Siskin Hospital Therapists Earn Certifications

Monday, October 22, 2018

Siskin Hospital announces Ben Hoagland, OTR/L and Riana Lamunyon, DPT have completed the requirements for specialty certifications. 

Mr. Hoagland attained the Low Vision Rehabilitation Graduate Certificate Degree through the University of Alabama Birmingham. He is the Neuro Program clinic manager for Siskin Hospital’s Outpatient Therapy Program and specializes in low vision conditions.

Dr. Lamunyon is a Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults. This certification is awarded through the American Physical Therapy Association’s Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy. She is a physical therapist in Siskin Hospital’s Outpatient Therapy Program who specializes in geriatrics.

Healthcare professionals who hold specialty certifications demonstrate advanced clinical knowledge and skills and a commitment to the most effective patient treatments, said officials.

To learn more about the physical rehabilitation services at Siskin Hospital, please visit www.SiskinRehab.org or call 634-1400.

 

Riana Lamunyon
Riana Lamunyon

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