STAR Physical Therapy’s singular foundational mission is to serve.
We do this daily, by providing industry-leading physical therapy services to those in need. And yet, our commitment goes far beyond helping people in our clinics. We are committed to being community advocates.
STAR employees actively support organizations and causes at local, state, and national levels in a concerted and determined effort to give back to those who have been so good to us. Below is a list of some examples of our commitment to our communities:
- Sponsored elementary school reading programs and collected countless books for the Charles Davis Foundation.
- Sponsored numerous community-based youth sports organizations.
- Collected and donated truckloads of shoes for Soles 4 Souls.
- Collected winter coats for the underprivileged in conjunction with the Buena Vista Church of Christ.
- Set up blood drives at our clinics in conjunction with the American Red Cross.
- Organized disaster relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Katrina, Nashville’s floods, and the destruction caused by tornadoes & hurricanes throughout the mid-south in recent years.
- An ongoing partnership with the Arthritis Foundation has raised more than $40,000 for research.
- Ongoing partnerships with the YMCA, Mission Lazarus, Brightstone, LiveBeyond, and Tucker’s House.
- Continue to partner with the Siloam Family Health Center and the Mercy Children’s Clinic to help provide quality medical care to those in need.
- Past partnerships with Susan G. Komen, Prostate Cancer Foundation, Make A Wish Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, American Heart Association, Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police, Tennessee Fire Chiefs Association
- Our 2019 Partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital raised more than $35,000 for the children and families at St. Jude.
- Provide free injury assessments at each of our clinic locations as well as in many local YMCAs and County Recreation Centers.
At STAR, we mean it when we say, “We’re here to serve you and your community.”