Check Out Magnolia Rehab for Occupational Therapy
The owners,Kelly and Kelley, are two exceptional Occupational Therapists offering Private Neuro Rehab. They also offer specialized rehab for Parkinson’s patients.
What We Do
We provide outpatient occupational therapy to teens and adults who are dealing with neurological deficits. Our goal is to increase independence, confidence and quality of life through treatments to restore function, as well as training on use of adaptive equipment, assistive technology, compensatory strategies and ways to manage pain and fatigue. We specialize in treatments for:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- many other neurological diagnoses
We provide neuro rehab, vision therapy, caregiver training, the LSVT BIG program, functional capacity evaluations and home safety/modification consulting. We offer free consultations for anyone interested in learning more about how we can help reach goals.
The LSVT BIG Program
This is a well-researched program that has been helping individuals with Parksinson's increase walking speed, improve balance and enhance independence with everyday tasks. It works to "recalibrate" the system in our body that is affected by Parkinson's. It's a program that takes some commitment, but we stand by the results! This is a standardized treatment protocol, which is customized to the unique goals of each patient including both gross and fine motor skills.
LSVT BIG treatment consists of:
- 16 sessions: 4 consecutive days a week for 4 weeks
- Individual 1 hour sessions
- Daily homework practice
- Daily carryover exercises
Magnolia Neuro Rehab
Kelly Eichelberger, OTR/L
Kelley Pacillo, OTR/L
525 Fountain Row SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
Let’s talk flexibility!
Below are 6 benefits of improving your flexibility:
- Fewer Injuries
- Less Pain
- Improved Posture and Balance
- A Positive State of Mind
- Greater Strength
- Improved Physical Performance
What is Craniosacral Therapy?
When practicing Craniosacral therapy, I evaluate and treat a client through assessing the Craniosacral rhythm, assessing the subtle movement of cranial bones, spine and sacrum, and treating any restrictions or loss of movement that affects the body.
Assessing Craniosacral rhythm (CSR) means monitoring the flow of Cerebrospinal fluid through your head, down your spinal column to your pelvis and back up. It is a natural rhythm that everyone has, and the flow is constant. Once the CSR is noted, then I begin to feel where your system may have a restriction which causes the rhythm to be affected.
Cupping Therapy with Meredith Johnson
One client had injured her knee and had two knee surgeries. Following the surgeries she had chronic pain affecting her entire leg. She had received PT, massage, and still was not able to walk without pain. This client came to me specifically for Cupping. Her results were amazing. After several cupping sessions she is now walking easily and hiking up to an hour without pain.
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