Physical therapy (PT) is a great way to reduce pain, recover from injury, and improve your physical health and quality of life. It can help with a variety of conditions, from chronic pain to post-operative rehabilitation. However, many people wonder if they can do physical therapy on their own.
Finding the right physical therapist can be a challenge. With so many different options available, it can be difficult to know which one is the right choice for you. You know that you want a provider that specializes in the issue that you’re currently dealing with and you want to feel confident in the decision you make so you know you’re not wasting your time or your money.
In this episode of the Get Back With Dombek podcast, Rhys discusses why he believes that collaborative care is the best approach to physical therapy and training. You’ll also hear his thoughts on training young athletes, Tommy John surgery in young pitchers, performance and prevention training and much more.
On the verge of a breakout senior year, she suffered a devastating knee injury while playing in El Paso, which led her back to Virginia and ultimately to AID Performance. Listen to Kimberly’s story of resilience, overcoming, and redemption, which took her from the fields of El Paso all the way to the prestige of division 1 athletics.
This week’s podcast is the final portion with Seth Kaplan, M.Ed. the CEO and Director of Peak Performance for Corporate Warrior Consulting (CWC) and Elite Performance Coaching (EPC). In Episode 7 we dive into what it means to be injured versus hurt and the role psychology plays in recovery and that final push to return to play. We also discuss understanding when is the right time to return to the field, in the midst of a season, and the risk factors you must take into consideration.