Sports Conditioning/Pre-Season Training
At Family Physical Therapy, we are happy to say we have some of the most dedicated and advanced physical therapists who can help you with sports conditioning and pre-season training. Our physical therapists work closely with athletes like you to improve their performance, achieve their goals, and prevent injuries.
Working with our physical therapists can help you reach your peak performance, whether you’re recovering from an injury or trying to strengthen your skills. They are dedicated not only in helping you reach your goals, but also in helping you develop new ones. If you are interested in working with one of our licensed physical therapists for sports conditioning or pre-season training, don’t hesitate to call our office to set up a consultation today!
How will working with a physical therapist help my athletic performance?
Athletes, by nature, generally desire to push themselves to accomplish new goals. Sometimes an athlete may master one sport, only to take on the challenge of mastering a new one. Olympic sprinters take on the slopes at the winter games and college athletes win national titles in multiple sports for this exact reason.
When participating in sports conditioning or pre-season training sessions, your goals never have to be definite. Our physical therapists can help you reach the peak of your performance in one area of your sport and then help you tackle the summit of another.
Additionally, these specialists are movement experts who can help you avoid injuries and enhance your technique. A few of the biggest benefits of working with a physical therapist for your sport include:
- Developing healthy habits. While a physical therapist can help you reach physical goals, they can also help you work on general wellness goals, as well. For example, regular exercise, a healthy diet, and a strong focus on hydration are fundamental in improving your physical fitness level. A physical therapist is a great resource to have when focusing on increasing strength and muscular functionality, as they can help you improve in all aspects of health and wellness.
- Refocusing strengths. Your physical therapist can help you focus on improving your strength in areas that you may not have considered. Many parts of the body influence each other, and strengthening one can help with the function of another. Rather than jumping directly into a new form of activity, it makes sense to train your body to react to the new form of stimulation by improving your muscular strength and range of motion.
- Overcoming injuries. Strength and conditioning programs are some of the best ways to overcome an injury and find relief for your pain. Each treatment is designed specifically to the needs of each individual and the condition of their injury, consisting of exercises and strength-building activities that are unique to their recovery.
How can I get started?
Have you recently sustained a sports-related injury? Are you looking to reach new heights in your sport? Are you trying to condition for a specific event? Is your season about to start? If so, you are a prime candidate for our sports conditioning and pre-season training programs at Family Physical Therapy.
We’ll help improve your strength so you can perform your sport at your optimum level of physical ability!