Sports Medicine has come a long way. Years ago, athletes, from high school to the professional ranks, would take a week or two before a season to begin running and stretching to get into shape. Today, Physical Therapists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches and Athletic Trainers all play a role in working with athletes year round to achieve peak physical performance. At Integrated Rehabilitation Services, we specialize in cutting edge techniques and exercises that are designed to help athletes with strength, agility, endurance and explosiveness. Whether you are recovering from an injury or simply looking to improve your physical abilities, Integrated Rehab can structure programs that target specific muscle groups to help you perform your best.
Athletes of all ages are being pushed to greater limits every year. Gaining a competitive edge requires intense training and the right strength and conditioning programs to not only prepare for sporting events but train the body to better avoid injuries. Every season, athletes in their prime suffer devastating injuries from torn ACLs, broken bones and bad knee sprains that can put their careers at risk. However, with the right training and conditioning programs, you not only better your physical abilities but also help reduce the chance of acute or chronic injury by bettering reaction time and building up muscle strength.
Whether you’re a high school football player, active triathlete or professional cyclist, the sports medicine and strength and conditioning programs available through Integrated Rehabilitation Service can help you prepare for the season with specialized techniques and exercises designed specifically for your sport. From improving your explosiveness to improve hang time in basketball to intense cardiovascular training to help you finish marathons stronger, we have the experience and expertise to help all athletes maximize their potential. Contact Integrated Rehabilitation Services today to learn how we can help you achieve your personal fitness and sporting goals.