Ron French, OT, CHT

Occupational Therapist

Certified Hand Therapist

Shoulder & Hand Therapy Center

849 volunteer Drive - Suite 8

Paris, TN 38242

Phone: (731) 642-0778

Fax: (731) 642-6488

Our Services

We offer outpatient physical rehab for people of all ages with conditions involving the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand. 

Hand Therapy

As a certified hand therapist (CHT) Ron has under gone significant additional training and testing to specialize in the treatment of the upper body. As a CHT he treats all conditions and injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder including:

-Trigger finger

-Fractures and dislocations

-Tendon and nerve injuries

-Dupuytren's release

-Joint replacements

-Hand disorders

-Custom splint fabrication

-And more...

Shoulder and Arm Conditions

Ron provides individualized one-on-one care for the upper body. He does not use assistants and provides all the care each visit. He believes this is important as he can change the the program according to what the patient needs at that moment.

-Conservative and post-surgical treatment

-Rotator Cuff injuries

-Joint Replacement

-Tennis/Golfer's Elbow

-Carpal Tunnel

-Modalities: facilitate healing/reduce pain

-And more...

Arthritis Program

Ron wrote the book on treating arthritic hands and he can help you manage your arthritis and slow the progression.  If you have been newly diagnosed with arthritis or have been suffering with it for years, Ron will work with you to develop an individualized arthritis program.  

Most arthritis programs last three to six visits and are covered by insurance.  

-Arthritis education



-Staying active

-Joint protection techniques and more... 


I feel so blessed my doctor recommended your center.  Who knew therapy could be fun!  Ron listened to my concerns and was caring and understanding.

Virginia B - Paris, TN

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