When it comes to Sports Analysis, I look at not just how you move with your sport, but how are you moving in regular day-to-day activities.
What Is Sports Analysis?
I see all types of recreational athletes–teenagers, competitive adults, weekend warriors, and general fitness and wellness athletes. I look at not just how you move with your sport, but how are you standing, walking, and moving when you are not performing at your sport? Often I see overtraining, improper progression of training, and practice with missing pieces on what a workout needs to be.
How do you know what my body is doing when I work out?
I have seen videos. Parents show me their kid during their game, or patients have video recorded their workouts and sent them to me.
Do I need to stop my training if I am injured?
That depends. How severe is your injury? How long have you had this injury? Are you currently able to play or did you already stop? I try to keep you active, participating in your sport with possible modifications for your safety.
If I already am working out with a trainer, How is PT different?
Physical therapists look at the quality of movement, the duration, frequency, and intensity of your workouts.
What types of Sports do I commonly treat?
Runners, Triathletes, Basketball, Volleyball, LaCross, Dancers, Yogies, Hikers, Cyclists, Climbers.
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