Proud sponsor of the Regional Softball Tournament in Tuscaloosa!
Proud sponsor of the Regional Softball Tournament in Tuscaloosa!
Encore Rehabilitation was represented well at the Andrews Institute’s “Injuries in Football Conference held at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Pictured here are
Physical Therapist Jordan Dow, Clinical Director at Andalusia Health Physical Therapy; Athletic Trainer Bo Shirey from Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman; and Physical Therapist Nan Maio, Clinical Director at Encore Rehabilitation-Ozark, AL.
Encore Rehabilitation’s team of Therapists and Athletic Trainers work hard to stay up to date on the latest in rehabilitation and sports medicine practices so they can deliver the highest quality of care to our patients and athletes. At Encore, we LOVE to see you move!
Want to learn more about our Encore Sports Medicine Program?
Visit our website at encorerehab.com or call Gary Barfield, Director of Business Development and Sports Medicine at 404-933-4336.
St. Martin Physical Therapy
15012 Lemoyne Boulevard
Biloxi, Mississippi 39532
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Karmen Johnson is a Senior at Hanceville High School and is the Athlete of the Month for the Bulldogs and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!
Karmen is a multi-sport athlete playing both Varsity Basketball(#22) and Volleyball. She has been awarded Most Valuable Player, Most Improved, and All-County. Her post-graduation plans include becoming an Athletic Trainer. In her free time, Karmen enjoys playing sports. She is the daughter of Lewanda Johnson.
Enjoy your Senior year!
1701 Main Avenue, SW, Suite G, Cullman, Alabama
The National Football Foundation Hall of Fame-Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapter held their annual awards banquet on Jan 17, 2018.
We would like to recognize the coaches and athletes from schools affiliated with our Encore Sports Medicine Program. Congratulations to the athletes, coaches, and our own athletic trainer, Eric Oehms, MS, LAT, ATC!
Coach Neil Lollar, Hancock High School – Frank “Twig” Branch Coach of the Year Award
Coach Bo Russum, Hancock High School-Luther Kuykendall Assistant Coach of the Year Award
Karlos Dillard, Gulfport High School- Terrell Buckley Defensive Player of the Year Award
Clay Gollott, St. Martin High School – NFFHOT Scholarship Award
Eric Oehms, Athletic Trainer, Encore Rehabilitation – Contribution to Amateur Football
Congratulations to Athletic Trainer Eric Oehms, MS, LAT, ATC, this year’s receipt of the Contribution to Amateur Football Award from the National Football Hall of Fame-Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapter!
The Contribution to Amateur Football Award is intended to provide recognition to an individual whose efforts and activities in support of the Foundation and its goals have been local in nature. Further, the award is for those individuals who work tirelessly out of pure love of the game and a desire to help athletes play it well. How appropriate that Eric should be given this award as he fits this description perfectly!
Eric has been an Athletic Trainer for 21 years with Encore Rehabilitation in the Mississippi Gulf Coast area.
Outstanding achievement, Eric! We thank you for your dedication and commitment!
Meet Dawn O’Keefe, PT, DPT, ATC, Cert. DN, Clinic Director at Encore Rehabilitation-Beaumont! Dawn has been a clinician in the Hattiesburg area for 26 years and with Encore Rehabilitation for 17 years. Dawn’s expertise is in providing quality one-on-one care for each of her patients.
Dawn holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Biology from the University of Southern Mississippi. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Louisiana State University Medical Center-New Orleans and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. In addition to being a Physical Therapist, Dawn is also a Certified Athletic Trainer. Most recently she has obtained her Dry Needling Certification.
Dawn and her husband, Matt have two daughters, Jordan and Lauren. In her free time, Dawn likes to exercise and run. She has participated with the same girls running group since 1997. Dawn has completed several half marathons and triathlons as well as one marathon. She is a native of Metairie, Louisiana.
At Encore Rehabilitation, we LOVE to see you move!
Welcome to our new Clinic Director, Justin Byrd, DPT, ATC, Cert. DN!
Justin has been a part of Encore Rehabilitation for two and a half years as a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer.
Justin received his Clinicial Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Alabama State University and a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from The University of Alabama. While attending UA, he worked with the softball, gymnastic, and football teams. Justin is certified in Dry Needling and is currently pursuing his certification in Spinal Manipulation from the Spinal Manipulation Institute. He will soon earn his Diploma in Osteopractic.
Justin combines his knowledge of the human body with a strong sense of compassion and understanding to develop personal, individualized, patient-centered care for treating a variety of orthopedic and sport-related injuries/impairments. He focuses on hands-on manual therapy that consist of manipulation, mobilization, and dry needling. He desires to help all his patients regain complete functional movement and mobility, especially individuals suffering from back pain, neck pain, tension headaches, and cervicogenic headaches.
Justin is married to Kristie Hutchison Byrd, a native of Priceville. Kristie also works for Encore Rehabilitation as an Occupational Therapist. They are the proud parents of Olivia Kate (Livy).
If you were to ask Marla Kizzire, LPTA, ATC, what she likes best about being a Physical Therapist Assistant, she would be happy to answer, ” I like interacting with my patients and meeting new people. I enjoy the opportunity to treat each patient. I really like being part of getting people back to their prior lifestyle.”
Marla has been a practicing clinician for 21 years, spending four of those years with Encore Rehabilitation where she treat patients at Encore Rehabilitation – Fayette. In addition to her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Wallace State, Marla has a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine from the University of South Alabama. Marla enjoys spending time with her family, camping, and boating.
Thank you, Marla, for all you do! Happy National Physical Therapy Month!
Congratulations to the Arab Encore Athlete of the Month, Brent Myers! Brent is a senior athlete at Brindlee Mountain High School. He has been a member of the varsity Lions Football team for 4 years now and wears jersey #6. During his high school career, Brent has won the All-County, All-Region, and All-State awards in football. After graduation he plans to go to UNA and major in sports medicine to become an Athletic Trainer. Brent is the son of Corey and Derrick Duke.