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Getting Started:

Each HPC client begins with a thorough assessment to evaluate their current level of health and function.

The assessment has five components.
  1. Interview to establish a baseline for health history and current conditions
  2. Posture Analysis
  3. Manual testing of joint range of motion or flexibility
  4. Hands on identification of muscular tension patterns
  5. Identification of dysfunctional movement patterns including gait.  
We bridge the knowledge gap between physical therapy and fitness through our expertise in:
  1. Exercise physiology
  2. Biomechanics
  3. Injury Prevention
  4. Postural Alignment
  5. Neuromuscular Re-education
  6. Physical therapy
  7. Sports Performance
  8. Injury corrective bodywork and movement therapies
  9. Movement awareness
  10. Energy Medicine

Human Performance Center offers a variety of services. We specialize in both fitness training and conditioning as well as physical rehabilitation.

Fitness

We span a full spectrum of fitness capacities from weekend warriors to Olympic athletes; from ages 6 to 95. Don't be fooled to believe we are only a rehab facility. Our techniques are well suited whether you're looking for a fitness program that addresses the fundamental needs of daily life and aging or a sports specific training program. We can help you put together a comprehensive program that includes cardiovascular conditioning through heart rate monitoring to ensure safety and efficiency of your workouts. We work with you to develop an individualized fitness program specific to your needs.

We specialize in sport specific programs for:

1. Golf: improve your flexibility, stability, and core strength to improve control and distance of drives as well as improve fine motor control to improve the short game.

2. Tennis & Racket Sports: improve footwork and core stability to improve maneuverability and reaction time as well the ability to reproduce similar strokes time after time.

3. Multi-Sport/Triathalon: Balance muscle groups to counter-affect the repetitive nature of these sports as well as stabilize the core to produce more efficient movement patterns. F.I.T. is the ultimate cross-training for multi-sport athletes. Clients will not gain muscular size with this technique, but will make notable gains in functional output in events.

4. Cycling and Running:  Fill the gaps of neurological strength missed in the typical movement pattern of cycling. The sport of cycling tends to strengthen certain muscle groups while often leaving others unattended. Balancing these patterns out will result in improved performance without any change in perceived exertion.

5. Ball sports: improve core strength, eye-hand coordination, neuro-muscular coordination, quicker reaction times, power, and explosiveness.

6.  Snow sports:  the specifics of snow sports training is different than many other sports.  Snow sports training emphasizes eccentric loading of the muscles.  We have developed on of the most thorough snow sports conditioning programs available.

Rehabilitation:

We address both acute and chronic injuries @ HPC. The primary objective is pain control through soft tissue manipulation and cold laser therapy and Frequency Specific Microcurrent Therapy. By breaking the pain cycle, the nervous system can access new pathways. Decreased pain allows the client to correct movement imbalances and progress toward more functional movement patterns. The body/mind will have the opportunity to re-educate itself to move towards vitality, optimum healing, and efficiency of movement.  These patterns of dysfunction, which can be very subtle, are often missed by other professionals.  Human Performance Center is often the last stop for people who have struggled to achieve their desired level of wellness.

HPC works with the following injuries both pre and post-surgical procedures:

1. Knee pain: tendonitis, bursitis, meniscus, ACL, PCL, medial and collateral ligaments, Baker's cyst, patellar tracking, IT band syndrome

2. Back pain:  cervical, thoracic and lumbar pain, disc bulging, rupture and degeneration of the disc, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spondylolisthesis, stenosis

3. Shoulder pain: AC joint dysfunction, rotator cuff dysfunction or tear, instability and dislocation, impingement, tendonitis, bursitis

4. Neck pain and headaches.


5. Elbow, wrist, hand pain:  golf and tennis elbow, tendonitis, bursitis, wrist sprain, carpal tunnel syndrome, ligament injuries

6. Ankle and foot pain: ankle sprain and instability, Achilles tendon injury, plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma

To learn more about cold laser therapy, see theralase.com  or Frequency Specific Microcurrent, see www.frequencyspecific.com

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