I believe athletes must adhere to methods outside of the gym to enhance recovery, and prevent potential injuries. Most injuries can be prevented with simple treatments and regular tune ups.  Quite often, I see too many athletes delay treatment of nagging injuries, incurring further unnecessary damage.   This is why I am proud to announce that I have incorporated a program with Dr Mike Prebeg (Athletes Performance Care Treat).  My athletes will be monitored and assessed all summer in order to ensure they reach their highest physical potential during the 2014, off season training program.

Explanation of Performance Care Treatment With Athlete’s Care Sports Chiropractors

  • Length: 30 Minutes
  • Scheduling: Each player will be scheduled for the same appointment either weekly or bi-weekly on Thursday afternoons, which is the weekly recovery day. If they cannot make that appointment they can email [email protected] to coordinate switching times with another player or rescheduling for an alternate time.
  • Where: Athlete’s Care, 130 Adelaide Street West, Suite 108
  • Communication
  • Cost for the summer:
    • Will be incorporated  in the program the athlete has elected
    • On average most players have between 5-10 treatments in the summer as issues arise, or for preventative purposes. At the clinic the cost is typically $87/session, amounting to between $435-$870 over the course of the summer.
    • Your cost is a specially discounted price negotiated by Mr. Clance Laylor to ensure that all his athletes are able to train at their full capacity and prevent injury.
    • At the end of the summer, a breakdown will be provided to submit to the player’s team insurance or their parents insurance coverage
  • Part I: Assessment
    • History review
    • Visual biomechanical analysis: single and multi-joint non-specific and specific movements
    • Manual muscle testing: multi-planar, single joint, simultaneous testing of stabilizers, and focused on detection of neuro-muscular inhibition
    • Soft tissue manual evaluation: multi-layer motion-palpation to identify directional restrictions and areas of trophic changes
  • Part II: Treatment
    • Soft tissue reorganization: classical myofascial release, active release techniques, Graston, lymphatic drainage, modern neuromuscular techniques, etc.
    • Joint manipulation: joint mobilizations and high velocity/low amplitude manoeuvres
    • Electro-acupuncture: local segmental, paravertebral, and miscellaneous extra-segmental inputs
    • Sports rehabilitation exercises: core stability training, modified resistance exercises, etc.