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Our Approach

Here at Peak Performance Sports Chiropractic & Rehab we specializes in musculoskeletal injuries and injury prevention.  With a proven process involving soft tissue work, joint mobilization and rehabilitation, we are able to provide support for any type of patient to recover from injury and perform at their best. If you are in the Tampa area and want to eliminate pain and perform at you best contact us today!

The Process


Phase 1: Identification And Pain Relief

Examine the area of pain, discover what factors are causing your discomfort, and combine movement and manual therapy to eliminate the pain.


Phase 2: Mobility

Identify which joints and muscles are stiff, tight, or not moving well and restore proper range of motion through chiropractic care, soft tissue therapy, stretching, scraping, and more.


Phase 3: Stability

Establish proper muscle activation around the joint and strengthen these patterns through specific movements

Chiropractic Adjustments

Used to restore joint mobility by manually applying a controlled force into joints that have become hypomoblie- or restricted in their movement’ as a result of a tissue injury. It helps resolve joint inflammation and reduces pain

IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization)

Stimulates connective tissue remodeling through resorption of excessive fibrosis, and induces repair and regeneration of collagen secondary to fibroblast recruitment. This will lead to the breakdown or release of scar tissue, fascial restrictions and adhesion.

Manual Therapy

Not all injuries/patients are the same, thus having multiple evidence-based techniques and modalities are essential. 

Therapeutic Cupping

This decompression approach is one of a kind that works in lifting of adhesion with movement instead of compression the tissues

Rehab Exercises

A customized program that includes: mobility, stability, activation, coordination, and strength

Active Release Technique

Incorporating a shorten to lengthen fashion of specific muscle/tendon/ligament with either a proximal or distal tensioning.

Kinesiotaping and support taping

Provides afferent mechanoreceptor stimulus to the brain, and the brain will perceive stability. Helps decrease pain, improve circulation, and facilitate muscle function.

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