Erlanger Physical Therapy Hires Outpatient Physical Therapy Supervisor

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Erlanger Physical Therapy announces Robbie Miles, PT, ATC has joined as the new Outpatient Physical Therapy Supervisor for all six Erlanger clinics. 
 
Mr. Miles has over 20 years’ experience as a physical therapist and over 15 years’ of experience as an athletic trainer. He completed his physical therapy degree at the University of Tennessee, Memphis then began his career in Winston-Salem, NC, working for Orthopaedic Specialists of the Carolinas. In 2003 he completed his Athletic Training Certification before earning his Sports Clinical Specialists designation awarded by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists in 2009. 

In addition to serving as the clinic supervisor for all Erlanger Outpatient Physical Therapy locations, Mr. Miles continues to provide treatment to patients at Erlanger’s Chattanooga Bone and Joint location. He can treat a variety of orthopedic and sports injuries ranging from concussions to shoulder, spine, knee and ankle injuries. He is certified in dry needling and blood flow restriction therapy as well as many forms of manual therapy and soft tissue release techniques.

Mr. Miles continues to provide athletic training services to community high schools and rehabilitation to collegiate athletes in the area. He has even provided athletic training services at the NCAA Division 1 level and with NASCAR.  

Erlanger Physical Therapy has six outpatient clinics located in downtown Chattanooga, East Brainerd, D1 Chattanooga – Sports Training, Ooltewah-Collegedale and Cleveland, as well as a Ringgold location. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit Erlanger.org/pt.


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