Sports performance therapy helps bridge the gap between traditional rehabilitation and performance training. As musculoskeletal specialists, PTs are experts in injury rehabilitation. But they are also experts in maximizing athletic potential. In taking a thorough medical history, including previous injuries and preexisting medical conditions, physical therapists can identify the physical issues holding an athlete back. Physical therapists also identify specific functional problems that may be impeding an athlete’s performance such as muscular timing or weakness, and spine health.
Who is a good candidate for Sports Performance Therapy?
An athlete who could benefit from conditioning after an injury, rehabilitation after an injury, injury prevention, or an athlete who could benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and or workout plan designed to fit their specific needs.
How long does an evaluation by a Certified TPT Medical Professional take?
The timing can vary pending on your evaluation. Please ask your physical therapist for an estimate.