1 Burlington Ave. WhitesPhysicalTherapy.com P 978-658-5556
Wilmington, MA 01810 F 978-658-5269
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May 26, 2012 Deborah Hall
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Local Physical Therapy practice offers opportunity to help local school sports programs raise money while also helping athletes improve their performance.
Wilmington, MA – White’s Physical Therapy, LLC is offering local sports booster programs an opportunity to raise money to support their programs. When 5 or more athletes from one team sign up for this summer performance enhancement program, White’s Physical Therapy, LLC will give 10% of those proceeds back to that sport’s booster program!
During the four week program, athletes 14 and older work to develop the skills necessary to improve their performance, reduce the risk of injury, and learn how to take care of their bodies’ needs while maintaining a rigorous training program. “This is win-win for The Wilmington Athletics Program, which has great expectations for next year’s sports teams such as football, ice hockey, and soccer,” says Doug White, owner and principle athletic trainer and physical therapist at White’s Physical Therapy, LLC.
Although rehabilitation of injuries in the physical therapy clinic is the main focus of his business, Doug’s true passion is running the strength and conditioning program each summer. “I really enjoy the preventive aspect of sports medicine. It is great to see these athletes improve and do better in their sport. It is quite a challenge to take a person with no apparent weaknesses and assist them to achieve the next level of ability.” Having previously trained world-class and Olympic athletes, Doug knows what it takes for an athlete to achieve peak performance and how to focus a training program to attain maximum results.
“Most sport training focuses on positional play, sport specific drills and strategy. While these are necessary skills, it is equally important to develop the eight components of strength and conditioning to maximize fitness levels and minimize overuse and sport related injuries.” Doug is concerned that too many young athletes are pushing themselves to excel without the necessary training. This leads to avoidable risk and injury on the playing field.
Two more ways to save! Sign up before June 1st or mention this article to receive an additional 10% off the total cost of the program!
The program will be offered two mornings per week from 10 – 12pm, July 17 – August 16 ending just in time for the fall sports camps at the high school. The program offers the full four-week session for $150.00 for 16 hours of professional, supervised training. For further information into the field of sports medicine and strength and conditioning contact: web: www.WhitesPhysicalTherapy.com, phone: #978/658-5556, address: White’s Physical Therapy @ P.O. Box 4053 Andover, MA 01810
Douglas White has expressed his willingness to be a resource for further inquiries into the field of sports medicine and strength and conditioning.