Physical therapy in Knoxville – Northshore

Knoxville – Northshore

9305 S Northshore Dr
Knoxville, Tennessee 37922

On the corner of Ebenezer and Northshore, between the Weigel’s and Advanced Auto Parts. We are in the front building facing the lake. *Don’t go to the building on top of the hill.

Book now

Office Hours

Sun
Closed
Mon
7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Tue
8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Wed
7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Thu
8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Fri
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Sat
Closed
Northshore-TN.jpg

We realize you have a choice when it comes to selecting your physical therapy provider, and we look forward to providing you with exceptional care and a remarkable experience at our Knoxville – Northshore physical therapy clinic!

Our mission is to serve our patients and we are committed to treating each of them promptly with integrity, honesty and compassion. Our reputation for best-in-class physical therapy, patient care and unparalleled customer service, combined with our local and regional density, make us the physical therapy clinic of choice for both patients and referral sources in Knoxville – Northshore.

We are part of the Upstream Rehabilitation family of clinical care, a network of industry-leading brands providing world-class physical and occupational therapy services across the US.

How Our Knoxville – Northshore PT Clinic Can Help

See below for a list of physical therapy treatments available at our Knoxville – Northshore clinic. Schedule an appointment to get started today.

Testimonials

Great care and Physical Therapists expertise helped me reach goals in recuperating from full hip replacement.
Allison was my therapist and she was very competent, enthusiastic, and encouraging. I highly recommend her. The office is very pleasant and everyone is helpful and nice...
One of the best aqua physical therapists is Andrea. After working with her for the past four months, I can now walk up stairs with no aid, be independent because I am strong enough thanks to the work she did with me. The encouragement alone is the reason I dropped 2 sizes and now I swim regularly thanks to her. I have to have surgery again and will need more aqua physical therapy after and you can bet that she is the only person I am going to go to. So that I can recover as fast as possible thanks...
As a retired nurse, I have always been receptive to PT as a source of help..mostly for past sports injuries, which I did with good results and without surgeries. With aging, I have now experienced mobility problems from a "quick" onset of arthritis in my hip, which curbed all of my sports and exercising as well. But I was not ready to even consider surgery and had other health issues that would take 8 months to resolve before surgery would be an option. Went to another PT without much success. Stumbled onto benchmark and Casey recommended aqua therapy after an...
Update September 2019: Getting old isn't easy! From a combination of arthritis and a torn medial meniscus, my right knee was painful and my ability to walk severely curtailed. I was even thinking about canes and surgery, but decided to try PT first. So, I went back for another round, this time for my bad knee. I had days when I could hardly ambulate, but after a few sessions, mobility began to improve, and within about 6 weeks (also doing my exercises at home "pretty" regularly) I'm walking without pain, reduced reliance on NSAIDS, and am able to navigate airports...

Request An Appointment