Physical Therapy is a crucial step in managing pain, surgery recovery and removing physical limitations. But its people and comprehensive treatment that is provided that determines the overall success of therapy.
Champion Physical Therapy, which held their grand opening on May 25 in downtown Pineville, sets itself apart from other physical therapy companies by providing exceptional care and “over the top” results for patients, while offering immediate appointment times and free screenings.
To ensure the patients are always number one Champion works to accommodate anyone regardless of insurance coverage. Champion physical therapy is expanding its existing outpatient-based services from Middlesboro to Pineville to serve the growing needs of Bell County and the surrounding area. Champion is dedicated to providing optimal services to local communities and their people, so much so, that they hire local community members to staff their clinics. Matt Powers, who is the clinic director in Pineville, is a Harrogate, Tennessee native and attended Middlesboro High School in Kentucky. While at Middlesboro he played football, basketball and baseball. Following high school, he attended Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, KY on a football scholarship. He was a letterman all four years, 1st team all mid-south conference for two years, Capitol One Academic All-American, made the NFL Pro football hall of fame All-Commonwealth team, was Lindsey Wilson’s Student Athlete of the year and is the current Lindsey Wilson All-Time record holder in receiving yards, receptions, receiving touchdowns, 100 yard receiving games, and yards per game.
After obtaining a bachelor’s of science in psycho-physiology at Lindsey Wilson in 2014, he obtained his clinical doctorate in physical therapy at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in May of 2017. Matt’s clinical experience has been focused in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation in patients with non-operative and post-operative…