Physical therapy

  • Orthopedic and sports-related injuries
  • Neurological therapy
  • Back and spine therapy
  • Incontinence/pelvic floor therapy
  • Wheelchair assessments
  • Industrial rehabilitation program

Occupational therapy

  • Hand therapy
  • Lymphedema therapy
  • Neurological therapy
  • Pediatric therapy

Speech therapy

  • Speech/language and voice therapy
  • Cognitive evaluation and treatment
  • Swallowing evaluation and treatment
  • Neurological therapy
  • Pediatric therapy

Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) therapy

Kelly Hooks, OT, is certified to provide CBIT treatment and is the only one in the state that can treat both pediatric and adult patients.

CBIT is a non-drug treatment consisting of three important components:

  • Training the patient to be more aware of tics
  • Training patients to do competing behavior when they feel the urge to tic
  • Making changes to day to day activities in ways that can be helpful in reducing tics.

Sports medicine

Cookeville Regional Medical Center is proud to serve the community with a variety of invaluable healthcare needs. One of those services is providing sports medicine services to the athletes at the three high schools in Putnam County.

We have four sports medicine specialists who will be working with all of the high school athletes:

  • Christopher Loubier (Cookeville High School) is a graduate of Georgia State University and is a certified athletic trainer.
  • Allan Malone (Upperman High School) is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and is an adjunct instructor in the pre-athletic training program at Tennessee Tech.
  • Natasha Blakley (Cookeville High School) is a graduate of the University of Lynchburg, VA, and worked with various university athletic teams as a student athletic trainer.
  • Candy Mickey (Monterey High School) is a graduate of California University in Pennsylvania. She worked with various sports teams as an athletic trainer.

We value the relationship we have with the Putnam County School System and we have everything that is needed to treat your student athlete and any type of sports injury; outpatient therapy services at the CRMC Blue Roof building at 215 W. 6th St.; and offer a variety of therapies for your student athlete, in a professional environment, to get them back in the game.

We are here to deliver the best healthcare in the Upper Cumberland.

To make an appointment, call 783-2900. If anyone has any questions or concerns, please reach out to Shona Davis-Smith, director of therapy services, at 783-2459.

Thank you for trusting us with your family's health needs.