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Kate Carney

Physical Therapist located in Midtown, Nashville, TN

About Kate Carney

Credentials

  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certifications

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Education

  • Lee University, BS
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, DPT

 

About Kate

I grew up in the Nashville area playing soccer before moving to Cleveland to play collegiately. I unfortunately had a few knee injuries early on in my career which required a lot of time in physical therapy. However, the many PT visits of my own led me to my career as a physical therapist. In my free time, I love being in the CrossFit gym and spending time with friends, family, and my sweet Goldendoodle, Murphy. I also love the occasional escape to the beach!

 

Personal Philosophy

I think hard work goes a long way both in physical therapy and everyday life. I take pride in being a hard worker and you can count on me to give it my all in everything I do. I encourage my patients to work their hardest as well both in PT and in all aspects of life.

 

Greatest Success

My greatest successes are always when patients reach their end goals. I love helping athletes return to their sport for the first time in months and helping patients become pain-free after years of avoiding activities they enjoy. The happiness it brings them is second to none and I strive to get everyone back to doing the things they love!

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MPOWER Physical Therapy

Credentials

  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certifications

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Education

  • Lee University, BS
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, DPT

 

About Kate

I grew up in the Nashville area playing soccer before moving to Cleveland to play collegiately. I unfortunately had a few knee injuries early on in my career which required a lot of time in physical therapy. However, the many PT visits of my own led me to my career as a physical therapist. In my free time, I love being in the CrossFit gym and spending time with friends, family, and my sweet Goldendoodle, Murphy. I also love the occasional escape to the beach!

 

Personal Philosophy

I think hard work goes a long way both in physical therapy and everyday life. I take pride in being a hard worker and you can count on me to give it my all in everything I do. I encourage my patients to work their hardest as well both in PT and in all aspects of life.

 

Greatest Success

My greatest successes are always when patients reach their end goals. I love helping athletes return to their sport for the first time in months and helping patients become pain-free after years of avoiding activities they enjoy. The happiness it brings them is second to none and I strive to get everyone back to doing the things they love!


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Credentials

Certifications

Education

 

About Kate

I grew up in the Nashville area playing soccer before moving to Cleveland to play collegiately. I unfortunately had a few knee injuries early on in my career which required a lot of time in physical therapy. However, the many PT visits of my own led me to my career as a physical therapist. In my free time, I love being in the CrossFit gym and spending time with friends, family, and my sweet Goldendoodle, Murphy. I also love the occasional escape to the beach!

 

Personal Philosophy

I think hard work goes a long way both in physical therapy and everyday life. I take pride in being a hard worker and you can count on me to give it my all in everything I do. I encourage my patients to work their hardest as well both in PT and in all aspects of life.

 

Greatest Success

My greatest successes are always when patients reach their end goals. I love helping athletes return to their sport for the first time in months and helping patients become pain-free after years of avoiding activities they enjoy. The happiness it brings them is second to none and I strive to get everyone back to doing the things they love!


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