Physical Therapy – Sparta
Physical Therapy – Sparta is highly recommended because our Physical Therapists are able to diagnose and intervene with all systems, not just through their education but also through their daily practice and continued research. We’re proud of our therapists here because they don’t just look at their own specialties but consider your entire movement system – with the patient as a whole of anatomical structures and physiological functions.
Our Sparta facility is owned and managed by Cumberland Physical Therapy.
Meet Our Owners
Lisa West, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant & Co-owner
Lisa West received her associate of science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Tulsa Jr. College in Tulsa, OK. She received her Bachelors of Science from Bethel University in March 2015. She is certified in Kineseo-tex tape. Lisa has been practicing since 1988. Lisa has been working at Cumberland Physical Therapy where she has earned great respect from both patients and physicians by providing outstanding care for her patients. Lisa enjoys working with all types of orthopedic patients including shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries as well as providing physical therapy for all types of postoperative orthopedic procedures. Lisa works hard every day to challenge her patients through rigorous therapeutic exercise programs as they work to obtain goals for return to life, work and sport. Lisa enjoys hiking with her husband, Don, and playing with her 3 grandchildren.
Marsha Bowman, PT, DPT, WCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy & Co-owner
Marsha received her doctorate of physical therapy from Northeastern University where she completed her research on utilization of physical therapy following female pelvic surgery. Her facultative area of the doctorate program was in pelvic physical therapy. Marsha also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from the University of Memphis Health Science Center. Marsha received her CAPP (certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy) from Brooks University in Jacksonville, FL in 2012. She is also a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy. She has been practicing physical therapy since 1986 working in a variety of settings. Marsha has a special area of interest in women’s health and treating patients suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain. She enjoys working with all types of patients and is committed to CPT’s mission to provide quality care and compassionate hands on approach to assist patients in obtaining optimal functional outcomes. In her spare time, Marsha enjoys camping with her husband and dogs and teaching Pilates as a certified mat instructor.
Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy – Sparta, Tennessee
A history of delighted patients and outstanding service.
Building patient confidence with licensing, accreditation and awards.
Experts in our field based on years of practical experience & education.
Providing service with trust, respect, dignity and reliability.
lower probability of opiod prescriptions when patients see a P.T. first! (Health Services Research)
reduction in athletes risk of injury by using physical therapist-developed exercise programs. (American Journal of Sports Medicine)
of physical therapy users say the care they received was beneficial to helping them return to normal activity, increasing their range of motion and relieving their pain.
percent of adults experience back pain at some point during their lifetime, according to the National Institutes of Health.
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