Optimum performance is a personal goal, so we do not apply "band-aid" fixes or "cookie cutter" methods. We have demonstrated that by using our individualized methods we get patients to progress to their capabilities. Often times a patient's performance after treatment is better than their pre-injury state.

Individuals often come to us wanting to be able to play tennis or golf better, be a faster runner, or simply wanting to be stronger. A focus on optimum performance means first evaluating the individual's physical abilities, looking for areas of weakness, areas of tightness, and assessing body mechanics. Then we design a program to strengthen those muscle groups required to reach optimum performance.