Reconditioning After Injuries

Reconditioning is an extension of rehabilitation. It is the phase between early rehabilitation and the return to full participation in sport. iSPORT reconditioning programs focus on strength training principles by utilizing creative, sport-specific movements to build a better athlete while respecting the healing process of their injury/surgery. This helps the athlete return to their sport at a higher level of performance with the strength to remain on the field of play.

Performance Training

iSPORT believes that performance training and injury prevention go hand in hand. We provide the athlete with a multi-disciplinary program that draws on our experience in creating reconditioning and strength training methods that deliver both. Our programs are designed to create a direct correlation between performance training and the athlete’s specific sport. All programs begin with a thorough explanation to ensure safe implementation and provide a foundation for continued athletic development.

Individual Rates

Services Offered: Performance Training or Reconditioning After Injury

Single Visit…………………….…………………….……………………. $125.00

Multi Visit (2 — 4)…………………….…………………….………… $100 per visit

Multi-Visit (5 — 8)…………………….…………………….………….. $90 per visit

Multi-visit (9 — 12)…………………….…………………….………… $85 per visit

Additional 4-week written program…………………….…. $50

Additional 8-Week written program……………………. $75

• Each package includes a Dart Fish Video and 4-week written program

• Each training session is 75 minutes

Multi Group Rates

Services Offered: Performance Training

10 sessions (3-7 people)…………………….….………………….. $300 per person

10 sessions (8-12 people)…………………….….……………….. $200 per person

Payment Terms • 10% discount with full payment up front.
50% payment required at first session with final balance due at last session.

To schedule a training session or for more information, click HERE to contact iSPORT

STRENGTH TRAINING AND CONDITIONING PROGRAMS EXPERTLY DESIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED
FOR MAXIMIZED ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE AND RECONDITIONING AFTER INJURY