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Performance Therapy

Reclaim your game: our hybrid of therapy and training

The way we see it, great sports performance is about defiance. You defy gravity, expectations, doubts, fears, and in true moments of greatness, you even defy the laws of physics.

Here’s what you’re going to hear out there: You’re too slow. You’re too old. You can’t jump high enough. You’ve reached your full potential.

Here’s what we’re going to do: We’re going to find you the edge. We’re going to look at everything you do on the field and everything you do to prep for the field.

Performance therapy was created from our clinical experience with athletes. We use manual therapy and athletic training to improve athletic performance. We focus on creating balance in your body, which means greater force production and absorption, better ability to cut, more explosiveness, and more power.

Greatness is in the details.

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I’ve had some bad luck with injuries. I had 12 holes in right knee, many doctors said I should stop playing basketball. David has been able to put me back together. I’m not worried if I get hurt because I know I can come see him and get back to 100%.

Paul Davis
Paul Davis

I would say working with David helps you to learn about your body, not only in sports but in life. How to make taking care of your body part of your daily routine. I feel a lot faster and stronger since coming here. My body feels more balanced.

Alshon Jeffrey
Alshon Jeffrey

I’ve been playing basketball overseas for three years and this last summer was the first time I came to see David consistently. After doing my therapy and all of the exercises David gave me on a regular basis, I had the best season percentage wise that I have ever had.

Jerome Randle
Jerome Randle

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Feeling better tomorrow starts with a call to React Performance Therapy today. Call 312-243-9350 to set up your first appointment and get back in the game.

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