**From the ChoosePT.com website: Falls and a fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full and independent life. Although 1 in every 4 older adults falls each year, falling is not a part of normal aging. You have the power to reduce your risk of falls. A physical therapist can help you do so by:
Assessing your risk for falling
Designing an individualized plan for your fall-prevention needs
Helping you make your home as safe as possible
Educating you about the medical risk factors associated with falls
Providing you with appropriate exercises and balance training
Working with other health care professionals to address any underlying medical conditions that could increase your fall risk
Providing you with recommendations on appropriate community programs
Encore Rehabilitation Physical and Occupational Therapists can help you avoid or recover from a fall. Call us for more information!
“I was in a bad fall and it left me partially paralyzed in my legs. With Physical Therapy, theres’s a very good chance I will walk again.” ~ Darren Brown
Encore Rehabilitation-Winfield is proud of the progress Mr. Brown has made with his rehab. He has been dedicated and committed to getting better and walking again. Thank you, Mr. Brown, for choosing Encore to be your rehab provider!
We are pleased to present Mr. Brown as our Patient of the Month at Encore Rehaiblitation-Winfield!
Amy Farrah, DPT, left, and Ashley Campbell, DPT are clinically Certified Vestibular Specialists at Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehabilitation, Mississippi
Say hello to our two Vestibular Rehabilitation experts:
Amy Farrar, DPT and Ashley Campbell, DPT!
On Day 4 of Balance Awareness Week, we want to spotlight Amy and Ashley and tell you more Vestibular Therapy.
As the only two Clinically Certified Vestibular Specialists on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Physical Therapists Amy and Ashley competently treat a variety of vestibular disorders that can affect your balance including BPPV; vestibular neuritis; labyrinthitis; vestibular hypofunction; Meniere’s disease; vestibular migraine; post concussion syndrome; and age-related balance impairments, as well as other problems.
To keep up with the latest research and techniques in Vestibular Rehab, Amy and Ashley attended the International Conference for Vestibular Rehabilitation in Chicago, IL held in August, 2018.
Recently, Amy and Ashley attended the International Conference for Vestibular Rehabilitation in Chicago where vestibular clinicians, researchers, and physicians from 52 different countries gathered to discuss the latest evidence-based research in this area. Continuing education is important for both of these ladies. They want to provide the best possible care for their patients.
Contact Ocean Springs Neurological Vestibular Rehabilitation today at 228-818-1207 to set up an evaluation with our rehabilitation team!
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