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Johnson and Hayes Physical Therapists

Next Availability: Wednesday, 05/22

740 Cool Springs Blvd, 215

Franklin, TN 37067

10.78 mi. away

STAR - Antioch

777 Bell Road

Antioch, TN 37013

1.38 mi. away

STAR - Premier Harding

394 Harding Place, Suite 200

Nashville, TN 37211

3.12 mi. away

STAR - South Nashville

5505 Edmondson Pike, Suite 103

Nashville, TN 37211

4.24 mi. away

STAR - Brentwood East

6716 Nolensville Pike, Suite 260

Brentwood, TN 37027

4.37 mi. away

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STAR - Seven Springs

317 Seven Springs Way, Suite 202

Brentwood, TN 37027

5.51 mi. away

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STAR - Nolensville

934 Oldham Drive, Suite 102

Nolensville , TN 37135

6.78 mi. away

STAR - Brentwood

343 Franklin Road, Suite 201

Brentwood, TN 37027

7.21 mi. away

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STAR - Donelson

2332 Lebanon Pike

Nashville, TN 37214

7.70 mi. away

(7)

STAR - Premier StoneCrest

300 Stone Crest Blvd., Suite 230

Smyrna, TN 37167

8.34 mi. away

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Johnson and Hayes Physical Therapists
STAR - Antioch
STAR - Premier Harding
STAR - South Nashville
STAR - Brentwood East
STAR - Seven Springs
STAR - Nolensville
STAR - Brentwood
STAR - Donelson
STAR - Premier StoneCrest

Direct Access makes self-referral for physical therapy easy in Tennessee.

Here are the Direct Access laws in Tennessee, as described by the American Physical Therapy Association:

Tennessee is one of 26 states that allow direct patient access to PT with some provisions. Treatment may be administered through direct access physical therapy in Tennessee with the following provisions:

With the patient’s consent, the PT must inform the patient's healthcare provider of the physical therapy care plan no later than five business days after the PT evaluation.

If the patient seeks direct access physical therapy in Tennessee for a problem that has already been addressed by his or her physician within the past 12 months, the PT does not need patient consent to inform the physician.

If the patient doesn’t have a primary physician, then the PT must suggest a physician from a list of available providers and inform the patient of the following limitations:

If no substantial progress has been made within 15 calendar days or six visits—whichever occurs first—after the patient's initial visit, the physical therapist shall refer the patient to a licensed physician.

If the patient was previously diagnosed with chronic, neuromuscular, or developmental conditions, and the patient sought physical therapy in Tennessee for problems or symptoms associated with at least one those conditions, then this provision does not apply.

If the patient returns to PT with the same complaint within a 90-day timeframe, starting on the last treatment date, then the PT must immediately refer the patient to the appropriate healthcare provider.

If the patient's physician has not been notified that the patient sought direct access to physical therapy in Tennessee, the therapy services must not continue beyond 30 days immediately following the date of the patient's first visit.

It is considered unprofessional conduct for a PT to knowingly provide direct access physical therapy services in Tennessee when a patient:

Has reached the 15-day and six-visit limit; or

Has reached the 30-day limit.

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