Walton in the News
Tournament For Golfers With Disabilities Held In Augusta
Sports Help Keep the Effects of MS At Bay
Get Back in the Game
Walton Foundation’s Adaptive Golf Program gives golfers with disabilities the opportunity to get back on the course.
Aiken Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center
Walton Opens a New Center in Aiken
Don’t Let Aches and Pains Stop You
Dr. John Nicholson and his staff offer comprehensive care for patients with pain and other rehabilitation issues.
Early Alzheimer’s screenings Can Lead to a Better Quality of Life
Dr. Jeremy Hertza discusses the importance of baseline screenings for Alzheimer's disease.
Early Detection, Care Can Fight Dementia
Dr. Jeremy Hertza authors an editorial focusing on the importance of awareness and early detection for Alzheimer’s disease.
Amputee Helps Others Get a Leg Up In World
A peer supporter with Walton’s amputee program is profiled.
Easy Tips Can Take Pressure Off at Family Gatherings
Dr. Jeremy Hertza offers tips on how to beat those holiday blues.
If You Take the Right Approach, You Can Beat That Nasty Smoking Habit
Dr. William Schiff authors an editorial on smoking cessation, as part of the Great American Smokeout.
The Physical Toll of Mental Stress and Job Loss
Dr. Jeremy Hertza discusses how to reduce stress even in trying economic times.
Building a Bridge
Dr. Jeremy Hertza, Walton’s Director of Behavioral Medicine, is profiled.
ADHD Underdiagnosed in Adults
Dr. Jeremy Hertza discusses adult ADHD, which is often underdiagnosed.
Learning To Survive After a Brain Injury
A brain injury survivor and her family share her story of growing independence, with the help of Walton West Transitional Living Center.
Accident Victim Relearns Skills By Tending to Plants’ Soil
At the Bill Monge Horticultural Center, a part of Walton West Transitional Living Center, patients benefit from “garden therapy.”
Managing the Effects of TBI
Dr. Andrew Dennison authors a patient handout on traumatic brain injury.
Triumph Award Recognizes Rehab Patient
A local brain injury survivor is the recipient of Walton’s annual Triumph Award, which honors a patient’s achievements in triumphing over their disability.
Learning Independence at Camp TBI
Walton’s annual summer camp is a rewarding experience for children and young adults ages 8 to 21 with a traumatic brain injury.
Walton Rehabilitation Receives Funding for People With Disabilities
Walton was awarded three HUD grants for the construction of three new independent living communities for those with disabilities.
CSRA Program Helps Brain Injury Patients Get Back on Track
Harison Heights Assisted and Independent Living, a part of Walton Rehabilitation Health System, offers a day program for people with acquired disabilities that focuses on socialization and having fun.
Walton West Villas will provide brain injury survivors with an independent living community.
Medical Rehabilitation—The ‘Rest of The Story’—Often Goes Untold
Walton CEO Dennis Skelley authors an editorial on the role of rehabilitation in health care.
Choosing the Right Rehab Service For Your Family
Walton Medical Director Dr. Pamela Salazar discusses rehabilitation options for patients and families.
Five Steps for Sprain and Strain Safety
Tips on caring for sprains and strains by physical therapist Lindsey Capps.
Take Precautions Against Concussion
Dr. Andrew Dennison provides expert advice on post-concussive syndrome and other possible effects of concussion.
Considering Family Caregiving? Here’s What You Need to Know
Planning and preparation are important when becoming a family caregiver, says Dr. William Schiff.