are happy to offer an additional convenient location for patients to receive quality physical therapy needed to recover and resume activities,” stated Lori Jurczak, Erlanger director of Rehab Services.

Erlanger Physical Therapy’s team of specialists have achieved national certification in soft tissue therapy, orthopaedics, concussion management, dry needling, manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and ACL injury prevention. Additionally, Erlanger Physical Therapy stands apart with a specialized sports focus. For example, Erlanger’s location at D1 includes an indoor turf field for running drills, agility training, and sports specific exercises under the supervision of your therapist providing a simple transition from rehab back to training. Erlanger’s physical therapists help athletes of all levels to optimize movement patterns, improve joint range of motion, increase strength, balance, and proprioception, and decrease pain and soft tissue restrictions that limit athletes from completing their desired activities.

The new Ooltewah location joins five other Erlanger Physical Therapy offices located in downtown Chattanooga, East Brainerd, D1 Chattanooga – Sports Training, and Cleveland, as well as a Ringgold location. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit Erlanger.org/pt.


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