We pride ourselves on being able to offer our patients a one on one interaction with their physical therapist each and every time they walk in the doors. We want to develop a relationship with you. 201 is an experience. It is something that will give you a unique ability to be in an environment that encourages and promotes well being.
We provide a very individualized tailored approach to everyone. We don't have a cookie cutter approach to everyone who comes in. Regardless of what you have going on, this is very individualized and specific to you. We just want to help you along in your path to recovery in the best manner possible. We want to help you create your own path to recovery.
We take a very scientific and medical approach to it whether it be general fitness, biomechanics or general rehab. We look for the right way to do it. We want you to train with passion, recover with intention, and move with purpose.
Whether an athlete is injured or just looking to prevent injuries, our goal is to identify biomechanical deficiencies that have been proven to lead to injury. This is a very evidence based approach that blends science, medical knowledge, and strengthening to make an overhead athlete’s body more efficient thus reducing the amount of force that an athlete places on his or her shoulder and elbow. Our programs are based on individual needs, not a “one size fits all” program, which is done by our exclusive Throwing Evaluation.
We have designed an evaluation to truly asses an athlete’s entire body in order to determine any weak links that may produce abnormal force patterns in the body. The Thrower’s evaluation is comprised of the best evidence that has been shown to relate to injuries in throwers.
About our program:
Conducted by our Certified Athletic Trainer that has over 20 years experience in collegiate and professional athletics and lectures on overhead athlete injuries
Evidence based-we are constantly reviewing the latest research
Individually based-the program will be based on the needs of the athlete
Our program and experience gives us the ability to work around injured areas without risk or complication
Education-we want our athletes to understand their bodies and how to manage themselves as they age and develop
Age appropriate-our programs are based on fundamental movement patterns and long term athletic development (LTAD) programs that require a foundation. These models are the basis for all athletic development and our Certified Athletic Trainer holds a certification in junior development.
Our ultimate goal is to prevent injuries related to overuse and repetitive motions that occur with overhead athletes! These injuries are not just prevented by a standard “arm care” program but require a total body approach.
Whether you or your overhead athlete is returning from injury, trying to be preventative, or just wanting to improve their game, we have a solution for you. Contact us for more information and get started today.
In sports, non-contact situations account for nearly 70% of serious knee ligament injuries. These non-contact movements may include: landing from a jump, sudden stop on an extended knee, twisting, and pivoting or turning. It is imperative that athletes understand immediate reaction to sudden imbalance on the lower extremity with control, coordination, and muscle strength must occur to avoid the potential “giving-way” episode. It is our belief that these non-contact knee ligament injuries are preventable.
201: Train Recover Move is a Certified Clinical Site for Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center’s nationally acclaimed Sportsmetrics™ program. This is a 6week program designed to help athletes refine neuromuscular control of the lower limbs. Research has shown that female athletes sustain an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury at roughly 3-5 times the rate than males and with less exposure. The research conducted by Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation has proven that athletes who participate in this jumping program are less likely to suffer a serious knee injury.
The program is made up of the following components:
1. Sports Injury Pre Test
Performed prior to the beginning of the program to assess the athletes’ baseline flexibility, strength, speed, jumping and landing technique.
2. Sportsmetrics™ Program
12 sessions focused on Session breakdown.
1. Dynamic Warm-up- consist of preparatory exercises to prepare for the body for training.
2. Plyometric Training- to improve jumping and landing mechanics through verbal and hands-on cueing as well as instructor demonstration. Divided into 3 two-week phases with different training focus and training difficulty each phase.
3a. Strength Training- to improve muscle efficiency and power production through strength training and positioning.
3b. Agility and Speed Training – to improve body awareness and mechanics with transitional movements to improve performance.
4. Flexibility – stretching through available ROM to minimize injury and post-session soreness.
3. Sports Injury Post Test
Performed after completion of the program to compare flexibility, strength, speed, jumping and landing techniques to baseline measures.
We are pleased to offer a unique experience to our patients and clients for postoperative care, performance/fitness, and injury recovery. Our programs are truly based on the best evidence available and are designed specifically to our patient’s/client’s goals and needs.
Benefits to aquatic programs post operatively:
Decreased muscular activation which reduces pain and risk to repairs
Warmth of water decreases pain and allows for greater relaxation
Water massage to relax guarded musculature and increase tissue mobility
Can often be performed earlier postoperatively then traditional therapy
Weightless environment reduces stress
Performance and Fitness
Pool workouts for athletes allow for training in a high-resistance, low impact environment which allow for greater training without the risk of injury. The Hydroworx pool offers a built in treadmill with large resistance jets that can be adjusted to various speeds and resistance as well as an adjustable water depth allowing for more or less buoyancy and weight bearing. The research is very compelling in regards to the benefit and utilization of an aquatic fitness program.
Pregnancy weight management programs
Weight loss and management
Increased cardio without the stress to joints and soft tissue
Continued training while injured
After a hard workout, treat yourself a deep penetrating water massage to decrease lactic acid build-up in overworked muscles. This is a great feature for overall pain management and recovery enhancement.
Aquatic based programs after an athletic injury have been clinically proven to be an important part of the recovery process. The following outcomes have been associated with aquatic programs and athletic injuries:
- Increased mobility and strength
Maintaining fitness levels
The applications and benefits of an aquatic program are endless. Please contact us for more information regarding Hydroworx pool and associated programs.
201 is the only facility in the state that offers TPI and K-Vest.
We cover all areas of the golf swing and biomechanics of the golf swing to help you become the player you want to be. We use a series of tests to determine strengths and weaknesses to make you your personal program.
Our goal at 201 is to give you the best experience off the course so you can make great memories on the course! Come see what we can do for you.
An absolute identity of 201 is our belief in education. Being a part of the future of our young professionals as they travel on their journey is vital to the organic makeup of our crew, our patient’s stories, and our vision. We are proud to offer a place for students in search of a clinical rotation, internship, or observational hours. We believe that we do a really good job at this, but don’t take our word for it….
MAT, ATC, Seasonal Athletic Trainer, Seattle Seahawks
Because of the diverse and experienced staff at 201, I was able to learn from
all the different aspects that form an efficient sports medicine team.
MAT, ATC, Intern Athletic Trainer, Central Michigan University
Being a part of the awesome 201 family allowed me to grow as an athletic
trainer, not only professionally, but as a healthcare provider as well.
DPT, PT, Sugarland Sports Residency, Houston, TX
201 was a rewarding, challenging, and enjoyable experience that provided a conductive environment to my development into a physical therapist.
DPT, PT, ATC, Aureus Physical Therapy
201 was an amazing clinical that will always have a special place in
my heart. The people there are amazing, challenged me daily, and
allowed me to grow both personally and professionally.
S-PTA, Arkansas State University
My two years as a tech at 201 were not only an eminent help in my professional career, but also helped me grow mentally, physically, and emotionally. Having the privilege of working alongside professionals who cared deeply for their patients, as well as their own personal growth, encouraged me to be my best and launched me into pursuing a career that I truly love.
If you are a student or faculty looking for some more information about this sweet rotation, contact
Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org
PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS,
Associate Professor, University of Tennessee Health Science Center Department of Physical Therapy
As one of their former DPT instructors, I am extremely proud of the
learning environment that Andy and Jerrica have established at 201. Not only do they have an excellent facility, but these two have also developed a
remarkable program for student clinical affiliations. In addition to development
of evaluation and treatment skills, the clinicians at 201 emphasize clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice for students. A clinical affiliation at 201
will challenge a student not only to rise to the immediate occasion, but also to aspire to be a lifelong learner!