Welcome to Spine & Sport Rehabilitation Institute of Brentwood, Tennessee
Spine & Sport Rehabilitation Institute is at the forefront of providing quality care. Our treatment is evidence-based, hands-on and one-on-one with the physician. You can expect a detailed examination and functional movement assessment to uncover the cause of the pain and dysfunction. Together we will come up with a personalized treatment plan to best fit your needs.
Active Release Technique
Active Release Technique is a movement based manual therapy technique. It is used to treat issues with muscles, ligaments, nerves, tendons and fascia. Repetitive overuse injuries such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, IT band syndrome, shin splints and low back pain have been proven to be effectively treated with ART.
Through our thorough movement assessment we can identify which plane of movement is dysfunctional and contributing to your pain. Functional rehabilitation is effective in reestablishing balance, stability, strength, coordination, and endurance.
Joint Motion Palpation (MPI)
Motion Palpation evaluates joint motion as it is brought through movement. With palpation and motion, the joint dysfunction and restriction can be identified.
Pregnancy can bring on aches and pains. With the Webster technique and utilizing other skills, we can identify the dysfunction and pregnancy can be more comfortable for the mother and baby.
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT)
Without a full range of motion and proper use of joints, our backs, necks and joints become stiff and less mobile, leading to pain, greater loss of movement and dysfunction. MDT, also known as McKenzie Therapy, is a standardized assessment tool, defining and classifying movement problems and recommending appropriate treatment.
Clinic Partners and Memberships
Your first visit with Dr. Audra Lance will last approximately one hour. She will get to know you and work to determine the exact cause of your health issue(s). Dr. Lance will perform a thorough examination, consisting of, but not limited to:
Full Functional Examination;
Soft Tissue Evaluation;
Once Dr. Lance has processed all of your results, you will receive a detailed explanation of all findings and their importance, as well as how they will dictate your treatment protocol, as each case and presentation is different and treatment options are individually chosen. You’ll receive an explanation of what you can expect regarding your recovery, and short and long-term goals will be discussed, along with any other questions that you may have.
Spine and Sport Rehabilitation Institute of Brentwood, TN exists to help people live pain free, whether you’re an athlete, the victim of an injury, or anyone who is experiencing pain or physical limitation.
Make an appointment here on our website or give us a call at (615) 861-9559.
What to Expect at Spine & Sport Rehabilitation Institute
Allowing people to be their best selves is not just an element of Dr. Audra Lance’s career - it is her ultimate passion. Whether you are training for a marathon or carrying a child, her mission is to help you function at a capacity that will allow you to feel great and - most importantly - enjoy your life.
Through her undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University to her doctorate studies at National University of Health Sciences, Dr. Lance gained invaluable experience in the exercise science and chiropractic fields. Her vast resume includes extensive training in rehabilitation and biomechanics as well as pregnancy and pediatric care. Additionally, she has experience working in sports medicine as she has assisted with the treatment of the athletic teams at both Northwestern University and Benedictine University. Dr. Lance also completed a residency with Iliana VA Hospital, an opportunity that allowed her to evaluate and treat veterans with chronic pain. Her certifications include Active Release Techniques (ART), Fascial Movement Taping, Certified RockTape Provider, Webster Technique and Perinatal Care. She is also an Ironman partner.
Born and raised in the great state of Ohio, Dr. Audra Lance is thrilled to build her practice in the gorgeous, energetic city of Nashville.
Meet Dr. Audra Lance of
Spine and Sport Rehabilitation Institute
Meet Dr. Brandon Reed of
Spine and Sport Rehabilitation Institute
Dr. Brandon Reed grew up in the suburbs of Kansas City and attended Kansas State University, where he earned undergraduate degrees in Kinesiology and Nutrition. After undergrad, he decided to use his passion for health and fitness to help people move and feel better through manual therapy and exercise. Dr. Reed earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Cleveland University in Kansas City, where he was actively involved in clubs and completed more than 500 hours of continuing education seminars. His treatment techniques include dry needling, Active Release Technique™ (ART), soft-tissue scraping, cupping, kinesiology taping, Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), joint manipulation/adjustments and rehabilitative exercise.
Dr. Reed is committed to helping restore patients to a level of fitness that allows them to do what they love, whether that is lifting their grandkids or a 600-pound deadlift.
When he’s not in the office, you can find Dr. Reed doing anything that couples the great outdoors with movement, exploring new foods, lifting weights, or spending time with his wife, Megan, and their dog, Bear.
Spine and Sport Rehabilitation Institute is located at 217 Jamestown Park Road, Suite 5 in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Our practice is just off of Virginia Way and less than a mile from the intersection of Granny White Pike and Old Hickory Blvd/Tennessee 254.
Monday: 12:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 6:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
*Please note, appointments can be booked online or by phone.
Walk-ins are currently not available.