who is my audience??
1) Practitioners : Athletic Trainers, Sports Based Chiros, PT’, OT, MD, DO, Coaches, Kinesiologists, Personal Trainers, Physios and Professors…If you work with athletes, if you work on bodies…you’ll use this info.
The drive to stay modern and trending while at the same time continuing to offer your clients/your athletes the best options available is a real concern. Your clients/athletes are seeking out the providers and therapists that are using the techniques that are trending and hot. The days of returning for long drawn out visits and never ending treatment plans are dying! “I’ll see you 3x week for 6 weeks.” is a guaranteed walk out! New Ideas that work better… Win!
You’ve got to be familiar with these or your clients will seek help elsewhere.
2) Clients and Athletes
You guys want fast-effective and ideas. You are seeking rehab you can do at home and at the gym workups. The drive to always elevate your game.
This site has that aspect in mind.
3) Sports Doc DC is also built for everyone.
For the client, the owner of a human body!
I will explain things easily and in simple to follow instructions because the modern era of client is looking for the ever evasive, “What can I do?”
For example, giving you a set of 5-10 exercises to stop sciatica pain is a loser. It will almost never work despite the 1000’s of YouTube videos selling this. Why? because there are literally a dozen types of sciatic issues. I want YOU to UNDERSTAND. To “get it” and not rely on your doc to just say, “do this.”
Understanding the issue allows you to make better decisions in your own healthcare and that’s the change that we all need in modern doctoring.
Oh yeah..and perhaps most importantly.
Let’s make this fun and humorous.
Because the alternative is dry and boring. Let’s do BETTER!
What People Say
(Ok maybe not about this page, but “they” say it and it fits.)
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.Walt Disney
It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.J. K. Rowling
Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different outcomes in lunacyA. Einstein