Looking to improve your overall wellness and fitness in a one-on-one setting?
Don’t like going to big gyms and want a smaller, private facility?
Want to be trained by a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)?
Then, we’re probably the right fit for you! We’ve trained professional athletes and clients who are just getting into exercise. We would be more than happy to help you achieve your fitness goals with one-on-one training at our private facility!
What Are Strength and Conditioning Specialists?
Strength and conditioning specialists work directly with athletes who are looking to get stronger and be all around better at what they do. They cater their knowledge towards each specific athlete through a series of evaluations. This includes:
- Injury prevention
- Nutrition guidance
- Specialized workout plans
Working with a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist is ideal because it gives you the opportunity to improve your athletic performance while also learning first-hand how to exercise safely and effectively. A Strength and Conditioning Specialist provides both physical therapy services and strength training services so you can recover from sports-related injuries and then improve your performance once you’ve healed.
Working with a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist can also help save you time and money because you don’t need to visit another clinic for different services. Instead, the client can stay right at the clinic and receive pain management care, guidance on nutrition, and more.
Reduce Risk and Get Back on the Field
One of the best ways to avoid injury when you’re on the field or on the court is to stretch properly and to make sure you’re using the correct form while you’re exercising. While your coach may be able to help you train, they may not be skilled in physical therapy or certified in strength and conditioning.
A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist understands proper form and technique to prevent injury. They can also provide you with alternative exercises and stretches to prevent overuse injuries, which are common among athletes. Additionally, once you’ve learned the proper form for exercises and stretches with your Strength and Conditioning Specialist, you can take those exercises and stretches with you to the gym outside of treatment.
Ready to see what a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist can do for you? Contact B Physical Therapy today to learn more about our services or to schedule a consultation with us.