Once the rehabilitation has been complete,then that is when the fun begins.
Strength training should be a planned and designed for the individuals needs based on previous history or injuries, to strengthen their weak links, and demands of the sport or occupation.
A variety of tools are used to teach patients how to move effectively and efficiently. The tools include kettlebells, barbells, indian clubs, elastic bands, dumbbells, gymnastics rings, foam rollers, sand bags, and your own body.
Youth Athletic Development
Our focus is to give high school athletes a proper foundation for basic movements, strength training, address injuries, and strengthen weak links.
High school weight rooms are the first "formal" strength training program high school athletes are exposed to. At this point in their lives they are developing new strength, changes in their anatomy, and decreased coordination. With out a properly designed athletic program, these young athletes will see an athletic career filled with injuries, because of the poor movement, and strength foundation they have developed.
Give your young athlete the best opportunity to have a long athletic career filled with success, growth, and less chances of barriers or career ending injuries.
Our goal is to get our patients participating in their health care. Active treatment will show rapid, and long term results. Passive care will have the patient depending on the practitioner for short term relief.