Regg Swanson – Partner Emeritus

Regg Swanson - Partner Emeritus of STAR Physical TherapyRegg Swanson is the founding Partner of STAR Physical Therapy. Regg was born and raised in Nebraska, where he grew up working on a farm and became an avid athlete and outdoorsman. He graduated from Wayne State College with an M.A. in Sports Medicine. Following graduation, Regg traveled the world as a Certified Athletic Trainer for the U.S. Olympic Swim Team. Later, he became one of the 17 Athletic Trainers selected for the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea. In 1996, the Atlanta Olympic Organizing Committee named Regg the Head Swimming Athletic Trainer.

After moving to middle Tennessee, Regg developed a comprehensive Sports Medicine/Athletic Training outreach program for local high schools. Regg was honored for his work in Athletic Training by his peers as the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society‘s “Tennessee Clinical Athletic Trainer of the Year.”

Currently, Regg serves on the board of directors for U.S. Physical Therapy. Further, Regg serves his community through his work at First Presbyterian Church and BrightStone. BrightStone is an organization helping adults with special needs.

Aside from work, Regg enjoys working and playing on his 40-acre cattle farm in Franklin, Tennessee, where he and his wife, Adora, raised their three children. Regg is enjoying his newest career as a grandfather.