As Alabama and Mississippi's largest privately-owned rehabilitation company, Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. helps people get back to their lives through physical therapy, occupational therapy, aquatic therapy, industrial rehab, sports medicine, and other orthopaedic rehabilitation programs. Rehabilitation services are provided at Encore Rehabilitation Centers in Alabama and Mississippi, as well as on-site at healthcare facilities, schools, companies, and other locations.
Say hello to Fairview High School Senior athlete Micah Means, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!
Micah’s sport is Volleyball where she excels! She has been named All-County 2 years; All-Area 3 years; Top Setter 3 years; and Top Server 4 years. She has also been selected Team Captain 2 years. Micah plans to continue volleyball at Wallace State Community College. In her personal time, she enjoys volleyball, bowling, and hanging out with friends.
Micah is the daughter of Tracy and Steve Means.
Congratulations, Micah! Have a great Senior year!
Micah is shown here with Encore Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Lindsey Walker.
Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Fairview Aggies!
Say hello to Jayvion Poke, Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan!
After fracturing his patella doing back flips on the playground, his doctor recommended physical therapy. Jayvion said, “My favorite thing about therapy there is that there are a lot of fun things to do and we have the best teachers there.”
After several months of therapy, he is progressing well and getting back to doing the things that he loves. We are proud of your progress, Jayvion, and we are glad to have you as our Patient of the Month!
At Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan, we specialize in high-quality Physical Therapy! For illnesses, surgeries, sports injuries, balance or strengthening, let our Rehab Team help YOU get back to the things you love!
Jayvion is pictured here with all of his friends on the Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan Rehab Team!
SUPER 7 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS SCHEDULE At Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 2-3-4, 2020
Wednesday, Dec. 2 CLASS 7A Finals Thompson (13-0) 29 vs Auburn (11-1) 28 Thompson is the 2020 7A State Champion.
Thursday, Dec. 3 CLASS 3A Finals Montgomery Catholic (12-2) vs. Fyffe (14-0), 10 a.m. CLASS 1A Finals Linden (14-0) vs. Pickens County (11-3), 2:45 p.m.
CLASS 5A Finals St. Paul’s Episcopal (14-0) vs. Pleasant Grove (11-2), 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 4 CLASS 4A Finals Gordo (13-1) vs. Handley (11-1), 10 a.m. CLASS 2A Finals Abbeville (12-1) vs. Mars Hill Bible (12-2), 2:45 p.m.
CLASS 6A Finals Spanish Fort (11-3) vs. Pinson Valley (11-2),7:30 p.m.
25th Super 7 State Football Championships Start Wednesday Thompson – Auburn Kick Off AHSAA State Football Championships at Bryant-Denny MONTGOMERY – Defending Class 7A state champion Thompson High School faces strong challenger Auburn High School when the two teams meet Wednesday night it kick off the AHSAA 25th Super 7 State Football Championships at the University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. This is the 55th year of the AHSAA State football playoffs. The Class 7A championship game kicks off at 7 p.m., as will be the first of seven state championship games to be held here Dec. 2-3-4. All games will be televised over the AHSAA TV Network and live-streamed over the NFHS Network. WOTM TV is producing the games which can been seen over a network of cable affiliates across the state. The games were offered free to every cable affiliate in the state. For Coach Mark Freeman’s Warriors (13-0), the state championship game will be the third in a row. Thompson lost to Central-Phenix City in 2018, came back to beat the Red Devils in last year’s Super 7 title game and will now face Central’s chief Region 2 rival Auburn (12-1) in the 2020 championship. This year’s finals take on even more significance said Freeman. “We were hoping to get back to the finals but more importantly, we were just hoping to be able to have a football season this year. “I am so proud of our team and all the teams that are here – and am thankful for the AHSAA and who sacrificed so much to make this season a possibility.” The Warriors roll in riding a seven-game playoff winning streak and an overall 17-game win streak dating back to a loss to Hewitt-Trussville in the last game of the regular season in 2019. Thompson, coached by Mark Freeman, is anchored on offense by junior quarterback Conner Harrell, who has completed 220-of-298 passes for 3,405 yards and 40 touchdowns his season. The Warriors are averaging 44.2 ppg and 457.6 yards per game with 190.2 coming on the ground. Jarrett Crockett is the team’s leading rusher with 1,037 yards and 16 touchdowns on 152 carries in just 10 games. Harrell has a strong receiving corps led by J.B. Mitchell, who has 70 catches for 1,163 yards and 12 touchdowns. Ryan Peppins has 63 receptions for 1,037 yards and also has 12 receiving TDs, Tre Roberson has 39 catches for 480 yards and five touchdowns, and Sam Reynolds has 26 catches for 465 yards and six scores. Defensively, linebacker Jeremiah Alexander has 106 tackles on the year with 29 resulting in loss yardage. His eight sacks lead the team and has accounted for 54 negative yards. Auburn, coached by Adam Winegarden, averages 35.0 ppg and is allowing just 14.4. Quarterback Matthew Caldwell has completed 115-of-211 passes for 1,768 yards and 19 TDs this season in 11 games. His top receivers are Bryson Clague (49 catches, 738 yards, 2 TDs); Jazavion Ray (18 catches for 408 yards and four scores); and explosive Quay Ross (21 receptions, 343 yards, 8 TDs). J.T. Rodgers is the team’s leading rusher with 703 yards and 10 TDs on 139 carries. Defensively, the Tigers have been tough up front all year. Defensive lineman Gordon Powell has 74 tackles, including nine sacks and 13 stops behind the line total. Middle linebacker Brad Harper has 79 tackles, linebacker Joey McGinty has 60 stops and seven sacks, and Quay Nelms has a team-leading six interceptions. Auburn has 17 as a team.
Thursday’s Super 7 schedule features state finals in Class 3A, 1A and 5A. Fyffe (14-0), the 2A state champs in 2018 and 2019, moved to 3A and will riding a 44-game winning streak when the Red Devils take on Montgomery Catholic (12-2) in the 3A finals at 10 a.m. The Class 1A championship game featuring Linden (14-0) and Pickens County (11-3) will follow at 2:49 p.m.; and the Class 5A championship game between Pleasant Grove (11-2) and unbeaten St. Paul’s Episcopal (14-0) of Mobile at 7:30 p.m. Classes 2A, 4A and 6A close out the 2020 Super 7 championships Friday. Handley (11-1) meets Gordo (13-1) at 10 a.m., in Class 4A; Abbeville (12-1), making its first state championship game appearance since 1971, faces Mars Hill Bible (12-2) at 2:45 p.m.; and Spanish Fort (11-3) takes on Pinson Valley (11-2) in the 6A finals at 7:30 p.m. Play-by-play announcer Tommy Wood and color analyst Coach Rick Rhoades will be handling the commentary for the Class 7A game Wednesday and split the remaining games with sportscasters Mickey Shadrix and Gethard Methangani Thursday and Friday. he AHSAA Radio Network, anchored by veteran announcers Randy Lee and Brett Pritchard, will also broadcast all seven championship games over its network of radio affiliates and the internet. The Radio Network will feature a host of announcers including popular Mobile radio personalities Rick Cleveland and Corey LaBounty as well as veteran AHSAA Network personalities Luke Robinson, Jeremy Jeffcoat, Caleb Brooks and producer Stacy Mills.
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous high schools and colleges across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. We LOVE to see you move!
Encore Rehabilitation Corporate Office and the Encore Rehabilitation Decatur Central Billing Office would like to thank all the employees that participated the 3rd Annual Food Drive! Your generous support will help many families in the Decatur area.
Donations were collected in November to benefit this year’s recipient, the Decatur Neighborhood Christian Center. The NCC is located on 619 Bank Street, Decatur, Alabama. For more information at the NCC, please visit their website: https://www.decaturncc.org
Pictured here are representatives from the NCC and Encore Rehabilitation.
THE ANNUAL MARINE CORPS RESERVE “TOYS FOR TOTS” DRIVE IS UNDERWAY!
Encore Rehabilitation-Arab is delighted to be designated as the “Toys for Tots” drop off point for the area. Toys may be dropped off Monday-Friday from 8 am – 5 pm until Dec. 10th. Toys should be new and unwrapped.
The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope. Thank you for your donations!
Stretching before and after working out helps to prevent injuries and alleviate soreness. Remember to take time to stretch!
This week, SportsFit Leakesville Gym Manager Stacy Eubanks demonstrates how to use the foam roller for stretching. If you have questions about your fitness goals, how to use the equipment, or setting up a fitness routine, just ask! We’re here to help you!
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Say hello to Willie Sagers, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation – Pike Road!
Willie is a Senior at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School. He competes in Football and Track for the Knights. His future plans include playing college football and pursuing a degree in Marketing. In his free time, Willie enjoys reading, swimming, and hunting.
Willie is the son of Demetrius and Dale Chappell.
We are proud of you, Willie! Congratulations!
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Montgomery Catholic Knights !