Are you an active adult? CrossFitter? Runner? or Athlete? Over 90% of injuries can be resolved through physical therapy and thus avoiding surgery.  Maybe you’ve already had surgery and want to get back to your active lifestyle.  Our movement science approach guides you back to your best and helps prevent future injuries. 

At GoTherex, we specialize in resolving back pain through targeted neuromuscular development and increasing strength.  We decrease the pain, increase mobility, and improve stability and strength in just weeks.

Sports Medicine & Injury Rehabilitation

When you are an athlete recovering from injury, you want an expert physical therapist who is also an athlete.  You want someone who understands that your goals are not just getting around the house without pain, you want to run, jump, climb, lift heavy shit, and compete.  

Our sports medicine team are all athletes, we currently train in weightlifting, CrossFit, adult soccer, adult basketball, pickleball, flag football, and mud runs.  We know that a bunch of flimsy bands and getting a massage are not enough to get you back in the gym and on the field.  
The GoTherex team will guide you to load the injured tissues safely from initial injury through to resolving the pain and inflammation that inevitably comes as you return to sport.  If you want to work with a team of movement science experts that won’t settle with just getting you back to “normal”.  Our team will guide you to “extraordinary”.  We work with musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cartilage, ligament, tendon, bone, and muscle injuries.
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Objectives of Performance Physical Therapy

Restoring Muscle Strength

When athletes get injured and are undergoing sports rehabilitation, the first stage is to gradually put weight on the damaged tissue to restore its strength. This process is a delicate one and should be done with the assistance of sports rehabilitation therapists to avoid failing. 

When the process of putting weight on the damaged tissue fails due to overloading, the healing process starts from the beginning. At GoTherex, we have qualified sports rehabilitation specialists that have the perfect understanding of this process.

Restoring Muscle Endurance and Power

After the muscle strength has been successfully restored, the next step is to restore the ability of the muscle to work repeatedly without developing fatigue. This is called muscle endurance, and it is also vital for the body’s core muscles which support the pelvis and the spine.

Muscle power is the ability to produce force quickly, and a good base of muscle strength is required to do this. 

Improve Flexibility

After restoring muscle strength, endurance, and power, the next objective of sports rehabilitation is to improve flexibility. Flexibility is the ability to stretch your muscles without breaking them.

However, developing flexibility without strength makes you, as an athlete, prone to injury. This is why you need the guidance of our sports rehabilitation specialists to guide you through the process of your rehabilitation.

Proprioception and Balance

This is the human body’s ability to detect movement and soft tissue stress and trigger a reaction to prevent injury. This ability is usually impaired in athletes after injuries, and they need to be retrained.

At our sports rehabilitation center, our rehabilitation specialists are equipped with exercises that can improve proprioception and balance. These exercises help to improve the reaction time of muscles around the joints.

Sports Medicine Videos

Reverse Wood Chops

Kettlebell Deadlift

Overhead Lift Warm-up