Performance Therapy

Performance Therapy Goes Global

Following the success of the Phoenix-based Performance Therapy Program, a one day Introduction to Performance Therapy is set to make its debut in Europe this November. Hosted and delivered by ALTIS Lead Performance Therapist Dr. Jas Randhawa, and former Chief Physiotherapist for UK Athletics - Gordon Bosworth, two UK based courses will mark the first in a planned series of...

ALTIS 360°: Your online learning resource

Are you interested in hearing Dan Pfaff's talk on sprint mechanics again? Do you want to see which hurdle drills World Record Holder Aires Merritt does? Did you miss Stu McMillan's lecture on programming strength and power for sprinters?  Well... now you can have all these ALTIS resources at your fingertips. ALTIS is proud to reveal the next phase in their new education platform:...

Performance Therapy: What Is It and How Is It Applied?

By Dr Gerry Ramogida If you have followed the ALTIS Twitter feed and read Facebook posts or other articles in this blog-post series, you have likely seen the term “Performance Therapy,” with some description of how therapists are integrated into the training environment. But what is really meant by Performance Therapy? Is it a case of simply having treatment provided...

Sports Medicine: Acupuncture’s Role in Trackside Therapy

By Donna Rebadow, M.S., M.Ac., L.Ac., SMAC. Many of the ALTIS athletes and a few of the coaches call Sports Medicine Acupuncture “magic” because of how quickly it works and without medications, shots, or surgery. Often, results with them are seen in one treatment. In my view, Sports Medicine Acupuncture is about 90% science, anatomy, and physiology, and 10% magic....
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