Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine has three locations to provide you with athletic training. Visit us in Layton, Mountain Green, or North Ogden.
Being an athlete means more than just doing well on field or in the ring; it means developing skills that put you above the competition, acclimating your body to the amount of stress your sport demands, and taking the necessary precautions to stay healthy and strong. At Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, we can help you heighten your abilities and skills in a way that is long-lasting and safe for your health.
What is Athletic Training?
Athletic training is a clinical kind of training that focuses on helping you stay healthy and fit while you’re improving your athletic skills. Athletic training covers a broad spectrum of strategies, which include but are not limited to:
- Customized diet plans
- Injury prevention
- Risk management
- Physical therapy
- Injury diagnosis and treatment
Our physical therapists aim to provide you, the athlete, with skills that can decrease your risk of long-lasting or threatening bodily harm. That way, you can enjoy your sport, continue to compete, and steadily improve your skill level without risking your health.
We Have Training Techniques for Athletes of All Levels
Regardless of whether you are just starting out, are training for a marathon, or are at the top of your game, our staff can analyze your abilities and design training programs that help you build strength, endurance, and skill without putting your body at risk.
In addition to arming you with techniques that will minimize the stress that your body experiences, our physical therapists will help you know what you’re capable of at each step of your training. That way, you know where your limits are and where you need to work harder.
Our staff are all registered and licensed so you can rest assured that you are getting the best care possible. When you come into our office, we want to make sure that you are comfortable and have pleasant experiences with our staff. Call Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine today at (801) 728-4624 to schedule an appointment!