Sports Rehabilitation

At Balanced, our goal is the same as yours: to get you back to your team as quickly and safely as possible.¬† Rehab following a sports injury shouldn’t stop with simply regaining range of motion and strength; your physical therapist should be addressing your power output, endurance, agility, and reaction time, and overall workload to ensure that you return to the game fitter and more powerful than you were prior to your injury.

Only 10% of physical therapists in the United States hold a board certification in sports specialty practice, and even less have completed formal residency training in sports medicine. One of our clinicians has completed this training and has successfully treated professional, division I collegiate, high school, and recreational athletes across a wide variety of sports. Sports specialist physical therapists set themselves apart from other PTs with their knowledge of sport-specific biomechanics, load demands, and principles of strength and conditioning, enabling them to progress you past traditional rehabilitation and towards your best performances. All of our clinicians are athletes themselves, and understand the drive and determination you have for getting back on the field/track/pool/pitch as quickly as possible.


We have particular expertise working with the following athletes:

Track and Field

Cross Country/Distance Running





Field Hockey




Martial Arts (Judo, Brazilian Jiujitsu, etc)

Rock Cimbing

As well as treating the following sports-related injuries

Runner’s knee

ACL sprains/ruptures

MPFL ruptures

Multiligament Knee injuries

Shin Splints

Stress Fractures

Hip labral pathology

Adductor strains

Hamstring strains


Low Back Pain

UCL Injuries/Tommy John Surgery

Shoulder dislocations

Shoulder labral pathology

Little League Shoulder

Rotator Cuff tears

Neck pain

Performing as well as you did prior to your injury is not good enough. Our goal is to have you performing even BETTER.¬† Contact our sports specialist [email protected] for more details, or call the office for an appointment.



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