Sports Performance & Training
Young athletes, ages 8 to 18, want to prevent sports-related injuries and maximize performance in speed, agility and strength. When your young athlete works with our certified athletic trainers and exercise physiologists at the LMH Sports Performance and Wellness Center, they will benefit from fun, sport-specific and age-appropriate training opportunities.
The LMH training philosophy emphasizes teaching correct movement to develop speed, power and strength. We provide a fun training environment to enable athletes to learn and improve consistently over time.
Training provided by healthcare professionals
A licensed physical therapist assesses each athlete before his or her training sessions begin. With advanced knowledge of the body and how it moves, a licensed physical therapist evaluates each athlete’s movements and techniques to customize a training program that aims to correct improper movements, reduce the risk of many common sports injuries and maximize physical development.
A Functional Movement Screen (FMS©) allows the therapist to view where the athlete needs further development in areas of weakness and build on their athletic strengths. Athletes then train individual or a small group to meet their training goals.
- Private Training
- Semi-Private Training
- Group Training
ImPACT® Concussion Baseline Testing
ImPACT is the industry leader in concussion management and trusted by teams and organizations around the world. Our licensed trainers use the ImPACT assessment tool to provide a baseline assessment before the start of a sports season. Schedule an assessment>
Therapy for concussion related symptoms
No two concussions are alike. Some concussions can lead to symptoms lasting for weeks or longer. If you are experiencing prolonged concussion symptoms, such as imbalance or dizziness, talk to you provider about concussion therapy at LMH Therapy Services.
What is Sports Performance Training?
Learn more from the program’s founder, Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS, CGFI.