NovaCare Rehabilitation - Highland Heights
2600 Alexandria Pike | Newport, KY 41076Call 859-982-9950
|Monday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||7:00am - 4:00pm|
- Access to Care in 24 to 48 hours
- Compassionate Staff
- Individualized Care
- Progressive Home Programs
- Proven OUtcomes
- Physical Therapists
- Orthopedic Care
- Sports Medicine
- Workers Comp/Rehabilitation
- Aquatic Therapy
- Orthotics & Prosthetic Therapy
- Neuro Rehabilitation
At NovaCare Rehabilitation, our sought after clinical team develops an individualized plan of care that is based on your treatment needs and goals. Through experience, advanced clinical training and clear communication with our patients, we can get you back to work, athletics, activities of daily living and life.
Our center offers patients access to one-on-one, personalized care and innovative rehabilitation equipment to help efficiently strengthen the body, reduce pain and prevent future injury. We are proud to serve your community and are committed to providing each person an exceptional experience that promotes healing and recovery in a safe, compassionate environment.
NovaCare offers numerous convenient locations and prompt appointment availability.
Please call us today to request an appointment and learn more about our service offerings. Experience the power of physical therapy at NovaCare Rehabilitation!
Our practice offers a wide variety of services including: Aquatic Therapy, Athletic Training Services, Foot Orthotics, Functional Capacity Evaluations, Job Demands Analysis, Pain Management Program, Physical Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Women's Health Services, Pre-Placement/Post Offer Screens, Return-to-Work Program, Sports Medicine, Work Conditioning, Work Risk Analysis and Dry Needling services.
Debbie Franzen is a clinical veteran with more than 35 years? of patient care who specializes in the treatment of orthopedic conditions, sports injuries women?s health, and foot orthotic evaluation and fitting. With a career that spans more than three decades Debbie has dedicated herself to compassionate care with an emphasis on comprehensive patient education. She is a highly skilled professional who has an exemplary record in the medical community.
Education and Certifications
? Bachelor?s in Physical Therapy ? 1978 ? University of Kentucky, KY
? Continuing Education ? Current Concepts of the Cervical Spine, Functional Approach to the Pelvic Floor, Balance Challenges ? Dynamic Treatment Strategies, Pelvic Rehabilitation Part A & B, When the Foot Hits the Ground Everything Changes
?Patient education is the cornerstone of my treatments. I believe the more a patient is encouraged, motivated, and educated the better the outcome of their physical therapy program.?
Sharon Noll is the Center Manager and treating physical therapist at NovaCare's Highland Heights, KY clinic where she oversees the day-to day operations of the facility as well as mentoring the staff in clinical and service excellence. She particularly enjoys working with knee, shoulder and temporo-mandibular joint patients as these conditions have the biggest impact on a person?s ability to function at the highest level. Sharon loves using an eclectic approach utilizing the most efficient and effective means of treatment including exercises, dry needling and other manual techniques as she guides each patient to a successful recovery.
Education and Certifications  Bachelor in Health Sciences ? 1997 ? Univ. of Kentucky  Master of Physical Therapy ? 1999 ? Univ. of Kentucky  Certified in Functional Capacity Evaluations and Work Steps; Credentialed Clinical Instructor  Continuing Education ? Orthopedic Management of Extremities & Spine; Management of the Injured Worker; Dry Needling; Sports Performance
Sharon?s Vision?I have always liked helping people realize their full potential and for me that translates into building a trusting patient therapist relationship each and every time. I connect on a personal level with every patient who walks in the door. I think that is what sets me and my colleagues apart from other providers. We care about the whole person, not just the problem. We give hope and positive direction to our patients who come to us in pain and make sure every patient laughs and smiles before they leave our center. It is good for the soul and most certainly for the body!