Awareness

Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula receives Active Shooter Preparedness Training

Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula Clinic Director Brandon Addison with Lt. Jason Sloop of the Eufaula Police Department #EncoreRehab

Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula Clinic Director Brandon Addison with Lt. Jason Sloop of the Eufaula Police Department

Lieutenant Jason Sloop with the Eufaula Police Department visited Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula staff to provide information about active shooters situations. Lt. Sloop’s training included the React-Escape-Survive program.

Thank you, Lt. Sloop, for visiting us!

Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula
825 West Washington Street
Eufaula, Alabama 36027
334-355-6009
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Terri Tarquinee -Back to My Daily Activities!

Introducing Athletic Trainer Jessica McManus of Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula!

Meet Clinical Director Brandon Addison – Encore Rehabilitation-Eufaula

Video-Lemon Face Challenge with East Central Physical Therapy

Doing their part to raise awareness for DIPG, East Central Physical Therapy accepted the Lemon Face Challenge extended by Singing River Health System!

DIPG stand for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, a rare and deadly childhood brain cancer. Unlike many other pediatric cancers, there has been little progress in improving treatments and cure rates for DIPG over the last few decades. Unfortunately, fewer than 10% of children with DIPG survive two years from diagnosis.** More research is needed. Nick Saban, Nicholas Cage, the LA Dodgers, and the Arizona Diamondbacks are among many others who are helping to raise awareness.

**DIPG Statistics and more information can be found on the DIPB.org website by clicking here. 

East Central Physical Therapy  228-588-0272

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Lemon Face Challenge – Ocean Springs Neuro Rehab

Another Lemon Face Challenge Accepted! Medical Park Rehab and Pascagoula Rehab

Medical Park Rehab and Pascagoula Rehab Services accept the Lemon Face Challenge from Singing River Health Systems!

The Lemon Face Challenge is to help spread awareness for DIPG. DIPG is Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and it is a rare and deadly pediatric brain cancer. DIPG has a survival rate of less than one per cent, and usually affects children between the ages of four and eleven. This disease has affected several children in the Mississippi Gulf Coast area.

DIPG affects the pons portion of the brainstem, rendering nervous system function impossible. Symptoms include double vision, inability to close the eyelids completely, dropping one side of the face, and difficulty chewing, swallowing, and breathing.

Medical Park Rehab Services – (228) 471-1520 on Facebook
Pascagoula Rehab Services – (229) 762-1602 on Facebook

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Lemon Face Challenge – Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehab

Lemon Face Challenge-Ocean Springs Neuro Rehab, Mississippi

Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehab accepts the Lemon Face Challenge from Singing River Health Systems!

The Lemon Face Challenge is to help spread awareness for DIPG. DIPG is Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and it is a rare and deadly pediatric brain cancer. DIPG has a survival rate of less than one per cent, and usually affects children between the ages of four and eleven. This disease has affected several children in the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

The Lemon Face Challenge was started by 11-year-old Aubreigh Nicholas, who was diagnosed with DIPG in September. Her charity, Aubreigh’s Army, has already raised more than $48,000 at the time of this writing.

#sosostrong #DIPG

Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehab
3603 Bienville Boulevard, Suite 200
Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564
228-818-1207
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Swim for MS – 18,000 laps in one month!

 

 

3 people with 2 dogs standing next to a ribbon for MS

A few participants in the Cullman MS Swim event: Bo Shirey, Robyn Crawford, and Ruth Ann Knight.

From guest contributor, Bo Shirey, Athletic Trainer with Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

I love to swim and I was looking to do a swim-a-thon as a fundraiser.  I decided to do one for MS (Multiple Sclerosis) because my mother, Judy Shirey, was diagnosed over 20 years ago.  I contacted her MS doctor, Chris Laganke, MD, and I was referred to the local National MS Society chapter in Alabama.

For the MS Swim event, all the proceeds raised would be donated to the local Alabama chapter to help raise awareness and find a cure for MS.

The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center gave me permission to use their facilities to host our event.  The event took place the entire month of January.  We had just over 20 swimmers to participate.  Our goal was to swim over 500 miles (18,000 laps) in the month of January.    We reached our goal just few days late but we had a couple of snow days and several of our swimmers had the flu.  We raised almost $4,000 for MS.

The next MS Swim event is scheduled for September 2019. We welcome others to participate and donate.

Bo Shirey MS Swim March 2018 Cullman Smaller

Bo Shirey with his Participation Certificate from the MS Swim

Congratulations, Bo, on a successful swim event for MS! Great job!
For more information, please contact Bo at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman.


Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 MainAvenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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