#EncoreRehab Phenix City wears pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Rehab Team at Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City is wearing pink to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Shown here are Physical Therapist Assistant Brandon Boyer; Physical Therapist Paige Riddick, Clinic Director; and Front Office Manager Barbara Bellamy.

Currently, there are over 3.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.

All women face the risk of breast cancer. But with early detection and diagnosis, the chance of beating breast cancer is greater than 90 percent** according to current research. Early detection includes doing monthly breast self-exams and scheduling regular clinical breast exams and mammograms.

Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City
5408 Summerville Road, Suite 150
Phenix City, Alabama 36867
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** Statistic taken from https://weillcornell.org/news/early-detection-is-important-in-breast-cancer-care#:~:text=All%20women%20face%20the%20risk,detection%20and%20diagnosis%20are%20critical.

Paige Downing is Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City

Dr. Garza is moving with less pain after rehab with Encore Rehabilitation-Phenix City

Happy National Physical Therapy Month from Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.!

At Encore Rehabilitation, we love to see you MOVE!

For over 40 years, our passion has been to promote health and wellness to individuals and communities across Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Florida!

We are proud to celebrate October as National Physical Therapy Month!



Dr James Robinson and Encore Rehabilitation President Paul Henderson

Celebrate National Physical Therapy Month with #IamEncore!

Katherine and #Encore10 – Happy National Physical Therapy Month!

Happy PT Month to Pediatric Rehab Teams at Ocean Springs and D’Iberville!

Happy National Physical Therapy Month to our Pediatric Rehab Teams at Ocean Springs Pediatric Rehab and D’Iberville Pediatric Rehab!

Thank you for all you do!

Ocean Springs Pediatric Rehab
#2 Doctor’s Drive
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
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D’Iberville Pediatric Rehab
3179 Mallet Road, Suite D
D’Iberville, MS 39540
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Happy Web-nesday from Encore Rehabilitation-Fort Walton Beach!

Happy Web-nesday from Fort Walton Beach! We’re making our office boo-tiful for the Halloween season!

We aren’t scared of spiders and not scared of giving our patients outstanding rehabilitation in Ft Walton Beach! It would be a scream if you need Physical Therapy to visit our staff: Malcolm McDougall, Physical Therapist and Clinic Director; Tina Williams, Office Coordinator; and Jeremy Lowery, Athletic Trainer and Regional ATC Director!

We LOVE to see you move!

Encore Rehabilitation-Fort Walton Beach
133 Racetrack Road NW, Suite B
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 35247
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Pink Out Day with Encore Rehabilitation, Inc.


Encore Rehabilitation Corporate Offices Celebrates National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a Pink Out Day! #EncoreRehab #IamEncore

Encore Rehabilitation Corporate Office and
Decatur Central Billing Office
celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
with a Pink Out Day!

“Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer in women after skin cancer. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that most women can survive breast cancer if it’s found and treated early.

“If you are a woman age 40 to 49, talk with your doctor about when to start getting mammograms and how often to get them. If you are a woman age 50 to 74, be sure to get a mammogram every 2 years. You may also choose to get them more often.

“Breast cancer may also occur in men. Breast cancer may occur in men at any age, but it usually occurs in men between 60 and 70 years of age.

“Talk to a doctor about your risk for breast cancer, especially if a close family member of yours had breast or ovarian cancer. Your doctor can help you decide when and how often to get mammograms.” **


** Information taken from health.finder.gov


AHSAA Cross Country Update – October 12, 2018

AHSAA Cross Country Update October 12, 2018 - #EncoreSportsMedicine #EncoreRehab

Tyynismaa, Strand Finish Strong in the 20th Jesse Owens Classic to Claim AHSAA X-C Spotlight

MONTGOMERY – AHSAA runners Ethan Strand of Vestavia Hills High School and  Amaris Tyynismaa of Montgomery Catholic High School were the top finishers from the state at the prestigious 20th annual Jesse Owens Classic cross country championships held at Oakville Indian Mounds and Museum course last weekend to share the AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight this week. The course will host the AHSAA state championships in November.
Strand, a sophomore, finished the 5,000-meter race in 15:39.90 to cross second behind senior Davis Bove of Centennial (TN). Bove won the title with a 15:32.10 time.
Defending meet champ Will Stone of Homewood was third. The Patriots senior clocked 15:52.15, 30 seconds off his 2017 winning time of 15:22.32. Scottsboro sophomore Hayden Judge was fourth overall at 15:53.43 in the field of 256 runners from around the Southeast. Huntsville, coached by Graciela Bryant, won the team title with 143 points, and Scottsboro was second at 193.
Defending champion Tyynismaa crossed the finish line in third place in the Gold Division featured race. Tyynismaa, possibly the most notable girls’ cross country runner in AHSAA history, clocked 18:00.93, which was 10 seconds off her winning time of 17:50.51 in 2017.
Junior Sasha Neglia of Dobyns-Bennett (TN) and sophomore Landri Wilcox of Cookeville (TN) finished 1-2 with times of 17:18.60 and 17:44.77, respectively. Both times fell well short of Tyynismaa’s course record 17:03 run in the AHSAA State Championships as an eighth grader in 2014.
Thompson senior McKenzie Hogue and Homewood junior Lainey Phelps crossed in fifth and sixth place with times of 18:10.05 and 18:20.74 in the field of 219 runners. Auburn juniors Samantha Rogers and Harper McGowan came in 11th and 12th to help the Tigers of Coach Naomi Bergh win the overall team title with 88 points. Homewood was fifth with 205 in the field of 31 teams from across the Southeast.
Fort Payne junior Maggie Crow crossed the finish line in the Silver Division race third with a time of 19:59.26 to help the Wildcats win the Silver team crown with 74 points. Forty-one teams and 286 runners competed.
Faith Academy sophomore Bailey Lansdown clocked 19:55.80 to win the Bronze Race title over runner-up Kathy Hammond of LAMP, who crossed at 19:56.32 in the field of 301 competitors. Scottsboro won the Bronze team title with 47 points and Lawrence County was second with 104.
In the boys’ Silver division race, Helena sophomore Brady Barton finished seventh with a 16:57.44 time in the field of 357 runners. Pearl (MS) won the team championship with 93 points and James Clemens was second with 145. Beauregard seniorJonathan Jenkins captured the Bronze race with a 16:32.44 time. Briarwood Christian sophomore Trent Malloy was second at 16:39.95 in the field of 478 runners. Saint John Paul II Catholic was the team champion with 72 points and Montgomery Catholic was second with 86.

In other cross country highlights reported by Xpress Timing and Alabama Runners.com:

MEGHAN SCHWARZE, ARAB: The senior clocked 19:58.93 to take first place in the 5A/7A division race at the Lake Guntersville Invitational meet. Teammate and eighth grader Grace Goslin was second clocking 21:98.422 as the Lady Knights scored 15 points to take the dominating team win. Albertville was second with 60 points.
ELIZABETH SLONE BUTLER, DAR: The Patriots’ sophomore runner beat the field of 92 runners with a time of 20:56.60 to claim the Class 1A/4A division championship of the Hay on the Run Invitational at Fairview Town Park. Ashville sophomore Meghan McCarthy was second clocking 21:14.31. St. Bernard won the team title with 45 points, and Hatton was second with 83.
BROOKE DuPLANTIER, FAIRHOPE: Was the top AHSAA runner to cross the finish line at the T.R. Miller Challenge at Brewton finishing third behind Gulf Breeze (FL) runner Lauren Jorgensen and West Florida’s Skylar Grant with a time of 22:16.00. Jorgensen won with a 19:54.55 time. UMS-Wright and Fairhope finished deadlocked in first place at 100 points each, with the Bulldogs taking first place in the tie breaker.
EVIE BELL, OAK MOUNTAIN: Clocked 13:36.78 in the Boonie Invitational two-mile event at Alabama’s Veterans Park to beat the field. The Eagles won the team title as well with 17 points. Mountain Brook was second with 44.

SAM MOULTRIE, GUNTERSVILLE: The junior clocked 16:02.84 to win the Class 5A/7A division of Lake Guntersville Invitational meet that featured a strong field of 107 runners. Dustyn Lewis of Grissom was second with a 16:25.33 finish to lead the Tigers (33 points) to the team championship. Albertville had 52 to finish second.
KYLE SAYLOR, DAR: Won the 1A/4A division race at the Lake Guntersville Invitational hosted by Guntersville High School with a winning time of 18:01.71. Collin Mayfield of Geraldine was second at 18:05.95 in the field of 82 participants. DAR also won the team championship posting 31 points. Brindlee Mountain was second with 74.
CALEB GUTHERY, ST. BERNARD: The junior clocked 17:12.94 to nip senior Aaron Brown of Hanceville (17:20.49) to win the Hay on the Run Invitational at Fairview Town Park.  The race had 141 runners. Host Fairview won the team title with 72 points. St. Bernard was second with 78.
JOSEPH PERRY, UMS-WRIGHT: The freshman clocked 17:39.59 to finish first in field of 232 runners at the T.R. Miller Challenge held at the Brewton Cross Country Course. The Bulldogs also won the team competition with 98 points.
HANSON McGOWAN, OAK MOUNTAIN: Ran the two-mile race distance at the Boonie Invitational held at Veterans Park in Alabaster in 10:51.53 to claim first place. Oak Mountain also won team competition with 15 points. Mountain Brook was second with 51.

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.


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Hamilton Encore Athlete of the Month, Bryson Bridges.

Bryson Bridges

Congratulations to Bryson Bridges who was chosen as the October Athlete of the Month for the Hamilton Clinic! Bryson is a senior athlete at Hamilton High School.  He has played on the Aggie’s football team for 4 years now and wears the jersey number 1.  After graduation, Bryson plans to attend Mississippi State University to major in Engineering.  Bryson is the son of Catherine Jean Standifer.  Good luck the rest of this season Bryson!