Coordinated Health’s sports performance team is available to help you reach your fitness and athletic goals. Our performance coaches frequently work directly with sports medicine physicians to help athletes recover and regain strength after an injury.
What Is Sports Performance Training?
Sports performance training is physical fitness training that is designed to improve your ability to perform a specific sport. It includes strength training, cardiovascular training, corrective exercise, and sport-specific drills. Our sports performance coaches develop individualized fitness plans for each athlete by considering athletic goals, musculoskeletal strengths and weaknesses, and sport-specific injury risks.
Advantages of Performance Training at Coordinated Health
Ability to see a Coordinated Health orthopedic specialist within 24 hours if a problem arises during training
Coordination between performance training and physical therapy for quicker recovery
Reduced risk of injury during athletic activities
Who Can Benefit from Sports Performance Training?
Athletes of all levels (students, professionals, weekend warriors)
Joint replacement patients, pre- and post-surgery
Patients with orthopedic injuries
Deconditioned adults who want to regain strength and return to fitness
The golf performance training class is geared toward any golfer from a beginner to an advanced professional to help them improve their golf game but also reduce injuries at the same time.
Low Impact Performance Class from Coordinated Health
Designed for individuals that have a knee, hip, back, or ankle problem. Focus on balance and strength of your lower extremities either pre or post operation.
Benefits of Strength and Conditioning
Focuses on injury prevention, improved athletic sports performance and the final phase of rehabilitation after physical therapy to restore optimal health and fitness
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Our Exercise Specialists will objectively utilize assessments to evaluate athletic ability, potential injury risks of sport-specific exercise, and musculoskeletal strengths and weaknesses for athletes.
Learn more about Sports Performance Services at Coordinated Health