Injury Post-Rehabilitation

Learn the exercises that are safe for you to perform in order to stay strong, explosive, and athletic – without causing further damage and while reducing the risk of further injury.

Are you an athlete that has suffered an injury that has changed the way you train? Is being unable to perform your favorite exercises causing you to miss workouts and see less results?

Have you recently completed physical therapy and are unsure of what to do next?

Are you trying to lose fat and improve your fitness but don’t know where to start because of pre-existing limitations or injuries?

I know how you feel and I’ve been there before. I partially tore my right acetabular labrum in 2011 and have had to modify my training plan ever since. Since that time, I’ve visited several doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors in an effort to improve. I’ve also spent countless hours on research through textbooks, seminars, DVDs, and participation in research studies. Fortunately, I’m now able to train hard and enjoy working out again.

Since that time, I’ve helped numerous others to train hard around an existing injury or condition. I’ve learned the proper regressions and progressions for every exercise pattern and can modify a program to fit almost any limitation. Often times, my clients will reduce pain while getting stronger and more mobile. They’ve enjoyed great results without having to “suck it up” or train through pain.

Remember, you never have to train through pain.

What is Injury Post-Rehabilitation?

The goal of post-rehab training is to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and physical fitness. During this process, communication between the medical team and the fitness professional is vital to success. Post-rehab is not a replacement for physical therapy or medical care. All clients require medical clearance before beginning a post-rehab exercise program.

Many times, people are released from physical therapy or medical care without knowing what to do next. In these situations, working with an experienced and knowledgeable fitness professional is the perfect solution.

Call 508-507-9008 or e-mail [email protected] for more information or to schedule your FREE strategy session and create your fitness blueprint.

The Training Process

All members start with a Functional Movement Screen (FMS). The FMS is a 7-step test that determines your injury risk. It also reveals any movement asymmetries and limitations. Afterwards, we will go through any extra assessments or movements in order to truly understand your situation and needs.

Communication between your medical professionals and fitness professionals is key to the success of a post-rehab program. As such, I will contact your doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist to discuss your situation before beginning the exercise program.

Services Provided:

  • Strength Training
  • Cardiovascular Conditioning
  • Mobility & Stability Training
  • Functional Training
  • Weight Reduction

Some of the conditions that I’ve worked with include:

  • Back pain – herniated discs, stenosis, sciatica
  • Knee pain – torn ACLs, torn meniscus, patellofemoral pain, runner’s knee, IT Band syndrome
  • Shoulder pain – rotator cuff impingement, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Prosthetic Lower Limbs
  • Anterior Femoral Glide / FAI (Femoral Acetabular Impingement)
  • Snapping hip syndrome
  • Pulled or torn hamstring
  • Tennis Elbow / Golfer’s Elbow
  • Pre-op preparation for a double knee replacement
  • Diabetes, Hypertension, and High Cholesterol

Experience & Qualifications

  • Functional Movement Screen Certified (FMSC 1)
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS)
  • B.S. in Kinesiology – Motor Behavior – Texas A&M University, Cum Laude
  • Post-Rehabilitation Specialist – Fitness Together Medfield, 10/12-3/14

Call 508-507-9008 or e-mail [email protected] for more information or to schedule your FREE strategy session and create your fitness blueprint.

Testimonials

 

Sarah Purdon

The thing I appreciate most about Devin is the ample amount of time and effort he puts into my plans and goals. I have had results that have completely changed my athletic career for the better. In less than 3 months he was able to fix an ongoing injury I have had for over 4 years. I have yet to re-injure my hip and my overall mobility, balance, flexibility, nutrition, etc. is better than ever. I can honestly say I have yet to be disappointed with a session, workout, or any other element of Devin’s work with me. My results are unbelievable and I only wish I started earlier!

I was recently told by a doctor that the training I did with Devin most likely saved me from a season ending injury. As an athlete this is one of the most important aspects of training. I could not ask for more out of a personal trainer or thank him enough for getting me ready for college lacrosse, and most importantly, improving my overall athletic performance.