Physical Therapy at TOC Sevierville

Physical Therapy in Sevierville, TN

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance at Sevierville opened in the spring of 2014 to better serve Sevierville and surrounding communities with specialized orthopedic care. Staffed by a team of orthopedic specialists, our Sevierville orthopedic clinic provides the most comprehensive orthopedic care in the area.


1679 Veterans Blvd
Sevierville, TN 37862
Monday – Friday,
8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.





Clinical Director:

Kayla Gregg
For billing questions, please contact our central billing office at 865-694-7725.

Physical Therapy in Sevierville

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance is well known for its Therapy services. Our staff of licensed physical therapists are experts in their field, with either master’s or doctorate degrees in therapy from prestigious educational institutions, as well as decades of combined experience between them.

Many of our therapists are certified in the renowned McKenzie Method. The McKenzie Method is a comprehensive program that includes assessment, treatment, and prevention of future injuries. It is useful for treating acute and chronic pain related to the discs of the spine in particular, though it is also effective for helping other orthopedic patients find relief from pain and lack of range of motion.

Whether you’re recovering from an injury, healing from surgery, or need occupational therapy, the physical therapists at our Sevierville orthopedic clinic location can help you regain your healthy movement. Our expertly trained physical therapists will create a customized plan just for you to ensure the fastest possible recovery time.

What to Expect During Physical Therapy

Treatment with us begins with a thorough evaluation of your condition and developing a treatment plan that best assists you in building strength, flexibility, and range of motion to improve or diminish your symptoms.

There are many treatment strategies your therapist can use to help you depending on your symptoms and range of mobility. On top of strength and range of motion exercises, your therapist may use a combination of ice, heat, massage, ultrasound, and other therapies to increase blood flow and flexibility, all while reducing pain and swelling.

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