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  • icon BenchMark Physical Therapy partners with 11 year-old-patient to host toy drive for East Tennessee Children's Hospital
  • icon SERC Physical Therapy opens new clinic in Sedalia
  • icon Peak Physical Therapy opens new clinic in Denison

BenchMark Physical Therapy partners with 11 year-old patient to host a teddy bear, card game and board game drive benefiting the patients of East Tennessee Children’s Hospital

Dec. 2, 2016, Knoxville, TN – For the second year, BenchMark Physical Therapy is partnering with an 11-year-old patient to host a kids’ toy fundraising drive for the patients at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. In 2014, Emilie hosted a teddy bear drive by herself and collected over 900 bears. In 2015, BenchMark and Emily teamed up to collect over 1,000 bears. This year, we will continue to collect bears, as well as new board games and card games. The hospital’s largest current need are board games and card games. To protect patients from the possible spread of germs, these items are not shared, because the cardboard or paper materials cannot be thoroughly disinfected. The most requested card games are Uno, Skip Bow and Phase 10. Great board games include Candyland, HiHo Cherry-o, Chutes and Ladders, Operation, Sorry, Monopoly and memory matching board games. We request that teddy bears be new and standard sized. To donate, please bring the new items to any of the 16 BenchMark Physical Therapy clinics throughout Knoxville and the surrounding areas. Financial donations will also be accepted and will be used to purchase more teddy bears. The drive will continue through December 22, 2016. Fifth-grader Emilie Gregg suffers from several uncommon diseases, including a rare blood disorder, Hypoplasminogenemia, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Neurofibromatosis, epilepsy and a genetic cardiac disease. Emilie has been receiving treatments at Children’s Hospital in Knoxville for the past seven years. For more information, contact the Harriman clinic at 865-882-9183 or visit us online to find the clinic closest to you. BenchMark Physical Therapy is an evidence-based physical therapy practice with an emphasis in orthopedic rehabilitation, injured worker programs, sports Read More

SERC Physical Therapy opens new clinic in Sedalia

Brandon Fletcher in front of the new Sedalia clinic SERC Physical Therapy will now serve the citizens of Sedalia and surrounding communities through physical therapy, work conditioning and sports medicine in its new clinic. The clinic opened Monday, October 31 at 115 W Broadway Blvd. in suite 300. Brandon Fletcher, DPT, ATC, MBA, will treat patients at the clinic as the clinic director. He graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Mo. after graduating in athletic training from Graceland University in Des Moines, Iowa. Fletcher sits on the board as secretary of the Northwest District Missouri Physical Therapy Association. He has worked with SERC in Warrensburg throughout his five years with the company. Fletcher treats a variety of conditions. They range from post-operative care to back pain and sports injuries. Additionally, he treats both acute and chronic neck pain and headaches. He also can aid in elite sports performance, concussion recovery and strength and performance training. He is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling. The clinic offers complimentary assessments with an appointment. SERC 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 within Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. The company is committed to improving the health and quality of life of individuals through advanced training and physical therapy practices. For more information, contact the clinic at 660-827-2942, or visit online here. To read what the Sedalia Democrat had to say, click here. Read More

Peak Physical Therapy opens new clinic in Denison 

Shannon BoydJune 27, 2016Peak Physical Therapy will continue to serve the citizens of Denison and surrounding communities through physical therapy, work conditioning and sports medicine in its new clinic. The clinic opened June 28 at 3515 W FM 120, Suite 103. Shannon Boyd, doctor of physical therapy, will treat patients at the clinic as the clinic director. Shannon received his doctorate of physical therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. He is currently in manual therapy fellowship training with Regis University in Denver, CO. Shannon’s expertise is in treating back and neck pain, sports related injuries and general orthopedics. He currently serves at our Sherman, TX clinic location. Peak 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. The company is committed to improving the health and quality of life of individuals through advanced training and physical therapy practices. For more information, contact the clinic at 903-337-1362 or visit online at peak-therapy.com.     Read More