Visit Us in Murfreesboro, TN!
Opening its doors in 2011, Jones Therapy's Murfreesboro clinic has helped countless patients reach their potential and excede their goals. Like most of our clinics, Murfreesboro is home to many of Tennessee's best Speech Pathologists and Therapsits who have the skills and knowledge to offer your child or loved one the care they need and truly deserve. Not only are our speech therapist world class, our Occupational therapists will be by your side from day one to make sure you overcome any physical goals! Ginger Jones opened her first clinic in 2009 and since, has came from being a single pathologist/therapist in her Franklin clinic to owning 9 clinics across Tennessee which have assisted several thousands of patients with the help of over 70 therapists, pathologists and patient care advocates. Since day one, we have never lost sight of why we started this business; Love.
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Feeding Therapy
Disorders/Delays Treated in Murfreesboro
Autism Spectrum Disorder
As one of the more widely observed and most common developmental disorders, Autism is currently diagnosed in 1 of 68 children in the United States. Children diagnosed with a form of Autism often need specific life skills taught to them as the disorder often delays the childs development and some life skills come easier to them than others. Autism Spectrum Disorders have a wide array or disorders. Children who are diagnosed with Aspergers need vastly different life skills taught to them than people who suffer from Childhood Disintegrative Disorder. Early diagnosis and Autism treatment can help them reach their full potential and therapy can make all the difference for your child or loved one.
Down Syndrome is a developmental disorder that is detectable during pregnancy. It is the result of an extra chromosome specifically placed inside a fetus' DNA. Down Syndrome attacks the child's development from an early age. For children diagnosed with this downs syndrome, many life skills and basic thought processes are impacted and thus, the use of a therapist or treatment clinic from an early age is vital to their success. Our Murfreesboro Clinic has some of the best therapists and advocates in Tennessee who are properly equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to help your child be a champion while overcoming their struggles!
The disorder Cerebral Palsy negatively affects a person's muscle groups and motor skills. This disorder can make life very frustrating and difficult for those who have it. It can make tasks like drinking a glass of water or simply holding a book very difficult. Like most developmental disorders, Cerebral Palsy isn't curable which makes treatment and therapy so important to the development of individuals. At Jones Therapy's Murfreesboro Clinic, we treat our patients through a variety of Occupational, Physical, Speech, and Feeding Therapy regimens that help our patients vastly improve their quality of life.
Most commonly referred to as Stuttering, Fluency Disorders are disruptions in an individual’s speech. Stuttering is more common among males however it is unknown to why individuals stutter. It begins during childhood, and can last throughout life if not treated. In some cases, stuttering can occur across a number of activities at home, school, or work. A speech language pathologist will work to help lessen the impact or severity when it occurs.
Gross Motor Delays
Gross motor delays have trouble with large muscles and mastering skills like crawling, walking, kicking, hopping, and climbing stairs. Gross motor skills are essential to movement and participating in activities at school and at home. At Jones Therapy's Murfreesboro clinic, we treat gross motor delays by providing Physical and Occupational Therapy, which can help develop and improve these skills.
Fine Motor Delays
Fine motor delays are delays with difficultly with extremities (fingers and toes) and other parts of the body like hands, tongue, lips, wrists, and feet. Children use their small muscles, so that tasks like grasping crayons with their fingers are tricky. Our occupational therapy program is designed to help modify or acquire the skills needed to perform the activities of daily life.
And Many More!
Call Our Murfreesboro Clinic Today!
Are you interested in finding out more about our Murfreesboro, TN clinic? To schedule a consulation, please visit our Scheduling page and if you have more questions, check out our FAQ page or call us at (615) 614-8833!
We look forward to speaking with you!