Author: Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.

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.

Mary Mooneyham- Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Mary Mooneyham is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East #EncoreRehab

Like a boss!  That’s how Mary Martin Mooneyham rocked PT, and why she has been chosen as Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East!

Mary is a Womens Soccer Athlete at Alabama State University.  She has a history of low back pain. When the pain returned last spring, Mary and her Certified Athletic Trainer, Jackie Smith, knew it was time to seek further evaluation.  Mary was referred for medical evaluation and then Physical Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East.

Mary did everything that she was asked to do and even showed up early to her appointments! When it came time to get stronger to return to her sport, she really showed out and did an awesome job!

Great job, Mary! We can’t wait to see you back on the field for ASU! 

Mary is pictured with Clinic Director Jeff Cotten, PTA, ATC, CES, LMT.

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the  Alabama State University Hornets as well as numerous colleges and high schools across Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi. We LOVE to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East
2562 Eastern Boulevard
Montgmery, Alabama 36117
334-523-8805
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Danielle Greene is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Meet Jeff Cotten, LPTA, ATC, CES, LMT Clinic Director with Encore Rehabilitation-Montgomery East

Abe Abrams – Fishing Again!

AHSAA Summer Conference with Encore Rehabilitation President Paul Henderson

AHSAA All Star Paul Henderson July 2019 revised⁦‪
Encore Rehabilitation, Inc. was represented well at the 2019 Alabama High School Athletic Association All-Star Summer Conference!
Encore Sports Medicine Athletic Trainers provided sports medicine services at all the games while the Encore Rehabilitation Marketing Team participated in the Summer Conference Expo.
Pictured here are President and co-founder Paul Henderson with Coach Doug Barfield, Director of Business Development Gary Barfield, and Director of Recruiting John Henderson.
Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for
the Alabama High School Athletic Association
as well as numerous colleges and high schools
across Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi.

We LOVE to see you move!

JD Phillips – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville

JD Phillips is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville #EncoreRehab

Congratulations to JD Phillips, Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville!

JD is a Senior at Prattville Christian Academy where he plays Football (#60) for the Panthers. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and weightlifting. His future plans include obtaining a degree in Business Marketing from Faulkner University.

JD is the son of Darin Phillips and Karen Phillips.

We are proud of you, JD! Have a great football season and senior year!

Pictured here with JD is Clinical Director Dylan Heartsill, PT, DPT.

Encore Rehabilitation-Prattville
1976 Fairview Avenue
Prattville, Alabama 36066
334-310-1721
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Welcome to Student Physical Therapist Jeremy Deneve!

Prattville Christian Academy Benefit Dinner

Meet Carly Evans – Encore Rehabilitation Regional Office Manager

Jeanetta Britt – Zero Pain!

Welcome Preston Montgomery to Encore Rehabilitation-Moulton

Welcome to Preston Montgomery of Encore Rehabilitation-Moulton #EncoreRehab

Encore Rehabilitation-Moulton would like to welcome Preston Montgomery, our new Physical Therapy Aide!

Preston is a senior at the University of North Alabama majoring in Exercise Science. He will be attending Physical Therapy School this fall. We are glad to have him on our rehab team!

Welcome to the Encore Rehabilitation Family, Preston!

Encore Rehabilitation-Moulton
11186 AL Highway 157, Suite B
Moulton, Alabama 35650
256-905-7295
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Charles Williams is Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Moulton

Nathan Senior – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation – Moulton

Career Opportunities with Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.

Live Streaming of 2019 AHSAA All-Star Week

AHSAA ALL-STAR WEEK Live Streaming available

The 2019 AHSAA All-Star Sports Week North-South competition gets underway tonight with baseball at Riverwalk Stadium beginning at 4 p.m., and the girls’ and boys’ basketball games at 5 and 7 p.m., respectively at Alabama State University. Check out the live action produced by the Central-Phenix City High School NFHS Network School Broadcast Program, executive producer Tim Loreman, on the NFHS Network’s subscriber-based network this week at the following links:

Baseball – July 16, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gamfd1b0b915b

 

Girls Basketball – July 16, 5 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gam3f772d87ff

 

Boys Basketball – July 16, 7 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gam2fbbf9493d

 

Softball – July 17, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gam6cfe9fbf5d

 

Girls Soccer – July 17, 5 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gam30244154dd

 

Boys Soccer – July 17, 7 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gam5fa5c4053d

 

Volleyball – July 18, 4 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gamdcca0ee130

 

Football – July 18, 7 p.m.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/centralphenix-city-high-school-phenix-city-al/gamcac055cd38

 

The Sportsmanship Banquet on Friday, July 19 at noon; the Championship Coaches Banquet on Friday, July 19 at 6 p.m.; and the AHSAA Officials Awards Banquet on Saturday, July 20 at 11:30 a.m. will also be live-streamed over the NFHS Network. Links will be available soon.

 

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be
the Official Provider for Athletic Training Services
for the Alabama High School Athletic Association
and numerous high schools and colleges across
Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi 

Want to know more about Encore Sports Medicine?
Click here or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.

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2019 Encore-Uhler Sports Medicine Symposium set for July 12-14, 2019 in Orange Beach, Alabama

Morgan Canty is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Center Point

Jeanetta Britt – Zero Pain!

Abe Abrams – Fishing Again!

Abe Abrams is playing his guitar and fishing again after Physical Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana #EncoreRehab

Abe Abrams came to Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana for physical therapy on his shoulder after surgery. He had some movement and could lift lightweight objects, however, his pain level was high.

After several weeks of rehab, Mr. Abrams is greatly improved! In fact, he is now able to go fishing and can play his guitar! He says, “I would recommend Encore Rehabilitation. The staff is very good and the location is convenient, close to home.

We are proud of you Mr. Abrams! Thank you for choosing Encore Rehabilitation!

Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana
101 West College Street, Suite 100
Columbiana, Alabama 35051
205-671-0914 
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Bob Garzarek – “The Best Therapists”

Chinese Medical Professionals visit Encore Rehabilitation Facilities-Part 1

Chuck Jensen – More movement & great care!

Career Opportunities with Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.

 

All-Star Football and Basketball Squads Launch 2019 AHSAA All-Star Sports Week*

Shown pictured are: left-David McKinney, Winfield High School, North All-Star Football Coach and right-Richard White, Dadeville High School, South All-Star Football Coach.

All-Star rosters, coaching staffs and team itineraries can be found at:
http://www.ahsaa.com/AHSADCA/2019-AHSAA-Summer-Conference

*MONTGOMERY – North-South All-Star squads for the upcoming 60th AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game and 77th annual North-South All-Star Basketball Boys’ and Girls’ Games report Sunday, July 14, as the 2019 AHSAA All-Star Sports Week and Summer Conference gets set to begin.

The two 37-member football teams comprised of 2019 graduating seniors report to Auburn-Montgomery University Sunday to begin preparations for Thursday night’s annual game at Cramton Bowl. The football clash concludes the most comprehensive all-star competition in All-Star Week history, said Jamie Lee Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), which hosts All-Star Week and Summer Conference Coaching School. The boys’ and girls’ all-star basketball teams will report for practice Sunday as well. Both games will be played Tuesday with the girls’ competition tipping off at Oliver-Dunn Acadome on the Alabama State University campus at 5 p.m., and the boys’ clash will follow at 7 p.m.

The North-South Baseball doubleheader will be at Riverwalk Stadium beginning at 4 p.m., Tuesday.

Wednesday’s All-Star slate includes boys’ and girls’ cross country at AUM at 7:30 a.m.; softball at Lagoon Park at 5 p.m.; and boys’ and  girls’ soccer at Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex at 5 p.m.

Thursday’s All-Star schedule features boys’ and girls’ golf at 8:30 a.m., and boys’ and girls’ tennis at 10 a.m., both at Montgomery Country Club. The North-South Volleyball match will be at the Cramton Bowl Multi-Plex at 4 p.m., and the football clash will close out the All-Star competition at 7 p.m., at Cramton Bowl.

The AHSADCA, which operates under the auspices of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) will also host all-star games in baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball, boys’ and girls’ cross country, and for the first time boys’ and girls’ competition in golf and tennis during the All-Star Week.

The Central-Phenix City High School NFHS Network School Broadcast Program, under the  direction of executive producer Tim Loreman, will live-steam over the NFHS Network all all-star game except cross country, tennis and golf. A special delayed program will highlight those three sports. The AHSAA Radio Network will also broadcast the North-South football game live over its network.

The South holds a 30-27-2 edge in the North-South football series, which is the oldest series with its first game played in 1948. The North won 27-14 last July for its fourth straight victory in the series. The North won the first game of the series played 71 years ago at
Tuscaloosa 33-0.

Head coach for the South this week is Dadeville High School Coach Richard White. The North head coach is Winfield Coach David McKinney.

The North coaching staff includes Clint Smith, Jacksonville; Bryan Moore, Jasper; Scott Mansell, Hueytown; Al Smith, Gadsden City; Jeremy Sullivan, Boaz; Oscar Glasscock, Cullman; and Cedric Brown, Southside-Selma, the squad’s administrative coach. Rounding out the South coaching staff are: Lawrence “L.T.” Yelding, B.C. Rain; Jack Hankins, Thomasville; Danny Raines, Headland; Roger McDonald, Carroll; Patrick Browning, Pike Road; Daniel Flowers, Southside-Selma; and administrative coach I Mark Heaton of Gadsden City.

      Coaches for the North boys’ basketball game are James Poindexter of McAdory and Anthony Reid of Florence. South coaches are Jeffrey Pope of LeFlore and Jessie Doster of Dadeville. North girls’ coaches are Kim Nails of Southside-Gadsden and JeTaime Silas of Lee-Huntsville; South girls’ coaches are Dyneshia Jones of Charles Henderson and Rand Smith of Southside-Selma. Administrative coaches are Brant Llewellyn of Lauderdale County (North) and Nigel Card of Saint James (South).

The South boys won the 2018 North-South basketball all-star game 61-57 and the North girls won 66-57. The South now holds a 48-28 edge in the series dating back to 1953, and the North girls are 19-3 in the competition which got underway in 1997.

The Summer Conference includes coaching schools in the sports of  baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, volleyball, track and field, wrestling and cheerleading. Several outstanding clinicians are set several outstanding college head coaches speaking at the basketball school. Among them are Auburn University men’s coach Bruce Pearl, University of Alabama new men’s head coach Nate Cross and University of Tennessee coach Rick Barnes. Also scheduled to speak are new Troy University head men’s coach Scott Cross, University of Montevallo women’s basketball coach Greg Van Atta, Lipscomb University coach Lennie Acuff several college assistant coaches and prominent high school coaches.

While NCAA rules restrict Division I head coaches from speaking at the AHSAA Summer Conference, a strong lineup of high school and non-Division I football coaches are set for the football school. College coaches include Miles College head coach Reginal Ruffin and offensive and defensive coordinators Aaron James and Rashad Watson; Huntingdon College head coach Mike Turk; University of West Alabama offensive coordinator Don Bailey and defensive line coach Roberto Pinilla; and retired form University of Alabama assistant coach Sylvester Croom. High school coaches include former NFL standouts Kenny King and Atlas Herrion of Daphne High School; Mike Glisson and Adrian Abrams, Minor High School; Bo Culver, Hartselle High School; and Mark Hurt, Central-Phenix City High School.

Last year’s results and the current series records for the North-South All-Star competition are:
All-Star Sports Week Results
Football
North 27, South 14
Volleyball
South 3, North 1
Cross Country
Girls: South 27, North 28
Boys: South 20, North 41
Basketball
Girls:  North 66, South 57
Boys: South 61, North 57
Baseball
Game 1: South 3, North 2
Soccer
Girls: North 2, South 0
Boys: North 2, South 1
Softball
Game 1: South 3, North 0
Game 2: North 5, South 4

Series Records (Through 2018)
Football – South leads 30-27-2
Boys Basketball – North leads 48-28
Girls Basketball – North leads 19-3

Baseball – North leads 23-12-1
Softball – North leads 25-21-3
Boys Soccer – North leads 11-4-1

Girls Soccer – North leads 15-2-1

Volleyball – North leads 14-7

Boys Cross Country – North and South tied at 1-1

Girls Cross Country – North and South are tied at 1-1
Current rosters for the North-South All-Star Foot

*Press Release and Photos courtesy of AHSAA. For more details visit their website at www.ahsaa.com

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be
the Official Provider for Athletic Training Services
for the Alabama High School Athletic Association
and numerous high schools and colleges across
Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi 

Want to know more about Encore Sports Medicine?
Click here or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.

encorerehab.com


AHSAA Champions Challenge changed to AHSAA Kickoff Classic

2019 North-South All-Star Football, Volleyball, and Cross Country Teams Announced

President Paul Henderson inducted into Hall of Fame

Dr. James Andrews and Encore Rehabilitation President Paul Henderson

Physical Therapy instead of surgery

Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove on SuperTalk Radio

Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove was featured on SuperTalk Radio with Michel Mergens in Hattiesburg, Mississippi #EncoreRehab
Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove has moved to a new location, next door to Anatomies Health and Fitness Club!
A special thanks to SuperTalk Radio and Michael Mergens for having Encore Rehabilitation Marketing Representative Stacey Farlow and Anatomies General Manager Patrick Irby on the show to discuss our new location and how our patients can continue with their wellness journey after rehabilitation by utilizing the Anatomies Gateway program.
We LOVE to see you move! If Physical Therapy is in your future, choose Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove!
Encore Rehabilitation-Oak Grove
122 98th Place Boulevard 
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39402
601-268-0208
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Lisa Miles – Excellent, Attentive Care with Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika

Lisa Miles Photo Opelika Revised

Congratulations to Lisa Miles, Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika!

“I had dealt with increasing pain in my hip and back for months until finally seeking help. I’ve been pleased with my results since working with the team at Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika. I was referred by my doctor and I’m very happy. I’ve received excellent, attentive care from Daniel and the entire staff at Encore. My pain and mobility have all improved since starting Physical Therapy at Encore.”~ Lisa Miles

We are proud of your progress, Ms. Miles! Thank you for  choosing Encore!

Pictured here with Ms. Miles is Clinical Director Daniel Winn, DPT, Cert. DN.

Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika
3051 Frederick Road, Suite 4
Opelika, Alabama 36801
334-521-6644
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Meet Courtney McQuaker, Marketing Representative

Ellie Rodning is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika

Welcome to Kim Rodning, OT, Marketing Representative for Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika!

Kyle Parks – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach

Kyle Parks is Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach #EncoreRehab

We are pleased to announce Kyle Parks as Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach!

Kyle is a Senior at Long Beach High School where he plays Baseball. He was named to the Mississippi Class 5A Region 8 All-Region Baseball Team in 2019. His post-graduation plans include attending college to further his education.

Kyle is the son of  Don Parks and Jeannie Parks.

We are proud of you, Kyle! Have a great senior year!

Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach
5107 Beatline Road, Suite 300
Long Beach, Mississippi 39560
228-575-8429
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Sarah Holderer – Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach

Na’Sean Coleman – Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach

Encore Rehabilitation-Long Beach wins 1st Place-People’s Choice Award