Meet Encore Rehabilitation Physical Therapist Assistant Cindy Stephens!
Cindy is a high energy team member who is enthusiastic about rehabilitation and recovery. Her passion lies in treating patients through all stages of life with individual and personal care. She enjoys the challenges of student athletes as well as helping clients overcome everyday orthopedic ailments both before and after surgery. Cindy provides care at Encore Rehabilitation-Providence in Mobile, Alabama.
Cindy holds an Associate in Applied Science and graduated with honors from Bishop State with a Physical Therapist Assistant degree. She has advanced her education with completing Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Certification. In addition to this she has completed courses in the following areas:
ACL Rehabilitation and Prevention
Concussions in Sports Medicine
UCL Rehab Protocol for Throwing Shoulder Rehab
She and her family reside in the Mobile area. Her hobbies include collecting vintage glass and antiques as well as spending time outdoors along the Gulf Coast. She also enjoys attempting outlandish Pinterest projects and participation in Bootcamp classes.
Thanks, Cindy, for the high-quality care you provide!
Encore Rehabilitation – Providence 6701 Airport Blvd., Suite D-234, Mobile, Alabama 36608 251-634-2214
At the ATC conventions many of the topics are around concussions; “how do you properly diagnose an athlete with a concussion?” “What are the signs and symptoms?” We wanted to help inform athletes, parents, and coaches on what exactly a concussion entails and what to do if you think you have one. Below are two lists, one for adults and one for children, that will help you be able to recognize the signs of a concussion. If you have signs of a concussion, please see a doctor immediately for further instruction and proper procedures.
“It is not always easy to know if someone has a concussion. You don’t have to pass out (lose consciousness) to have a concussion. Symptoms of a concussion range from mild to severe and can last for hours, days, weeks, or even months. If you notice any symptoms of a concussion, contact your doctor.” – WebMD
Symptoms of a concussion fit into four main categories: