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Get back to feeling your best. Schedule an appointment or walk-in today!

Our professional Fast Pace Physical Therapy staff will provide customized, conservative care for your injuries. We can help address your orthopedic, sports medicine, work-related, or other injuries and/or conditions. Physical therapy administered before or after surgery has been proven to have multiple benefits. Multiple joints often need strengthening and movement training in everyday use as well. Fast Pace Physical Therapy's helpful care can aid in injuries such as sprains, strains, fracture treatment, and more.

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What services are included in Physical Therapy?

Our goal is to develop a plan that prioritizes your care needs and addresses your impairments. We help patients to recognize unhealthy posture and movement habits to relieve stress from overused, injured, and repaired joints for long-term success and return to healthy walking, running, sports and hobbies. Schedule or walk-in today.

Services include:

  • Injury Screenings
  • Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
  • Lower Extremity Rehabilitation
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Pre and Post-operative Care
  • Cervicogenic Headaches
  • Balance Problems
  • Gait Analysis
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Work Conditioning/Hardening
  • Manual Therapy and Modalities
  • Dry Needling
Physical Therapy Providers
  • Zachary BerryDPT, Tennessee
  • Colin LaughlinDPT, Louisiana
  • Brett RolisonDPT, Tennessee
  • Susan RushPT, MPA, Tennessee
  • Stephanie BrownMPT, Alabama
  • Atiba CallinsPT, Alabama

Frequently asked questions

  • What is physical therapy?
    Physical therapy (PT) helps people recover from surgery, an accident or injury. PT also helps when a person’s body is not functioning at what is considered normal for them—perhaps they had a heart attack, stroke or fall; or are dealing with a neurological disease; or even facing aging and incontinence. Physical therapy helps when the body is changing in a way that is affecting function and quality of life.
  • What happens in a therapy session?
    There’s always an element of patient education to help people discover what they are doing on a daily basis that could be contributing to their problem. The physical therapist may need to re-educate a person on lifting something correctly or moving properly.
  • Why do I have to do these exercises?
    Physical therapists sometimes push people beyond their limit or comfort zone a little bit, encouraging them to go beyond what they think they can do. Physical therapists try to look at things objectively and implement different tests with patients.
  • Why do exercises make me sore?
    Ultimately, we’re trying to get people to a point where they can maintain themselves and do their exercises at home or at the gym and go on with their lives. We push people so they can be independent and not reliant on us, medication or other treatments.
  • Why does physical therapy take longer than I had thought?
    Physical therapy is not a quick fix. PT follows the way our anatomy and bodies operate. There’s a certain amount of time that is required for certain types of tissue in the body to repair themselves.
  • Do I really have to do home exercises?
    The responsibility for improvement falls on the individual, too. The stretching and strengthening exercises are really something that has to be done almost daily.
  • Will I definitely improve with physical therapy?
    More often than not, people do not return to the way they were prior to whatever event they faced. Once the body sustains a trauma, it really doesn’t completely go back to the way it was. So there’s a level of education in explaining how the body heals itself and how scar tissue can limit movement.
  • How does physical therapy differ for older adults?
    The timeline of healing and recovery is going to be longer, because with the aging process, seniors don’t heal as quickly as someone younger.

We accept most major insurance plans.

No insurance? No problem. We offer a simple self-pay option.

FastPace accepts most private insurance plans. All payments, including your co-pay,
coinsurance, and/or deductible, are due at the time of service.

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