It’s what every coach and athlete dreads – an injury. And with every injury comes questions:
Choosing the wrong answer to any of these questions could complicate an injury leading to unnecessary loss of playing time. Having an athletic trainer from Performance Therapies on your sideline gives coaches, athletes and parents the peace of mind to know that injuries will be handled by a trained medical professional.
Have the peace of mind knowing your athletes’ injuries will be handled by a trained medical professional.
Interested in Performance providing athletic training services to your school or organization? Here are a few of our services that are included at no extra fee:
Students can seek care for injuries from our athletic trainers when they are at the school during athletic training room hours or athletic events
Alburnett – Tuesdays 3:30-4:30
Cedar Rapids Prairie – Athletic Training Room Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30am-8:30am (Fall Season), Monday and Wednesday 7:30-8:30am (Winter and Spring seasons)
Lone Tree – Athletic Training Room Hours: Monday 3:30-4:30 during the school year
Mid-Prairie – Athletic Training Room Hours: Monday 3:15-4:15 during the school year
Solon – Athletic Training Room Hours: Monday 3:30-4:30 during the school year
Each year Performance Therapies selects one high school senior from each of the schools we have athletic training or strength & conditioning contracts with, to receive a $300 scholarship. To be eligible for the scholarship, you need to meet the following requirements:
A free screen is performed by an athletic trainer or physical therapist at your location or at one of our clinics. The screen consists of a thorough evaluation of the injury as well as our recommendation for treatment. Recommendations may include stretches or exercises you can perform on your own, referral to a medical doctor or referral to physical therapy.
A physical therapy evaluation is performed by a physical therapist at one of our clinics. The evaluation consists of a thorough evaluation of the injury as well as treatment and recommendations for a home exercise program. You or your health insurance company will be billed for the visit.