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David Davenport

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Lead Therapist

Phone: (865) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.com
Local Address:  Knoxville , Tennessee , United States
Results Physiotherapy
2001 Mallory Lane
Franklin , Tennessee 37067
United States

Company Description: Results Physiotherapy was established in Nashville, Tennessee in 1996. Originally known as Tracy Caulkins Physiotherapy Centers, the name was changed in 2005 to be...   more

Employment History

  • CEAS Occupational Health Director
    Results Physiotherapy
  • President
    Middle Tennessee Case Managers Association
  • Clinic Director

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Results David
  • Board Member
    Ergoplex Clinic
Web References
Results Physiotherapy Partners and Management, 23 April 2010 [cached]
David Davenport, PT, CEAS Occupational Health Director
Results Physiotherapy - David Davenport - Occupational Health Director, 23 April 2010 [cached]
David Davenport, PT, CEAS Occupational Health Director Results Physiotherapy - David Davenport - Occupational Health Director
David Davenport attended undergraduate training at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga and completed physical therapy training at the University of Indianapolis, graduating in 1986. Prior to joining Results David had been working at Physiotherapy Associates as the Director of the Ergoplex Clinic in Hermitage, TN, a position he had held for 9 years. David is a widely recognized and respected therapist in Occupational Health in Tennessee, having dedicated the last 10 years to treating and evaluating the injured worker. He is highly skilled in Functional Capacity Evaluations, job site analysis, ergonomic evaluations, and injury prevention. David has knowledge of OSHA guidelines, ADA requirements, and AMA guidelines for impairment evaluations. David has served as the president of the Middle Tennessee Case Managers Association for the past 5 years.
"The idea is to try to ..., 14 June 2004 [cached]
"The idea is to try to simulate what is referred to as the critical physical demands of the job," said David Davenport, PT, clinic director for ErgoPlex.
"We're being a bridge from traditional therapy to return to work," Davenport said.
Without this type of program, patients are expected to jump into physically demanding jobs after several months off where they have had very few physical requirements or demands on their time.
"We're preparing the person physically," said Davenport, "but the other part is preparing the person mentally and emotionally that they are going to have responsibility again for their schedule."
During their time in one of the work programs at ErgoPlex, which is a full-service physical therapy clinic, the patient spends anywhere from four-eight hours recreating a typical workday.
"There are concrete blocks that can be used to stack, carry and lift," said Davenport."For example, we might have bricklayers build a wall up and then un-stack it."
"We have mechanical disassembly," he continued."In that setting what the person would be doing is using tools to disassemble small parts like from a computer or typewriter or any kind of old appliance.
"You work on finger and hand dexterity, upper extremity repetitive use and endurance for the shoulder and arm," he explained.
Davenport added, "There are going to be stresses on the body that are different in doing your work than you would be able to recreate doing a traditional exercise."
"We're teaching body mechanics," said Davenport."We show them alternative ways of doing the activity and to stop when they feel pain and maybe turn another way or do a few stretches."
He added, "They're learning to pace themselves and they're learning to monitor their own symptoms."
"We make observations during rehabilitation and therapy to see if the functional capabilities we're seeing are consistent with the diagnosis," Davenport said.
After the FCE is completed, a report is generated for the physician who then makes a determination of any restrictions or impairments.
Davenport said they average about eight functional capacity evaluations a week at ErgoPlex.In addition, he also does job site evaluations and ergonomic assessments for companies.
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