1405 South Sizer Avenue, Jefferson City, TN    37760
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Ultrasound... Provides two effects on the body

  1. ​The Thermal Effect provides deep heating to soft tissues in the body, increasing circulation to those tissues, which will aide in the healing process and decrease pain. 
  2. The Non-Thermal Effect introduces sound waves into the site causing cavitation.   Cavitation is the microscopic gas bubbles around your tissues that cause expansion and contraction rapidly.  This effect will speed up the cellular process, improving the healing of the tissues.

Electrical Stimulation... Referred to as E-Stim is the use of different forms of electrical current through surface electrodes for relief of muscle spasm, pain, swelling, and muscle re-education and strengthening.

  • TENS Transcutaneus electrical neuromuscular stimulation (TENS) is used to manage acute and chronic pain. TENS is applied to decrease your pain by placing electrodes to your body over painful areas. The intensity of the electricity will be set to block the pain traveling to receptors in your brain.
  • Iontophoresis  is used to help administer medication. This is where current pushes various medication into your body to decrease inflammation or muscle spasm or break up calcium deposits.

  • NMES- Neuromuscular electrical stimulation causes a muscle to contract which will increase muscle function and the promotion of blood flow to the area.  This type of stimulation assists in healing the muscle. 

  • Russian Stim -  electrical stimulation causes a muscle to contract improving the way your muscle contracts. Russian stim uses a different form that is usually more comfortable to the patient.

  • IFC Interferential current-  Used to decrease pain and muscle spasm.

Hot/Cold Packs...
Superficial heat application relaxes tight muscles, including circulation and helps to prepare tissues for exercise and mobilization.  Ice (cold pack) application helps to reduce acute inflammation as the result of injury or surgery and provides pain relief.

Traction... A procedure that uses manual and mechanical traction to decompress the spine to treat a variety of spinal issues such as sciatica, degenerative disc disease, radiculopathy, herniated disc, stenosis and much more.

Our Services

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Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center

Mossy Creek Rehab is a BBB Accredited Physical Therapist in Jefferson City, TN

Balance and Falls... Here at Mossy Creek Rehab we utilize the Humac Balance System from CSMI Solutions. This system uses a computerized force plate platform to detect changes in weight shift and compares values to normal subjects data.

Vertigo... Our therapist are trained in treating vertigo. We use manual treatments called Epley Maneuver which is sequential movement of the head into four positions staying in each position for approximately 30 seconds. Vertigo is usually treated in our office in 2 or 3 visits. 

Manual Therapy

Modality Treatments

Balance and Falls Prevention

​​Here at Mossy Creek Rehab, our patients are our first priority.  We offer a variety of treatments and skilled therapies to improve your rehab experience and get you back to life sooner. ​Utilizing the most up to date skills essential in physical therapy and making a commitment to use proven techniques in your care.

Kinesio Taping®... 
Our therapist are  Kinesio Taping® Certified. The Kinesio Taping® Method is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting.

GUA SHA... Is scraping of the skin to create bruising releasing unhealthy elements from injured areas and increasing  blood flow stimulating  the healing.

Joint Mobilization
A form of manual physical therapy that facilitates gentle movement of your joints in order to restore joint motion.  Goals of joint mobilization are to reduce or eliminate joint pain, reduce stiffness, increase range of motion and coordination.  The areas that could benefit from joint mobilization are the neck, shoulder, wrist, spine, hips, knees, or ankles.

Soft Tissue Mobilization... Another form of manual physical therapy that is hands on therapy for your muscles, ligaments, and fascia with the goal of breaking adhesions.  The goal of soft tissue mobilization is to break down or reduce adhesions, reduce swelling and edema, decrease pain as well as improving the range of motion and functionality.

Exercise... Using various methods of exercise the therapist can transform weak muscles into stronger muscles.  Using elastic bands, free weights, treadmill, bike and manual pressure strength gains can be achieved 

Patient Care

Call Us Today: 865-262-9044

​Fax: 865-262-9045

​Monday - Friday 7:30AM to 5:30PM