Physical therapy and rehabilitation services business launches new website

July 21, 2017

Physical therapy and rehabilitation services business launches new website
Montgomery, Ala. (July 21, 2017) —Whether they’re facing accident-related injuries or a debilitating illness, millions of Americans will find themselves in need of rehabilitation at some point in life. One Alabama provider has launched a new website aimed at educating more people about their therapy options. The site for Rehab First, a leading and comprehensive short-term rehabilitation service provider in Alabama, goes live July 24, 2017. The site can be found at: www.rehab-first.com.
Visitors to the site are given a concise look into Rehab First’s healthcare services such as physical, occupational, and speech therapies as well as the lifestyle at its three locations. Information about the full range of specialty programs aimed at individualized recovery can also be found on the website.
“Whether you have had a stroke or back surgery, we have a dedicated team of professionals who want to help you reach your goals,” said Curtis Conard, corporate rehab director. “We work seamlessly to reduce pain and maximize function, in a comfortable home-like environment.”
As part of making research easier for prospective patients, the website features a tour scheduling tool for arranging visits to the facility. It also includes information about community social activities, events, and amenities.
“We believe in providing a holistic approach to rehabilitation,” Conard said. “We’re committed to keeping our residents healthy and engaged, not only in their therapy, but in their environment as well.”
The website launch was part of a months-long overhaul headed by the Marketing Department. The goal of the project was to create a website that was streamline, mobile-friendly and simple to use for multiple age groups.
“We are pleased to provide greater access to a wealth of rehab options so others can make vital decisions about their recovery and get back to living their lives,” said Jeremy R. Alphord, vice president of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations.

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