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TOA to Launch Sports Performance Center


 
Rob Simmons

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance is growing again. Slated for an early 2020 opening, the TOA Sports Performance Center in Franklin will house physicians and services currently found at the TOA Franklin location in Williamson Medical Center.

Located at 215 Gothic Court (formerly A-Game Sportsplex), the Sports Performance Center will include an 8,500-square-foot facility that will serve as TOA's Williamson County hub for urgent care, physical therapy and performance training.

"We plan to engage with the community in a number of ways by combining our orthopedic expertise with a more holistic approach to an active lifestyle," said TOA Chief Executive Officer Rob Simmons. That approach, he noted, includes yoga and fitness classes, as well as group and one-on-one strength and conditioning programs, nutrition services and after-hours orthopedic urgent care.

Expanded services will include specialized physical therapy, preventative and post injury performance and conditioning training. "Our strength and conditioning coaches will be aligned with our PT specialist to provide contiguous care, so that once physical therapy is complete and patients need that extra push to confidently go back to the activities they enjoy, it is seamless, safe, and mitigates the chances for re-injury," Simmons said.

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