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Cumberland Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy services clinic, therapist owned and operated, private practice outpatient physical therapy clinic.
The owners/operators have almost 60 years of combined physical therapy experience.
Ask your doctor for a referral and come and see one of our physical therapists for a customized program.
We specialize in orthopedic patients including joint replacements, ACL rehab, and rotator cuff rehab. We also have years of experience treating patients with shoulder dysfunctions such as frozen shoulder, impingement syndromes and tendonitis/bursitis.
CPT is second to none in the Upper Cumberland with results when it comes to hip, knee and ankle rehab. We treat the whole patient, not just the diagnosis and strive to get you back to work, play and your daily activities as quickly as possible.
All of our patients are treated by licensed staff. We do not utilize unlicensed technicians or aids. We strive to provide each patient with an individualized plan of care and committed to providing the most up to date physical therapy treatments that are known today.
Offers a hands on approach including ultrasound, massage, electrical stimulation, traction and therapeutic exercises designed to restore function to your spine. If you suffer from back or neck pain, physical therapy can be your road to less pain and better movement.
We would like to let you know that beginning Monday, April 2, 2018 we will be providing your care at our new location at 543 East Spring Street, Cookeville, TN 38501. We are excited about this move as it will allow us to provide more privacy for you and our other patients during treatments. The office is conveniently located just past the square on Spring Street next to Cross Roads Music Store.
Our phone number, email and web address will all remain the same. Of course, our quality service and hands on care will continue. We are excited about the move into our new space and happy that you will be part of this time of change in our practice!
COMMON CONDITIONS TREATED
We want to provide our patients an opportunity to improve their quality of life and overcome barriers to physical function. By focusing on root causes and not just symptoms our vision is to also get the greatest pain relief and to improve each patient’s overall health and emotional well-being. As physical therapists we aim to teach and guide our patients in long lasting changes in modifying their activities and to take home a positive attitude with well thought out maintenance goals for their continued improvement.
We provide one-on-one patient care at our facilities but within a fun and energized atmosphere. Being welcomed and energized is a great benefit to overcome some of those personally embarrassing moments or subject matter, to an overall emotional optimism that it takes during some of the most difficult of times our patients may be facing in their lives.
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Restore optimum mobility and strength in your new joint.
Back and Neck Pain
Conservative treatment of pain. Increase function and prevent re-injury.
Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain
Restore joint stability, decrease inflammation and improve back and hip pain.
Rotator Cuff Dysfunction
Decrease pain, avoid surgery, or recover after surgery.
Decrease pain, learn self- management and prevent re-injury
Learn to manage daily pain and decrease flareups. Prevent weakness and loss of function.
Improve balance, coordination and strength for optimum movement function.
Pain management to promote healing. Restore motion and strength.
Management of acute pain and swelling followed by strengthening and dynamic mobility/balance
Physical Therapy Equipment
Bosu balls, weighted balls with rebounder, Pilates tower and reformer, ultrasound machines, electrical stimulation equipment and various forms of heat and cold treatment.
Learn safe exercises and restore mobility and strength. Management of lymphedema.
Restore Muscle Strength
Large open gym space with spacious mat tables and traditional gym equipment including weight machines and recumbent bikes and upper body ergometer.
Improve pelvic conditions including urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse and pelvic pain
Fine needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points (painful knots in muscles, tendons, ligaments or near nerves).
Therapist uses specially designed tools to manipulate soft tissue structures including scar tissue, tendons, fascia, and muscles.
SPECIALTY SERVICE AREAS
Featuring therapists with continued education and certifications to provide the most up to date physical therapy service available
Dry Needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points (painful knots in muscles, tendons, ligaments or near nerves). This is done in order to stimulate a healing response in our patients' painful musculoskeletal conditions.
Utilized for improved motor control of the pelvic floor muscle to improve pelvic conditions including urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse and pelvic pain. Synergy 3D software utilized with up to date biofeedback equipment.
Therapeutic Pilates Program
Classical Pilates based exercises modified to meet the unique needs of physical therapy patients suffering from musculoskeletal diagnosis that limit normal movement. We utilize a traditional Pilates reformer and tower with our program.
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. A form of therapy where the therapist uses specially designed tools to manipulate soft tissue structures including scar tissue, tendons, fascia, and muscles. Various tools are utilized for cupping, stretching and scrapping to safely resolve tendinopathies, scar tissue problems and other soft tissue dysfunctions by stimulating the remodeling of abnormal scar or fibrosis.
About Cumberland Physical Therapy
We are located in Cookeville, TN which offers a unique balance of city convenience and small town charm, safety and hospitality. It is the home of TN Tech University, Burgess Falls and numerous other natural areas and golf courses.
OUR QUALIFIED TEAM
Marsha Bowman, PT, DPT, WCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy & Co-owner
Marsha received her doctorate of physical therapy from Northeastern University where she completed her research on utilization of physical therapy following female pelvic surgery. Her facultative area of the doctorate program was in pelvic physical therapy. Marsha also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from the University of Memphis Health Science Center. Marsha received her CAPP (certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy) from Brooks University in Jacksonville, FL in 2012. She is also a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy. She has been practicing physical therapy since 1986 working in a variety of settings. Marsha has a special area of interest in women’s health and treating patients suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain. She enjoys working with all types of patients and is committed to CPT’s mission to provide quality care and compassionate hands on approach to assist patients in obtaining optimal functional outcomes. In her spare time, Marsha enjoys camping with her husband and dogs and teaching Pilates as a certified mat instructor.
Lisa West, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant & Co-owner
Lisa West received her associate of science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Tulsa Jr. College in Tulsa, OK. She received her Bachelors of Science from Bethel University in March 2015. She is certified in Kineseo-tex tape. Lisa has been practicing since 1988. Lisa has been working at Cumberland Physical Therapy where she has earned great respect from both patients and physicians by providing outstanding care for her patients. Lisa enjoys working with all types of orthopedic patients including shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries as well as providing physical therapy for all types of postoperative orthopedic procedures. Lisa works hard every day to challenge her patients through rigorous therapeutic exercise programs as they work to obtain goals for return to life, work and sport. Lisa enjoys hiking with her husband, Don, and playing with her 3 grandchildren.
Stephanie Mayo, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Stephanie received her doctorate of physical therapy from Northeastern University where she completed her case research on scapular dyskinesia. She also had an emphasis on exercise and the older adult as a facultative area of the doctorate program. Stephanie also holds Bachelor of Science degrees in physical therapy from Tennessee State University and biology from Middle Tennessee State University. She is certified in Kineseo-tex taping technique. Stephanie has been a practicing physical therapist since 1993 with a variety of clinical experience including hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, and home health care. Stephanie is excited to be a member of the staff at Cumberland Physical Therapy. She enjoys seeing a wide range of patients and is committed to CPT’s mission to provide quality care and compassionate hands on approach to assist patients as they seek optimum function.
Caitlin Courtner, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Caitlin received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Belmont University in Nashville, TN in 2013. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Union University in Jackson, TN. Caitlin has worked in a number of clinical setting with most of her experience within the outpatient environment. She loves being part of the Cumberland Physical Therapy team where she is able to provide one-to-one attention to each patient and help them reach their goals and optimal level of function. In her free time, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her husband and son, along with their dog "Punk".
Mia Gregory, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Mia received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN in May of 2017. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from East Tennessee State University. She is excited to be part of the Cumberland Physical Therapy team. In her free time, Mia enjoys spending time with her husband, Daniel, on their family farm taking care of their fur babies.
Lee Ann Hall, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Lee Ann is a Cookeville native and graduated from Cookeville High School in 1987. She attended Volunteer State Community College and earned an Associate Degree in the Physical Therapist Assistant program in 1990. She has experience in home health care, acute care, skilled nursing facility, and outpatient. She is glad to have the opportunity to serve patients in a relaxed environment and deliver quality, hands on care. She has been married to Philip since 1991, and they have one son, Ryan.
Hayden Ervin, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Hayden joined our CPT team in September of 2016 after his graduation from Vol State. Hayden and his wife, Katie, live in Smithville, Tennessee. Hayden is no stranger to CPT Sparta, as he spent one of his clinical rotations with us there while in school. In his free time Hayden enjoys golfing and loves talking about all sports.
Jennifer has held an Associate's Degree in Healthcare Management with specialty in coding and billing, since 05/2012. She earned her certified professional coder designation in August 2013 and also became ICD-10 certified in October 2014. Jennifer enjoys going to Titans games with her husband, Shane, and horse shows with their daughter, Jaycee.
Office Manger - Sparta
Shane Mangrum is the Office Manger at our Sparta location. Shane joined our team in September of 2017 after working over a decade in the property and casualty insurance industry. He enjoys nothing more than spending time with his wife, Jen, and daughter, Jaycee. Shane also really enjoys being a season ticket holder of the Titans and attending games with his wife.
WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US
I had a great experience with Marsha and Cumberland Physical Therapy. Initially a total skeptic, Marsha quickly made me a believer! CPT was my closest "in network" pelvic physical therapy provider, but they are by no means local to me. I traveled from another state. It was worth the drive! Staff was wonderful as well! Highly recommend CPT!
I have been seeing Marsha for Pelvic Floor Therapy. She has helped me so much. I highly recommend using these ladies. Ladies if you are having bladder problems go see Marsha.
This was my first appointment with them. I got in early and they were very polite and courteous. They were very knowledgeable. They didn't work me over too bad.
Max Amoss III
Tony Phillips gives Cumberland Physical Therapy a Five Star review on Facebook
I had a complete Rotator Cuff Tear to my right shoulder. It was extensive surgery. I was referred to Cumberland Physical Therapy by two friends that have been there. Shoulder surgery requires months of extensive physical therapy and my shoulder has been very difficult and stiff. This fine group of therapist have gone out of their way to help me regain use of my arm and shoulder. I will be forever grateful to them for everything they have done for me!
Rick Alexander gives Cumberland Physical Therapy a Five Star review on Facebook
Almost 3 years ago, i tore my rotator cuff and i just randomly picked a therapist from the list. Boy did i luck out!! When i tore my other rotator cuff and had to have it surgically repared as well, there was no other option for me! The ladies at Cumberland Physical Therapy are great and i highly recommend them if you're unfortunate enough to need therapy.
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