Ballad Health has announced the opening a new Spine and Rehabilitation location in Kingsport, Tennessee. The clinic, now serving patients on the campus of Indian Path Community Hospital, specializes in physiatry recovery services, offering interventional pain management services to reduce and eliminate pain while improving musculoskeletal health.
According to Rebecca Beck, CEO of Holston Valley Medical Center and Indian Path, the clinic's opening is in response to the needs of the Kingsport community. The new location aims to bolster access to high-quality healthcare and use available resources while meeting patients who need assistance.
The new clinic provides comprehensive and effective treatments that include electromyogram and nerve conduction studies (EMG/NCS), interventional pain evaluations, intra-articular hip injections, lumbar epidural steroid injections, medial branch block, peripheral joint injections, radiofrequency lesions, sacroiliac joint injections, transforaminal injections, and trigger point injections.
Paul Jett, MD, and Joseph Frye, DO, are the clinicians working with local patients at the Kingsport location to provide personalized medical care that meets individual needs. Dr. Jett, who has been practicing with Ballad Health since 2014, is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of Pain Medicine. Dr. Frye, who has been practicing with Ballad Health since 2016, is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of Pain Medicine.
The clinic is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Patients can book appointments by calling 423-224-2370 or visiting www.balladhealth.org for more information. With satellite locations in Rogersville and Morristown, Tennessee, and Big Stone Gap, Virginia, Ballad Health continues its investment in expanding high-quality healthcare throughout the Appalachian Highlands.
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