20 Jun Vote Bone and Joint Institute in the Columbia Community’s Choice Awards!
With voting for the 2023 Columbia Community’s Choice Awards now open, Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has proudly been nominated for the best Sports Medicine/Orthopedic Clinic in the Beauty & Health category.
Voting for this year’s awards is open from June 14 to June 28, with the winners being announced later on this summer. A year ago, Bone and Joint Institute was voted a finalist for Best Orthopedic Center in what was previously called The Daily Herald’s Best of the Best Awards.
Earlier this year, Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee was named the winner of Best Orthopaedics in the Sizzle Awards while also earning second-place finishes for Best Physical Therapy and Best Health & Wellness. In the Health & Wellness category, the second-place finish was just behind its medical partner, Williamson Health.
The practice was also on the ballot for the Williamson County Community’s Choice Awards and the Maury County Main Street Awards this spring. Voting for both of those contests has concluded and results are pending, as of mid-June.
While Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee was formally established in 2018, its history is one of the richest legacies in Williamson County’s healthcare community going back to the 1970s. Founded by Dr. Craig Ferrell as the Franklin Bone & Joint Clinic, the practice has been a mainstay in Williamson County for more than 40 years and is a destination for comprehensive orthopaedic care led by nationally recognized physicians with expertise in orthopaedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, sports medicine and spinal surgery. The state-of-the-art flagship facility in Franklin also includes an onsite ambulatory surgery center and a Rehabilitation Services department, a team of physical and occupational therapists working alongside physicians to offer personalized care. Around Williamson County, Bone and Joint Institute also operates Orthopaedic Urgent Care clinics and Physical Therapy clinics in Franklin, Brentwood, Nolensville, Thompson’s Station and West Franklin.