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Q&A

What is Functional Sport Specific Strength Training?

A complete system of athletic development that focuses on training the body the way it will be used for competition in a specific sport, making it the most efficient and effective form of training today.

What is the philosophy of Athletic Training?

Athletic training is practiced by certified athletic trainers, health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of athletes and clients. Athletic training encompasses the following areas:

  • Prevention of athletic injuries
  • Recognition, evaluation, and assessment of injuries to athletes & the physically active
  • Immediate care of athletic injuries
  • Treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of athletic injuries
When should I see a Certified Athletic Trainer?

You should see a Certified Athletic Trainer if you have pain that interferes with your daily, normal tasks and your ability to function. You may also want to see a Certified Athletic Trainer if you have loss of strength, range of motion, balance, or endurance associated with injury, surgery, or disuse.

What other services are provided at F.A.S.T. in addition to physical therapy?

F.A.S.T. provides functional sport specific training, Sport Specific Evaluations, Biomechanical Assessment, Classes, Rehabilitation, Athlete Recovery, Education, Sport Massage Therapy, Sports Nutrition, Sports Psychologist, Sports Medicine Physician and Rehab Physician services all in one location.

Is the sport specific functional training and other services just for elite athletes?

No, our assessment, training, recovery, rehabilitation, recovery and other services are for “weekend warriors” and student athletes of all ages.

What does F.A.S.T. short for?

F.A.S.T. is an acronym that stands for Functional Athletic Sequence Training.