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Zach Sutton, PT, DPT, ATC, CHT

Doctor of Physical Therapy


APTA Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist

NATA Certified Athletic Trainer

ASHT Certified Hand Therapist

Zach Sutton specializes in sports medicine with a focus on the upper extremity, post-operative return to sports programs, and vestibular & post-concussion disorders. As an Athletic Trainer, Zach has served the University of Tennessee Volunteers and currently serves on the Warren County Pioneers’ Sports Medicine Team. Zach is an adjunct professor with South College’s School of Physical Therapy and a contributor to the Management of Common Orthopedic Disorders: Physical Therapy Principles and Methods. The American Physical Therapy Association’s Tennessee Chapter chose Zach to be 2020 Centennial Scholar and recognized him with the 2022 Excellence in Clinical Practice Award. Zach is married to Margaret; they have 3 school age children: Campbell, Ellie, & Elizabeth.

Zach has achieved the following academic accomplishments:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies and Emergency Medicine from the 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

  • Advanced Clinical Studies:

  • Vanderbilt Sports Medicine Baseball Conference

  • Vanderbilt Hand Conference

  • UT Sports Medicine Symposium

  • APTA Combined Sections Meetings

  • UVA Running Sports Medicine Conference

  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy Courses at the University of Virginia

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 keep Warren County moving.

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