Halsted chooses Maury Regional for community feel


COLUMBIA, Tenn. — Community is important to Sue Halsted. It’s part of the reason she fell in love with southern Middle Tennessee when she and her husband, Ed, moved here in 1989. It’s also why they selected Maury Regional Health for their health care needs.

The Halsteds, who have three daughters, lived in Columbia for years and have always been involved in their local community. After Ed passed away in 2014, Sue moved to Spring Hill, where she found another close-knit community in the Westview neighborhood.

Over the decades, the Halsteds grew familiar with Maury Regional Health and the care the health system provides to the area. In addition to having primary care providers associated with Maury Regional Health, Sue is also a breast cancer survivor thanks in part to the hospital.

When physical therapy was recommended for lymphedema symptoms in her arm after her breast cancer treatments, she knew exactly who to call: the place where she felt like a part of the community, Maury Regional Physical Therapy in Spring Hill.

“Everyone at the practice makes you feel like family,” she said. “As soon as I walk through the door, I feel like I’m in a special place where they’re going to take care of me. You don’t find that everywhere you go.”

Sue also has arthritis in her left shoulder and regularly sees Jeffrey T. Adams, MD, a specialist in orthopedic surgery on Maury Regional’s medical staff associated with Mid-Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic in Columbia. He suggested she could benefit from physical therapy to help ease the painful symptoms.

She was familiar with the Spring Hill practice after seeing physical therapists Josh Lunn, PT, DPT, and Carolyn Jones, PT, DPT, for the lymphedema symptoms and knew exactly the type of service to expect.

A physical therapist instructs a patient.

“They encourage me to stick with it and to do the exercises at home, and they make you want to do it,” she said. “They’re all just so kind and make you happy to come in. It’s always a wonderful experience here.”

Being an active member of her community is important to Sue. It’s also important to her to have a health system that shares those same communal values.

“I’m very proud of Maury Regional and what it does for this community. I wouldn’t go anywhere else,” she said.

Maury Regional Health has more than 30 experienced specialists at seven therapy centers throughout southern Middle Tennessee who have advanced training and certifications to guide patients along their path to recovery. Therapy services vary by facility and may be offered with a physician’s order or through a self-referral direct access program, depending on the type of therapy required.

Maury Regional Physical Therapy in Spring Hill offers physical, occupational, pediatric, speech, pelvic floor and other therapy services and is located on the third floor of the Maury Regional Spring Hill facility on Reserve Boulevard.

In addition to therapy, Maury Regional Health offers a variety of convenient services in Spring Hill, including primary care, urgent care, obstetrics and gynecology, radiation therapy and outpatient surgery. To view a list of services and for more information, visit MauryRegional.com/SpringHill.

For more information on therapy services offered at Maury Regional Health, visit MauryRegional.com/Therapy.

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