Tyler Hubbard's Experience With MPOWER

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard chose to seek help from MPOWER Performance Institute after being in a dirt bike accident that damaged his foot and ankle.

Hubbard broke a bone on the inside of his ankle and ruptured his Achilles tendon. He first went to see foot and ankle specialist, Dr. Brian Thomson at Elite Sports Medicine + Orthopedics.

After surgery with Dr. Thomson, Hubbard went to physical therapy here at MPOWER. He did physical therapy with Kenny Chatman and Daniel Eliott, and personal training with Winston Gordon.

When asked about his experience with MPOWER, Hubbard states “Kenny, Daniel, and the whole team sort of became my family last year. It was always enjoyable coming in here, seeing the boys, seeing the gang, and kind of goofing off. It made it fun, but also it was work and I’m really thankful for the way they helped the whole process of healing”.

MPower takes a unique orthopedic approach to physical therapy. We have a close relationship with Elite Sports Medicine + Orthopedics which allows for communication between their orthopedic surgeons and our physical therapists.

Author
Marina von Rutenberg Marina is the Marketing Coordinator for Elite Sports Medicine + Orthopedics. She has been writing and reviewing medical content since 2021. https://www.linkedin.com/in/marina-von-rutenberg/

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