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Performance Therapy

Performance Therapy is for when you’re not hurt, but you’re looking to get the most out of your body.  The idea of performance therapy is to improve your overall movement and performance.  It’s common for athletes to be seen weekly during the season to maintain an optimal level of movement and performance.

 

Don’t let your athletic future be a guess.

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"Tyler is at the top of the list when it comes to performance rehab for baseball athletes.  His knowledge is unsurpassed and his willingness to research the newest methods to find what works and what doesn't is what keeps him the best."

-Zach Dechant

TCU Strength Coach and Author of "Movement Over Maxes

Services Offered

Performance Therapy
Keep your body moving like a high-performance machine.  Routine performance therapy keeps you moving as well as possible while potentially reducing the likelihood of injury due to repetitive overuse and fatigue.  In baseball, this is considered arm care.  Professional athletes get routine therapy every single day to maintain their elite level of performance.
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Full Body Movement Assessment
A full-body movement evaluation is designed to identify any movement deficiencies or compensations that the athlete has developed over their playing career.
 
The assessment comes with a detailed breakdown of the areas and dysfunctions that need to be addressed as well as a program that's designed to improve these dysfunctions and movement compensations.  The athlete will get a profile that has their evaluation, their plan, and videos for how to perform their corrective exercises.
 
This assessment takes into consideration the athlete's injury history, training history, joint quality, muscle quality, movement quality, and anthropometrics (measurements of the individual (arm length, leg length, Torso, etc.)).  This gives us the whole picture to understand how an athlete needs to move.
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Pitching Evaluation
This is the same as the full-body movement with an additional pitching evaluation.
 
The pitching evaluation includes a bullpen session where high-speed video is taken and analyzed.  This analysis is combined with the full-body movement evaluation to truly identify where a pitcher's deficiencies lie.
 
A full-body movement evaluation is designed to identify any movement deficiencies or compensations that the athlete has developed over their playing and training career.
 
This assessment comes with a detailed breakdown of the areas and dysfunctions that need to be addressed as well as a program that's designed to improve these dysfunctions and movement compensations.  The athlete will get a profile that has their evaluation, their plan, and videos for how to perform their corrective exercises.  There will also be a recommendation for pitching mechanics based on the findings from the video breakdown and the movement assessment.
 
This assessment takes into consideration the athlete's injury history, training history, joint quality, muscle quality, movement quality, and anthropometrics (measurements of the individual (arm length, leg length, etc.)).
 
This is the ultimate strategy for a pitcher to not only optimize their movement and performance but also reduce the risk of injury from pitching.
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