Patrick Sonser, MD, appointed Medical Director of Rehabilitation Medicine for Parrish Medical Center

Parrish Medical Center is pleased to announce that Patrick Sonser, MD, was appointed as  medical director of Rehabilitation Medicine.

As medical director of Rehabilitation Medicine for Parrish Medical Center and its signature Human Motion Institute®, Dr. Sonser leads the advancement and innovation of evidence-based rehabilitation services offered by the medical center, including physical, occupational and speech therapies.

Following evidence-based protocols, Dr. Sonser and his team of highly trained therapists provide a customized treatment plan designed for each patient to achieve the highest functional outcome possible.

Additionally, Parrish Medical Center through its Human Motion Institute® offers comprehensive, high quality rehabilitation services at various convenient locations: Parrish Medical Center, Titusville main campus; Parrish Healthcare Center at Port St. John; and soon at the Parrish Health & Fitness Center on Cheney Highway in Titusville.

Parrish Medical Center is one of a select group of medical centers around the country to offer the Human Motion Institute® (HMI), a new concept in orthopedic and musculoskeletal care. The Parrish HMI emphasizes a comprehensive, integrated approach that includes prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the spine, bones, muscles and joints. It includes physicians who specialize in orthopedics, neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and sports medicine.

For more information about the rehabilitation services provided by Parrish Medical Center, call 321-268-6181.
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