You are never too old to benefit from physical therapy. Brunswick resident
Taylor, who celebrated her 100th birthday on September 3, knows this.
She is a patient at Southeast Georgia Health System Outpatient Rehabilitation
Services located at Summit Professional Plaza.
Taylor, who grew up on St. Simons Island, has done a lot during her life
including owning a restaurant on East Beach during the 1940s, investing
and managing real estate, and coordinating dinner parties for Queen Elizabeth
and Nelson Rockefeller when he was governor of New York. "I’ve
had a pretty busy life," she says.
Taylor, who now lives with her son and daughter-in-law, participates in
therapy sessions twice weekly to help her regain strength after she fractured
her hip. "People can’t believe I take therapy, but I am a fighter
and I don’t give up
. I keep doing what they tell me to do and anything else I know to do that
will help me. I can walk pretty well now." She adds that she has
always received good care from Southeast Georgia Health System. "They
have been really good to me. They have always treated me well."
Wendy Alberson, P.T., manager, Adult Outpatient Rehabilitation Services,
says that Health System team members always enjoy their appointments with
Taylor, "She is full of energy and super sweet."
Southeast Georgia Health System offers Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
at four different locations in Glynn and Camden counties:
- Brunswick Campus, 2600 Wildwood Drive
- Summit Professional Plaza, 1111 Glynco Parkway, Suite 110, Brunswick,
- Wellness Way Medical Office Complex, 6000 Wellness Way, St. Simons Island
- Camden Campus, 2000 Dan Proctor Drive, St. Marys
An Aquatic Therapy Program is also offered in Brunswick at the Summit Professional
Plaza and in Camden County at the Diver's Den Georgia.
Alberson says, "We offer the full range of physical, occupational
and speech therapy to all ages from pediatric patients, through our partnership
with Wolfson Children’s Hospital, to patients who are 100 years
old or more."
For more information about Rehabilitation Services offered by the Health
System, call 466-5330.