The Next Level Starts Here
“Next Level offers high quality and individualized physical therapy and sports performance training through a team of specialized professionals aimed at increasing your function through evidence based methods”
What sets us apart?
- Team approach physical therapy
- Sports Performance Training
- Personal Training
- 60 minute treatments / training sessions
- Evidence based therapy
- Functional Return to Sports Testing
- Sports Therapy Treatment
We focus on a team based approach to your care. Our physical therapists, trainers and performance specialists consult each other to ensure a fully integrated game plan for recovery. Our physical therapists, trainers and performance specialists have developed a combined elements approach to ensure that recovery and training work simultaneously to prevent re-aggravating the injury as well as making progress with strengthening the affected area. Ultimately our team approach enhances the outcome for the client.
We have had the privilege to work with clients of all ages and abilities. Whether you are a professional athlete, a police officer trying to get back to work, a high school athlete or a working individual trying to get back on their feet, Next Level Sports Performance can help you achieve your goals.
We have a unique state of the art facility. With equipment from industry leaders such as Game Ready, Keiser, Power Plate, and Woodway, we use every inch of space in and around the facility, including our functional field turf area to assist in the recovery and training process. Our ceiling and walls are adorned with flags and jerseys from athletes who have overcome injury and/or trained at our facility.
Injury Prevention / Pre-surgical Care
As part of the recovery process and with our sports performance training, our clients will learn exercise to reduce the potential for future injury. Whether intended to strengthen a weakened area, improve mobility and stability and core, these exercises will decrease the risk for future injury.
Sport Specialization in Youth Athletes When Is It Too Early for Single Sport Specialization? Brian T. Feeley,*y MD, Julie Agel,z MA, ATC, and Robert F. LaPrade,§ MD, PhD Investigation performed at the University of California, San Francisco, California, USA,...
Please join us to ring in the New Year as we discuss some of the most pressing and controversial topics in high school and youth league baseball. Topics to include: Strength and conditioning programming, Do’s and Don’ts of baseball training, PT management for shoulder...