Zach Sutton P.T, O.C.S., C.H.T., A.T.C
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Board Certified Hand Therapist

Clinical Experience: 12 years

Zach Sutton, DPT, MS, MBA, OCS, CHT, ATC treats a variety of movement disorders, specializing in sports medicine, pediatrics, and vestibular disorders. Prior to being a PT, Zach was an Athletic 
Trainer with the University of Tennessee and Benedictine High  School for six years and performed his pre-physical therapy hours at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. While studying at Sewanee, Zach coached Wrestling and Cross Country at St. Andrews-Sewanee. Zach serves as the Director of Service Project for the McMinnville Rotary Club. Zach serves as the liaison for the American Physical Therapy Association’s Section on Pediatrics to the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. Zach is married to Margaret (Marsh) and has three young children: Campbell, Ellie, and Elizabeth.

Zach has achieved the following academic accomplishments:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies and Emergency Medicine from University of the South 2000
  • Master’s Degree in Science (Sports Medicine & Biomechanics) from University of Tennessee 2003
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University 2006
  • Master of Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University 2011

Continuing Education Courses:
  • American Society of Hand Therapists' Annual Review
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation at Emory University
  • American Physical Therapy Association’s Advanced Clinical Practice in Pediatrics
  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy Courses at the University of Virginia
  • Ergonomic Evaluation and Functional Capacity Evaluation via Matheson Occupational

Zach has the following professional designations:
  • Emergency Medical Technician 1997
  • Certified Athletic Trainer 2002
  • Licensed Physical Therapist 2006
  • Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist by American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties 2008
  • Board Certified Hand Therapist by the American Society of Hand Therapists 2014


 Zach's Vision:
To treat patients with a variety of life and work demands and help them achieve their goals.