New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
First of its kind method developed by a world famous biomechanical researcher and professor at University of South Carolina Dr. Cristopher Powers (http://movementpi.com/people/christopher-m-powers/) is now available to the public in NYC.
NYDNRehab physical therapy clinic uses cutting edge force plate technology and high-speed cameras to register and analyze the biomechanics of an athlete in motion. The athlete performs several movements that are most specific to his/her sport in the force plate and motion capture area of the lab. Based on the data collected the unique software assesses the forces, torques, kinetics and kinematics of each movement and compares them to existing biomechanical norms. Each parameter is given a score based on the percentile risk factor of a particular injury.
The main goal of the program is to provide the athlete with a detailed report and particular recommendations on how to prevent re-injury and accelerate recovery; as well as improve muscle strength, power, speed and flexibility. These recommendations are designed based on the root cause of the problem that is often impossible to spot with a naked eye.
This method is based on years of research in the area of preventing knee injuries, ACL tears, ankle sprains and other lower extremity athletic injuries. NYDNRehab is the first physical therapy clinic to offer this type of treatment in NYC. For more information call us 866-311-5889 or visit us online at http://www.nydnrehab.com.
Offering physical therapy in New York from 9 a.m to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, the rehab center is located at 130 W. 42nd Street, Suite 1055, New York 10036.