Physician Led • Outcomes Centered • Patient Focused

Trainer Led

Athletic trainers provide value to a physician’s practice through skills in triage, taking patient histories, evaluating injuries and reporting those findings to the physician, scheduling tests, preparing injections, fitting patients for crutches or a brace, developing rehabilitation programs, performing metabolic performance test, and educating patients on injury prevention and home exercise programs. They help move patients more effectively and efficiently through the appointment, evaluation and treatment process.

• Obtaining patient histories
• Performing evaluations and special tests
• Educating patients and answering questions
• Organizing notes and radiographic studies
• Presenting final case reviews to physicians
• DME/brace fitting
• Performing therapeutic exercise
• Performing metabolic performance tests
• Instructing in home exercise programs
• Custom Orthotics

For questions, more information, or to schedule a consultation, email or call us at 515-221-1102.

ACL Prevention Exercises

Here is a link to a slideshow that shows some basic exercises that can be done to help perfect proper […]

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Inspiratory Muscle Training

What is IMT? Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) is a way to specifically train our breathing muscles for optimal performance. Why […]

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Astym is a therapy treatment that regenerates healthy soft tissues (muscles, tendons, etc.), and eliminates or reduces unwanted scar tissue […]

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