Dr. Susan Wood, PT

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Susan Wood, Physical Therapist

About Me

Throughout my early career as a therapist, I was frustrated with my ability to make a tangible difference for my patients, especially with the time limits placed on my interactions with them. I deeply wanted to help my patients relieve their pain, but seeing multiple patients at a time, as well as having a highly regimented schedule, left me disappointed. Physical Therapy in Motion is my solution for having more satisfying outcomes for my patients.

My certification in McKenzie’s Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, enables healing for my patients through a reliable, evidence-based system. I structure treatments and implement practical interventions that work. I show patients how to understand their bodies and treat themselves. Simply put, it’s my passion to see people empowered with a long-term solution for their care.

A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, I grew up playing volleyball and competing with my seven brothers and sisters. I attended the University of Kentucky for my undergraduate degree and The Ohio State University where I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

I currently live in Brentwood with my family. I love traveling, hiking, connecting with nature, and reading. As an athlete, I’m competitive by nature and have even completed a few marathons and half Ironmans!


725 Cool Springs Blvd 110 Franklin, TN 37067

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Services Provided

    Physical Therapy Sports Rehab Telehealth Physical Therapy Degenerative Disc Disease Treatment Treatment For Sciatica Pain Back Pain Treatment Neck Pain Treatment Knee Pain Treatment Shoulder Pain Treatment

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