Rehabilitation is a challenge requiring individuals to use the power within themselves and the guidance of trained professionals. The mission of Mountain States Rehabilitation is to provide preventive and therapeutic services to meet the rehabilitative needs of individuals, businesses and other community organizations in our region, and assist them in attaining their highest level of health and functional ability.


People who suffer from brain, spinal cord or neuromuscular problems (such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease) can receive PT, OT and/or speech therapy to maximize their6functional skills for the best possible recovery.  

The neuro-rehab approach is functionally-based and includes the best clinical practices using  neuromotor control, balance re-training and neurodevelopmental treatment techniques (NDT).  State-of-the-art technology, such as body weight supported treadmill gait training, spasticity management splinting and casting, neuro-aquatics, Vital Stimulation and functional/neuromuscular electrical stimulation, may be used to achieve the best outcomes.


Our experienced physical and occupational therapists provide services for a variety of orthopedic injuries and/or physical dysfunctions including (but not limited to):
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Back/neck injuries
  • Joint replacements
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Ligament and tendon injuries
  • Arthritis/tendonitis
  • Post-surgical repairs
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome
  • Amputations
  • Carpel tunnel
  • Joint replacements
  • TMJ (tempromandibular joint)

Our Services

Amputee Program
Persons who have experienced the  loss of an arm or a leg from an amputation, or those who have received a new prosthetic device benefit from PT and or OT.  Various forms of treatment are used to restore mobility, instill confidence and help the patient to achieve a higher level of function.

Arthritis Management
Treatment programs administered by skilled professionals are offered for all forms of arthritis and connective tissue disorders including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, scleroderma, polymyositis and others.  With proper care and treatment, patients are able to gain confidence and greater independence to return to a functional lifestyle.

Outpatient pediatric services for patients as young as newborns up to 16 years old are treated by therapists who specialize in the treatment of pediatrics.  Services are offered for cerebral palsy, developmental delays, brain injuries, autism, sensory integration disorders, neuromuscular conditions, spinal bifida, torticollis and brachial plexus injuries.

Sports Injuries  
Individualized rehabilitation programs focus on treating sports injuries such as sprains, strains and other neuromuscular injuries. We can provide a program to aid in recovery and conditioning for a quick return to sports activities for all, from young athletes to weekend warriors.

Occupational Health and Workers Compensation
We offer services that address workplace injury prevention, rehabilitation and recovery from an on the job injury, and work conditioning programs designed to help an injured employee return to work as soon as possible.

Hand Program
Occupational and physical therapists in the Hand Program seek to maximize a patient’s functional ability.  Static and dynamic sprinting may be used to increase range of motion and functional use of the hand.  Services are offered for carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist and digital fractures, arthritis, tendonitis, contractures, burns and hand injuries (including tendon and nerve repairs, and amputations).

Wound Care Support
Mountain States Rehabilitation clinics support patients from the Mountain States wound care centers by providing physical
and /or occupational therapy services to further assess and provide education related to safety with walking, reducing the risk of falling, balance re-training and increasing independence with self-care activities and custom orthotic fabrication.

Vestibular Balance Program
Difficulty with balance, dizziness, vertigo, lightheadedness, spinning or unsteadiness with quick turns or position changes can be signs of inner ear disturbance or balance dysfunction. Our Vestibular and Balance Programs are designed to access falling risk and plan treatments, exercises and home modifications to decrease symptoms and associated health risks.

There is a Mountain States Rehabilitation clinic located close to you.



Elizabethton, TN  Abingdon, VA

Mountain States Rehab
1497 W. Elk Avenue Suite 12
Elizabethton, TN  37643
Phone: (423) 542-7460
Fax: (423) 542-7465

Mountain States Rehab
445 Porterfiled Hwy, Suite F/G
Abingdon, VA 24210
Phone: (276) 623-0153
Fax: (276) 623-1672
Erwin, TN Lebanon, VA
Mountain States Rehab
800  S. Mohawk Drive, Suite D
Phone: (423) 743-1245
Fax: (423) 743-2885
Mountain States Rehab
111 S. Flannagan Ave.
Lebanon, Va 24266
Phone: (276) 883-8095
Fax:  (276) 883-8097 
Johnson City, TN Marion, VA

Pediatric Therapy Services
415 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
Phone: 423-232-1100
Fax: 423-232-1127

Mountain States Rehab at JCMC
415 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
Phone: (423) 232-1100
Fax: (423) 232-1127

Mountain States Rehab
Located inside Lifetime Wellness

1 Health Way
Marion, VA 24354
Phone: (276) 378-1841
Fax: (276) 378-1845
Kingsport, TN Norton, VA 

Mountain States Rehab
2204 Pavilion Drive, Suite 115
Kingsport, TN 37660
Phone: (423) 857-6777
Fax: (423) 857-6788

Mountain States Rehab
1442 Park Ave. N. W.
Norton, VA 24273
Outpatient Rehab Phone: (276) 439-1450
Outpatient Rehab Fax: (276) 439-1451
Inpatient Rehab Phone: (276) 439-1350
Inpatient Rehab Fax:
(276) 439-1356
Mountain City, TN St. Paul, VA

Mountain States Rehab
1901 S. Shady Street
Mountain City, TN 37683
Phone: (423) 727- 1162
Fax: (423) 727-2212

Mountain States Rehab -  located at Riverside Clinic
16431 Wise St.
St. Paul, VA 24283
Phone:  (276) 883-8297
Fax:  (276) 762-0612


Mountain States Health Alliance Worker's Compensation Networks