Everyone’s journey to better health starts somewhere. In our office, we treat every patient as an athlete. This means we understand that each and every person has tasks they want to perform and goals they wish to accomplish. Whether you’re a competitive athlete looking for a performance edge in competition, an active individual trying to improve your quality of life, or pain or dysfunction has kept you from doing the things you love, they key to accomplishing your goals is to PREPARE.
As famously said by Sun Tzu in his book, The Art of War, “Every battle is won or lost before it is fought.” This statement that the outcomes of success and failure rest solely on proper preparation is universal law. It applies to a soldier in battle, an athlete in competition, or a student taking a test. So when it comes to your health and the health of those you love, it is no different. Failing to PREPARE is preparing to fail.
That is why regardless of what walk of life you come from, our first step is to PREPARE you for success in your health. We start by working with you to understand your personal needs. From there, we identify your problems and develop the best plan of action to PREPARE you for success.
Your healthcare plan is in place. You’ve executed that plan through proper preparation. Now it’s time to PERFORM.
Whether the stage to perform is on the field, a court, the gym, or at home with your family, we will be there when you need it the most. To perform means to realize fulfillment in the things that you are passionate about. At Hybrid Performance Group, we believe that healthcare is not about only helping you when you are in pain. Rather, it should be about helping you reach your goals and providing support, so you can PERFORM in life without pain or limitations.
We look at every patient as an athlete with the need to PERFORM; to attack a task or challenge head on accomplish it without restriction. For an athlete, this means the ability to push the body to the absolute limit for the opportunity to come out on the other side victorious. For a parent, the ability to perform means being able to handle the stresses of running a family, working a job, or taking your kids to the zoo without physical limitations. And for the active adult, we understand that your ability to perform means the never ending pursuit of personal betterment.
At Hybrid Performance Group, we know that no one has the life or performance goal to be pain free, which is why we don’t stop as soon as the pain is gone. We make sure when you need your body to act, that you’re not sidelined with physical limitations or pain. At Hybrid Performance Group, we focus on your life goals, and then work to make sure you crush them.
“Working towards ultimate performance, pushing the envelope for competition, or anything more than just basic health and fitness, is an absolute luxury and most certainly is NOT a right. Mistreating your body and ignoring concepts such as moving well outside of the gym and lifting platform can strip away this luxury very quickly. Ultimate performance is a lifetime commitment, 24/7.” – Dr. Stuart McGill, world renown back pain specialist.
An injury can be one of the most detrimental occurrences in a person’s life. They have the potential to take away to ability to perform the simplest task or the most complex movements and can keep you out of sport, work, or your favorite hobby. Additionally, the biggest predictor of future injury is a previous injury, making a preventative approach to injury care much more valuable than the traditional “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” approach.
This is why at Hybrid Performance Group we take prevention of injuries seriously. Competition, athletics, and the pursuit of better health means wear and tear on the body that requires constant recovery and reinforcement of proper movement in order to prevent an injury from happening. Whether you are a competitive athlete, or are living an active lifestyle, waiting for an injury to occur is a recipe for disaster. That’s why we provide a broad range of options to help your body recover better and become more resistant to compensatory and dysfunctional movement patterns.