Rehabilitation Therapy

Rehab Care Tailored to You

At AdventHealth Redmond​​​​​​​, we believe it’s important to recover in a caring environment close to home. That’s why we work hard to provide the physical and occupational therapy and special rehabilitation you need, right here in your own community. Our team of compassionate and experienced therapists is ready to help you regain your independence as quickly and safely as possible.

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Getting Better and
Staying Better with the
Right Kind of Exercise

Your body is stronger than you know. We are here to help you live well with Parkinson's, strengthen and renew with a team of Parkinson's trained rehabilitation experts dedicated to your whole-person care.

Personalized Care for Your Whole Health

You’ll never feel like a number with AdventHealth Redmond​​​​​​​ rehab care. We provide individualized testing, evaluation and specialized rehab plans based on your unique needs. But we do more than focus on specific exercises; we focus on you. We sincerely care about your healing and recovery and want to ensure you get back to the people, experiences and moments that matter most.

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AdventHealth Redmond Rehabilitation Services Hosts

Inaugural Kickball Game for Parkinson’s Patients

On Thursday, Sept. 22, thirty-two Parkinson’s patients walked onto the Rome Braves Miracle Field to play kickball. This event, entitled Kick Back at Parkinson’s, was dreamt up by AdventHealth Redmond director of rehabilitation John Crowley and AdventHealth Sports Med and Rehab Parkinson’s program coordinator Marjorie Kinder, to celebrate patients’ tenacity and persistence in the Parkinson’s rehabilitation program for National Rehabilitation Awareness Week.

Rehabilitation professionals including physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, speech language pathologists, and office staff supported each player, providing modifications as needed to allow them to kick then race to first base. In the outfield, the Chargers stood ready for action. The game progressed as kickers made it to the bases, running, walking or riding, all smiling from ear to ear. The crowd roared while the DJ played a power anthem preselected by each player as they approached the plate for their turn to kick.

With a final score of Chargers 24 to Rattlers 17, the players and their families packed up, exhausted but happy, and went home with a renewed sense of motivation to train for next year’s game.

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