Autumn Care of Saluda appoints new rehab manager

Published 9:32am Monday, July 22, 2013

Autumn Care of Saluda announced this week that Physical Therapist Marcial Fidis has been selected for

Marcial Fidis, left, works with resident Audrey Haynes, right, on improving her balance and gait. (photo submitted by Glenn Pierce)
Marcial Fidis, left, works with resident Audrey Haynes, right, on improving her balance and gait. (photo submitted by Glenn Pierce)

the position of Rehab Manager at the facility.

“Marcial has a long history of providing quality rehab services in Polk County and the surrounding area, and we are excited to have him on Autumn Care’s staff,” administrator Glenn Pierce said.

Fidis began his career as a physical therapist in 1982.

He served as the rehab director at St. Luke’s Hospital for more than 10 years and was owner of his own rehab company servicing western North Carolina for more than 20 years. His training and experience covers a wide range of therapy needs including acute care, orthopedics, outpatient care, sports medicine, geriatrics and skilled nursing rehab needs. He has served as Autumn Care’s physical therapist for the past two years.

“We have a strong and experienced rehab staff at Autumn Care,” Fidis said. “I look forward to expanding Autumn Care’s role in serving the rehab needs of Polk County and the surrounding area.”

Autumn Care is a 99-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility located at 501 Esseola Drive in Saluda. For more information call 828-749-2261 or visit their website at www.autumncareofsaluda.com.

– article submitted by Glenn Pierce

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