This form of training will improve the patient’s muscular strength by gradually increasing the patient’s ability to resist force through the use of free weights, kettlebells, medicine balls, band work, etc. After treatment with the doctor, together you will come up with a program that best fits your specific needs pertaining to your area of concern. The doctor will work alongside the therapist on our rehab floor to educate the patient on the best approach to show improvement on a daily basis. Our goal is to allow the patient to have decreased pain and increased strength and range of motion after each visit. We will keep track of your progress and adjust your program as needed.
High School/Collegiate Sports
This form of personal training takes the skills and specific movements needed by the athlete on the field, court, track, etc., and simulates them in the weight room. The intent is to improve the strength, speed, power, explosiveness and/or efficiency of those movements so that the athlete can better perform during competition.
Post Rehab Transition
This type of training will allow us to help close the gap between your physical therapy program and your return to your pre-injury condition (and beyond). Our experience in clinical, physical therapy, and university settings enables our staff to work in liaison with your doctors and therapists to make this transition seamless.
Core, the number one aspect we focus on with patients on the therapy floor. Your core stabilizes your whole body, allowing you to move in any direction as well as having proper balance. It helps prevents falls and supports your body. So, having a strong core is beneficial to everyone because it allows your body to function properly.