Oregon City – Now Offering Movement Screens & Team Performance Testing

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We are dedicated to not only keep student athletes healthy and on the field but performing at the best of their abilities. To do this, we believe that knowledge of how the athlete moves and performs with testing that simulates key aspects of their sport is powerful to optimize performance. We have a comprehensive staff of Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, and Strength and Conditioning Coaches who are trained to evaluate these aspects of movement and performance.

Each student-athlete who works with our team is welcome to a free Functional Movement Systems assessment provided by a licensed Physical Therapist which quantifies strength, movement symmetry, and postural stability. We are also happy to provide sport-specific performance testing to our teams. This allows coaches to gain insight into the level of athleticism of their student-athletes and how they compare to others within the team as well as nationally. Results can be used to point out individual student-athlete’s strengths and weaknesses. By removing the subjectivity of analyzing their student-athletes, coaches are able to better tailor their training and practice programs.

Based on performance results, we are able to offer a variety of services to help improve areas of need. We accept most major insurance carriers for skilled Physical Therapy to help correct movement imbalances and strength deficits found during the screening process. We also have group and individual Sports Performance training for all levels and work directly with sports teams at our facility or occasionally on-site based on individual team circumstances

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