Each patient who steps into Franklin Rehabilitation will be greeted by a leading team of highly experienced physical therapists and medical professionals. Our team is equipped with the necessary technology, tools, and methods for providing our patients with the highest quality care. We use scientific approaches to conservative contemporary treatments, in order to design the best treatment plans for the needs of each patient. This process includes sophisticated diagnostic tools, such as movement investigation and gait analysis, to arrive at the best prescription for treatment. These plans are aimed at helping our patients achieve pain relief, healing, and future injury prevention.
At Franklin Rehabilitation, we provide some of the best physical therapy services in the Franklin area. Our specialties include manual therapy, sports medicine, spinal mobilization/stabilization, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point release, movement pattern re-education, TMJ, kinesio taping, cupping, dry needling, instrument-assisted soft tissue release (IASTR), and joint mobilization. Our practice also has a certification in Applied Functional Science. Our dedicated team is comprised of experienced professionals in the field of physical therapy. They include Amy Renken, PT; and Margaret Mooney, PT, DPT. Our team is passionate about helping our patients achieve their optimum levels of physical function, capability, and excellence. They are well trained and knowledgeable in the realm of training, providing pain relief, promoting healing, and preventing injuries.
Individualized treatment plans
Franklin Rehabilitation is a practice dedicated to helping patients reach their goals and improve their physical abilities. Our ambition is to provide leading physiotherapy and athletic services in the Franklin area. With our services, patients will be able to reach their highest levels of mobility and function, without being limited by pain or discomfort. Schedule an appointment with us today to get started on improving your physical capabilities and alleviating any pain you may be feeling!
Back pain is shockingly common, with 39% of all American adults reporting some form of back pain. It gets more common with age, too; 44.3% of people over age 45 say their back hurts, and 45.6% of people over the age of 65 report pain in their back.