Maintaining your fitness routine, meeting your goals, and recovering from a sports-related injury can be tough, but going it alone can make the process even harder. Support from a highly-qualified, specialized team of sports medicine and rehabilitation professionals can make all the difference in helping you achieve peak performance.
At Barrington Orthopedic Specialists, we’ve created a number of Fitness Enhancement Programs to help you meet your individual fitness goals. Our team will work with you in creating a tailor-made fitness plan that accounts for your strengths and builds up your ability in areas that can use improvement.
If you’re ready to feel great in your body and achieve your personalized goals, it’s time to get started with the Fitness Enhancement Programs at Barrington Orthopedic.
The ACL Injury Prevention Program is a one-on-one assessment or group class instructed by a physical therapist with years of experience rehabilitating sports medicine injuries. Participants will be instructed in an exercise program focused on strength, flexibility, squatting mechanics, jumping and landing mechanics, and agility. Appointments are available upon request at the Bartlett and Schaumburg locations.
Individual Fitness Assessments can be catered to your goals whether they are for post-rehabilitation progress, weight loss, overall health and wellness, or pre-season conditioning. A licensed Athletic Trainer or Physical Therapist will initially assess your posture, gait, strength, and function in order to design a program that addresses your deficits, meets your goals, and considers any orthopedic issues you may have. Appointments are available upon request at all locations.
The Runners Program is a one-on-one assessment performed by a physical therapist or athletic trainer with years of experience treating recreational and experienced runners. The program includes video gait analysis, evaluation of current running program, education on proper running footwear and customized exercise program. Participants will learn how to prevent common running injuries through utilizing an exercise program focusing on flexibility, strengthening, and balance exercises. Appointments are available upon request at the Bartlett and Buffalo Grove locations.