OrthoTennessee Therapy

UT Medical Center Office


Billing Contact

11440 Parkside Dr. Suite 115 Knoxville, TN 37934

(865) 583-2969

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Contact Details

(865) 595-1940
Fax: (865) 595-1945
1926 Alcoa Highway • Building F • Suite 200 • Knoxville, TN 37920


Amy Hardy, PT

| Site Coordinator

Amy Hardy is a physical therapist with OrthoTennessee. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis.

Amy has been a physical therapist since 2000. She helps coordinate the operations of the clinic and communicates with the orthopedists regarding physical therapy treatment. She strives to provide quality physical therapy to help patients return to a desired level of activity.

What she most enjoys about her work is getting to know people and advising them on how to recover from an orthopedic surgery or injury.

Christy Headla, PTA

Christy’s passion for physical therapy began after her cousin suffered an ACL injury from skiing.  Christy saw firsthand how physical therapy “scored the winning goal” in essence by facilitating the recovery post-surgery. Interacting with patients and playing a vital role in the recovery process is what Christy enjoys most about her position.

A graduate of Knoxville Business College, Christy holds an Associate’s degree in Physical Therapy Assistance.  Her career as a PTA began in 1999 and she enjoys working closely with the Physical Therapists to carry out the plan of care individualized for each patient.

An avid sports fan, Christy and her husband enjoy traveling together to watch the Vols.

Susen Varghese Thomas, OT

Susen Varghese Thomas is an occupational therapist with OrthoTennessee. “I became an occupational therapist because I wanted to work with people and wanted to see people get better,” Susen says. “What I enjoy most about my work is the interaction with patients.”

Susen received a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy and a master’s in occupational therapy with a concentration in neuro rehabilitation from Seth G.S. Medical College and KEM Hospital, University of Bombay. She has been practicing since 1992 and is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association.

Susen describes her role in the clinic as someone who helps patients regain their physical function and skills to a level comparable to previous function. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, reading, listening to music, and collecting coins and stamps.