Davidson High School

Clinical Director Molly Nelson, PT

Molly Anderson PT Photo

Molly Nelson graduated from University of South Alabama in 2004 with a Masters in Physical Therapy degree. She accepted her first position in Fort Collins, Colorado working for three years in orthopedic rehabilitation for a US News 50 Best Hospitals in Orthopedics. She returned to her hometown of Mobile, Alabama taking a sports medicine position with Encore Rehabilitation in 2007.

Her time with Encore Rehabilitation has allowed her to work in a variety of settings in the Mobile area including collegiate and high school athletic facilities. With the help of the Sports Medicine team, she was instrumental in establishing onsite Physical Therapy at Murphy High School and Davidson High School.

Currently, Molly is the Clinical Director at Encore Rehabilitation-Mobile Midtown and serves as the Physical Therapist with the Sports Medicine Team at UMS-Wright Preparatory School.

Molly believes patient care and respect should be held at highest degree while searching for root cause of orthopedic problems to allow people to move better and meet individual goals. Annual continuing education goals are accomplished by her with the most recent Certifications in ASYTM, SPORTSMETRICS, and Dry Needling. Her clinical interests include injury prevention programs, post surgical pain, ACL rehab with progression back to sport, and general orthopedic dysfunctions.

Molly and her husband, Jeff,  have two beautiful daughters that love to spend time playing golf, watching sports, and going to the beach together.

Thank you, Molly, for your dedication and commitment!

Encore Rehabilitation-Mobile Midtown
3078 Dauphin Square Connector, Mobile, Alabama  36607
251-341-5662

 

Mobile-Midtown Clinic Athlete of the Month, Terry Wiggins

Terry Wiggins

The Mobile-Midtown Clinic has chosen Terry Wiggins for their Athlete of the Month. He is a junior at Davidson High School and is an Offensive Lineman on the Varsity football team. He also throws shot-put on the Varsity Track and Field Team. Last summer during a scrimmage game, he tore his ACL l and was out for the rest of the season. After his surgery, Terry started coming to the Midtown location for physical therapy and has been going through the healing process rapidly. “He has made such a great patient and we feel he is part of our work family.” Terry let us know since he has been in treatment with us that the staff has inspired him to want to become a Physical Therapist. We thoroughly enjoy him and his family for his visits during the week. Good Luck next year, Terry! Keep up the good work!