Now open! Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East!

Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East is now open! Come by and say hello to Haley and Kristie!

Our newest location is open and ready for business! Come see Haley and Kristie at our Dothan East location! We love to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. is proud to announce the opening our second clinic in Dothan, Alabama! Say hello to Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East!

Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East will provide Physical Therapy, Industrial Rehabilitation, and Sports Medicine services to the community of Dothan.

Our new clinic is located at 1811 East Main Street, Suite 1. Our phone number is 334-828-7300. Feel free to stop by and say hello to Haley and Kristie!

Now open! Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East, 1811 East Main Street, Suite 1, Dothan, Alabama 36301

Now open! Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East, 1811 East Main Street, Suite 1, Dothan, Alabama 36301

Now open! Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East, 1811 East Main Street, Suite 1, Dothan, Alabama 36301

Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan East
1811 East Main Street, Suite 1.
Dothan, Alabama 36301
334-828-7300
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Now Hiring – Staff Accountant, Decatur, Alabama


Mattie Womack-Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabiltation-Cullman


Chinese Medical Professionals visit Encore Rehabilitation Facilities-Part 3

Ewald Jeltsch – Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula

Ewald Jeltsch - Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula, Alabama

Clinical Director Brandon Addison, PT, left, with Ewald Jeltsch, Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula, Alabama

After rotator cuff surgery, Ewald Jeltsch came to Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula for physical therapy. He chose Encore because of his friendship with Clinical Director and Physical Therapist Brandon Addison. He knew Brandon would provide him with great care and the clinic was close to home.

Brandon says, “Mr. Ewald had a long road to recovery after his surgery. After putting in the hard work and with a  little encouragement, he was able to get over all the speed bumps in the way! Way to go, friend!”

Encore Rehabilitation wishes congratulations to Ewald on his recovery! Mr. Ewald is Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula!

Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula
825 West Washington Street
Eufaula, Alabama 36027
334-355-6009
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Meet Clinical Director Brandon Addison – Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula


Tae’yona Glanton – Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula


Meet Brianna Deal of Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula

Factors that affect Balance

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As we celebrate Day 2 of Balance Awareness Week, we want to highlight some of the factors that can affect your balance.

First, your brain must process the sensory information it receives from your body. If you have dealt with a neurological such as a stroke, concussion, or Parkinson’s disease, your ability to process the information may be impaired. The brain receives this information from visual input (what you are seeing), somatosensory input (what you are feeling and sensing in your environemt), and vestibular input (motion, equilibrium and spatial orientation).

On this poster, we have provided you with more information on what the vestibular system does.

 

At Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehabilitation, we have two clinically certified vestibular therapists who would love to get you moving again!
Call or come by our offices for more information!

 

Encore Rehabilitation at Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehabilitation
3603 Bienville Boulevard, Suite 200
Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564

Lymphedema Therapy is now available at Encore Rehabilitation in Winfield, Haleyville and Hamilton!

Lymphedema Therapy is now available at Encore Rehabilitation in Winfield, Haleyville, and Hamilton with Certified Lymphedema Therapist Pat Waldner, PT.

Lymphedema Therapy is now available at Encore Rehabilitation in Winfield, Haleyville and Hamilton with Certified Lymphedema Therapist Pat Waldner, PT, CLT!

Pat received her Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the University of South Alabama and has 33 years of clinical experience as a Physical Therapist. In November, 2016, she became a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) through Klose Training and worked full-time for one year as a CLT in the Lymphedema Clinic at Cox Health in Springfield, Missouri. This training and experience has established Pat as an expert in lymphedema treatment.

Pat has now returned to northwest Alabama to provide lymphedema services to patients suffering with lymphedema and edema symptoms.

Lymphedema and edema affects a large number of people and can be effectively treated by a Certified Lymphedema Therapist using Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) techniques which include patient & family education, exercise, skin care, manual lymphatic drainage, short stretch bandages, and garments.

If you could benefit from Lymphedema Therapy or if you have questions, contact Encore Rehabilitation in Winfield, Haleyville, and Hamilton.

Encore Rehabilitation-Winfield
199 Carraway Drive, Suite A1
Winfield, Alabama 35594
205-487-0540

Encore Rehabilitation-Haleyville
42465 Highway 195
Haleyville, Alabama 35565
205-486-2753

Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton
1261 Military Street S
Hamilton, Alabama 35570
205-952-9065

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Risk of Lymphedema Following Cancer Interventions

Balance Awareness Week, Sept. 16-22, 2018

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This week kicks off the worldwide Balance Awareness Week!

 

At Ocean Springs Neuro Vestibular Rehab, our team of clinically certified specialists can help you improve your balance, decrease your risk of falling, and help you stay independent!

Throughout the week we will be posting new information about different impairments that can affect your balance and how our team can help you.

 

If you feel your balance could use a tune up, contact us today at 228-818-1207 and let our expert therapists help you thrive!
Encore Rehabilitation at Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehabilitation
3603 Bienville Boulevard, Suite 200
Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564
228-818-1207
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AHSAA Football Results-Friday, Sept. 14, 2018

AHSAA Football Scoreboard –

Friday Results (with Thursday games included)

Class 7A

Auburn 21, Lee-Montgomery 17
Austin 31, Gadsden City 10 (corrected)
Central-Phenix City 49, Prattville 6
Florence 39, Bob Jones 28
Foley 30, Alma Bryant 17
Gadsden City 31, Austin 10
Hewitt-Trussville 56, Hoover 28
James Clemens 62, Huntsville 19
McGill-Toolen Catholic 21, Davidson 0
Mountain Brook 24, Spain Park 14
Murphy 36, Mary Montgomery 30
Smiths Station 22, Enterprise 16
Sparkman 17, Grissom 13
Theodore 17, Fairhope 10
Thompson 35, Oak Mountain 21
Vestavia Hills 28, Tuscaloosa County 19


Class 6A

Albertville 20, Buckhorn 8
Athens 29. Decatur 27
Benjamin Russell 25, Selma 20
Carver-Birmingham 26, McCracken County (KY) 18
Carver-Montgomery 34, Baker 0
Cullman 48, Columbia 8
Daphne 40, B.C. Rain 6
Dothan 29, Russell County 14
Fort Payne 48, Mae Jemison 47
Gardendale 40, Pell City 21
Hartselle 15, Muscle Shoals 14
Hazel Green 78, Lee-Huntsville 35
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 62, Brookwood 0
Homewood 48, Helena 6
Jackson-Olin 22, Chelsea 0
McAdory 16, Bessemer City 12
Minor 28, Pelham 21
Oxford 62, Charles Henderson 0
Park Crossing 18, Northview 10
Paul Bryant 23, Northridge 16
Pinson Valley 28, Clay-Chalkville 21
Saraland 38, Baldwin County 10
Satellite (FL) 24, Gulf Shores 19
Sidney Lanier 22,  Eufaula 20
Spanish Fort 54, Robertsdale 18
Stanhope Elmore 35, Calera 12
St. Paul’s Episcopal 11, Blount 7
Wetumpka 30, Opelika 28


Class 5A

Ardmore 33, Arab 24
Beauregard 38, Rehobeth 7
Bibb County 30, Shelby County 24
Boaz 14, Alexandria 7
Briarwood Christian 46, Woodlawn 0
Center Point 32, Munford 0
Central-Clay County 42, Springville 6
Chilton County 29, Central-Tuscaloosa 26
Citronelle 28, LeFlore 20
Crossville 31, Douglas 7
Demopolis 44, Marbury 7
Dora 37, Hamilton 12
Etowah 36, Sardis 0
Greenville 14, Valley 7
Guntersville 21, Scottsboro 7
Fairfield 26, Wenonah 0
Jackson 53, Wilcox Central 8
Jasper 35, Corner 20
Lawrence County 43, West Point 7
Madison Academy 45, Brewer 7
Mortimer Jordan 28, St. Clair County 3
Parker 54, John Carroll Catholic 0
Ramsay 32, Pleasant Grove 9
Russellville 48, Hayden 13
Sylacauga 21, Moody 14
Tallassee 24, Carroll 21
Vigor 40, Satsuma 3


Class 4A

American Christian 52, West Blocton 0
Andalusia 48, Monroe County 0
Anniston 28, Cleburne County 8
Ashford 39, Dale County 14
Brooks 49, Wilson 14
Clarke County 46, W.S. Neal 13
Curry 35, Oak Grove 6
Deshler 35, Central-Florence 21
Fayette County 35, Cordova 12
Good Hope 32, Tanner 0
Handley 43, B.T. Washington 6
Headland 42, Trinity Presbyterian 13
Hillcrest-Evergreen 26, Escambia County 0
Hokes Bluff 49, Oneonta 7
Holtville 35, Childersburg 12
Jacksonville 56, Cherokee County 21
Lincoln 42, Leeds 21
Montevallo 64, Jemison 41
Montgomery Catholic 28, Abbeville Christian 8
North Jackson 75, DAR 41
Northside 43, Haleyville 22
Randolph 47, Priceville 21
Sipsey Valley 18, Greensboro 14
St. John Paul Catholic II 28, Fairview 13
Sumter Central 30, Dallas County 22
Talladega 47, Elmore County 21
UMS-Wright 19, Williamson 0
West Limestone 27, Elkmont 7
West Morgan 28, Danville 24
White Plains 32, Ashville 6


Class 3A

B.B. Comer 40, Glencoe 7
Beulah 27, Prattville Christian 7
Bullock County 22, Dadeville 17
Carbon Hill 42, Hale County 21
Colbert Heights 40, Lauderdale County 34
Flomaton 35, Excel 12
Fultondale 35, J.B. Pennington 6
Geraldine 49, Brindlee Mountain 0
Gordo 40, Oakman 13
Holly Pond 22, Hanceville 6
Houston Academy 52, Opp 0
Lamar County 53, Greene County 34
Locust Fork 44, East Lawrence 6
Midfield 40, Vinemont 20
Phil Campbell 15, Clements 7
Piedmont 27, Randolph County 22
Pike County 27, Geneva 22
Pike Road 35, Southside-Selma 6
Pisgah 13, New Hope 0
Providence Christian 35, Wicksburg 12
Saint James 35, Montgomery Academy 13
Saks 42, Walter Wellborn 13
Slocomb 21, Straughn 6
Susan Moore 20, Plainview 14
Thomasville 22, Bayside Academy 0
T.R. Miller 40, St. Michael Catholic 0
Weaver 40, Pleasant Valley 13
Westminster Christian 39, Lexington 0
Winfield 42, Holt 7


Class 2A

Abbeville 32, Geneva County 7
Addison 39, Red Bay 12
Aliceville 30, Sulligent 0
Ariton 34, Houston County 0
Cedar Bluff 26, Sand Rock 0
Chickasaw 20, R.C. Hatch 12
Colbert County 68, Tharptown 0
Cold Springs 33, Sumiton Christian 14
Cottage Hill Christian 54, Washington County 13
Cottonwood 35, Barbour County 20
Daleville 32, G.W. Long 8
Fayetteville 17, Central Coosa 8
Fyffe 54, Collinsville 24
Goshen 18, Samson 0
Highland Home 56, Calhoun 0
Ider 28, Section 6
J.U. Blacksher 36, Choctaw County 16
Leroy 14, Southern Choctaw 12
Luverne 47, Zion Chapel 14
New Brockton 46, Central-Hayneville 12
North Sand Muntain 54, Asbury 14
Ohatchee 45, Cleveland 6
Ranburne 41, Woodland 0
Reeltown 41, Horseshoe Bend 0
Sheffield 17, Hatton 16
Sylvania 24, Gaston 8
Tarrant 39, Winston County 8
Thorsby 18, LaFayette 14
Westbrook Christian 62, West End 35


Class 1A

Billingsley 48, Verbena 8
Brantley 34, Florala 6
Cherokee 60, Vina 0
Donoho 14, Winterboro 8
Elba 38, Kinston 6
Falkville 55, Valley Head 6
Francis Marion 28, Holy Spirit Catholic 17
Isabella 53, A.L. Johnson 0
Georgiana 55, McKenzie 0
Hubbertville 47, Meek 28
Keith 46, Ellwood Christian 6
Lanett 48, Autaugaville 0
Linden 38, Maplesville 27
Marengo 46, Fruitdale 0
Marion County 49, Brilliant 14
Mars Hill Bible 64, Phillips 0
Pickens County 62, Lynn 16
R.A. Hubbard 41, Decatur Heritage 20
Red Level 15, Pleasant Home 14
Shoals Christian 27, Alabama School/Deaf 24
South Lamar 56, Berry 20
Spring Garden 33, Notasulga 14
St. Luke’s Episcopal 49, McIntosh 6
Sweet Water 34, Millry 6
Talladega County Central 22, Ragland 0
Victory Christian 40, Appalachian 12
Wadley 50, Loachapoka 12
Waterloo 47, Hackleburg 34
Woodville 34, Gaylesville 20


Encor’e Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.



Hoover High School’s Josh Niblett Named Alabama All-Star Head Coach for 2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Game


Inaugural Cullman County Schools Media Day for Fall Sports – 2018


Alice Korhonen – “I had lived in pain for years”


Kyle Knight – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton

KYLE KNIGHT - Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton, Alabama

Meet Kyle Knight, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton!

Kyle is a Senior at Hamilton High School where he plays Football for the Aggies. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career with HVAC (heating and cooling). Kyle is the son of Marsha Knight.

Congratulations, Kyle! We hope you have a super Senior year!

Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton
1261 Military Street S
Hamilton, Alabama 35570
205-952-9065
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AHSAA Cross Country Update – Sept. 13, 2018

Photo Finish at Etowah County Trail Invitational Grabs AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for Week 3

MONTGOMERY – The 5,000-meter championship race at the Etowah County Trail Invitational high school boys’ cross country competition held at Noccalula Falls Course near Gadsden may have been a long-distance race. However, it came down to a photo finish last week when Briarwood Christian sophomore Trent Malloy nipped senior Chance Cofield of Albertville by just 27/100ths of a second to win the individual title.
Malloy clocked 18:31.25 to beat Cofield, who crossed the finish line at 18:31.52 to share the AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for week three of the AHSAA prep cross country season.
The pair beat a field that totaled just over 200 runners.  Albertville, coached by Logan Cornett, took first place with 39 points and Pleasant Valley was second with 75 points. Briarwood is coached by Aaron Margene.
   The girls’ race was won by Abby Nunnelly, a 5-foot senior for Alexandria. She crossed the finish line at 22:26.11 in another close finish to nip runner-up Maddie Jackson of Fort Payne by 25 seconds. Jackson, a freshman, clocked 22:52.71 to help the Wildcats claim the team title with 24 points. Teammates Anahi Barboza, Aylin Vega, Mollie Sanderson and Abigail Vega were close behind at third, fourth, sixth and ninth, respectively. Barboza is an eighth grader, Anahi Vega, a sophomore, and Abigail Vega and Sanderson freshmen for Coach Ashley Jackson’s team. Pleasant Valley finished second with 78 points.


In other cross country highlights reported from last week’s action:

BOYS
WILL STONE, HOMEWOOD: The Patriots senior won the large-school division title at the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park with a winning time of 15:37.19 in the 5,000-meter race. Mountain Brook senior Hunter Harwell was second crossing the finish line at 15:50.25. Both times were the fastest of the week for Alabama prep runners.  Huntsville totaled 101 points to win the meet, one of the largest in the state annually in the regular season, that had 274 boys’ participants in the large-division race.  Vestavia Hills had 127 points to finish second out of 39 schools participating, and Homewood was third with 140.
NICK SIEDERS, UNIVERSITY SCHOOL (TN): Ran 16:52.11 to win the small-school division of the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational meet at Oakville Indian Mounds Park. He helped his school from Nashville finished second behind winner Tupelo Christian (MS), which won with 76 points. University School had 79 and St. John Paul II Catholic of Huntsville was third with 80 points. Noah Flynn of St. John Paul II was third with a time of 17:07.03. The field included 33 schools and 297 runners.
GRAHAM BIANCHI, SPRINGVILLE: Helped the Tigers win the team title at the St. Clair County Invitational at Odenville with a winning time of 17:54.94 in the race that included 99 runners. John Niiler of Northridge was second at 18:07.59. Springville had 36 points and runner-up Stanhope Elmore had 90 among the nine teams participating.
DUSTYN LEWIS, GRISSOM: Clocked 10:10.99 to win the featured 2-mile race at the Bearcat 2-Mile Meet. Carson Levario-Slaten of Hartselle finished five seconds back to take second place in the field of 95 runners. Grissom won the team title with 50 points, and Cullman was second with 62.

 

GIRLS
McKENZIE HOGUE, THOMPSON: The Warriors senior won the large-school division race of the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational at Oakville Indian Mounds Park with a winning time of 18:31.28 in the 5,000-meter race. Sophomore Presley Miles of Saint James was second with a 19:15.04 time. The race included 233 participants representing 32 schools. Mountain Brook won the team title with 78 points, and Brentwood (TN) was second with 92.
ISABELLA ROWLAND, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY: The Eagles senior ran 20:47.37 to beat the field of 202 runners in the small-school division of the 18th Chickasaw Trails Invitational at Oakville. Junior Cassidy Winter of West Limestone was second with a 20:59.10 finish. St. John Paul II Catholic won the team crown with 106 points, and Montgomery Academy was second with 120. A total of 21 teams competed in the race.
MEGHIAN McCARTHY, ASHVILLE: She was the first runner to cross the finish line, clocking 22:29.51, and the Bulldogs scored 34 points to claim the title of the St. Clair County Invitational held at Odenville. Kathleen McCARTHY was second at 23:24.41, followed by St. Clair County teammates Taylor Knight and Emma Thompson, who finished third and fourth, respectively, in the race of 45 participants. Northridge took second place with 52 points.

 


 

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.

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Dr. James Andrews and Encore Rehabilitation President Paul Henderson


New law in Alabama – Coach Safely Program


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Now Open! Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville, Alabama!


Chinese Medical Professionals visit Singing River Health System Facilities and Encore Rehabilitation-Mississippi-Part 4

Megan McIntyre – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Fayette

Meagan McIntyre- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabiltiation-Fayette

Congratulations to Meagan McIntyre! She has been selected Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Fayette!

Meagan is a Senior at Fayette County High School where she plays softball for the Tigers and has earned the “Best Hustle” award. Her post-graduation plans include pursuing a radiology degree. In her spare time she likes to fish, hunt, play softball, and spend time with her dog.

Meagan is the daughter of Mea Haines and Terry McIntyre.

Congratulations again, Meagan! Have a great Senior year!

Encore Rehabilitation-Fayette
1793 North Temple Street
Fayette, Alabama 35555
205-904-8228
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