6,770 people have won back their active lifestyles at Sports Center. Win back yours.
Sports Center is a physical therapy practice that accurately identifies your specific injury and designs a systematic rebuilding program just for you.
Our methods are non-invasive, systematic and measurable. And we treat your entire injury, NOT just your symptoms.
That’s right, Sports Center is not a stretch, massage and medicate physical therapy practice. Passive, band-aid approaches only temporarily mask your discomfort and pain. And we’d never roll the dice with your body like that.
So what are you waiting for? Schedule a consultation today and win back your active lifestyle. We are committed to seeing new patients within 2 clinic days- or less!
Sports Center is for the person who wants to live a long, healthy and active life. And our clients’ success flows from one basic principle: Optimal physical function requires optimal physical training.
"Exercising and running are an integral part of my life. I felt like its importance to me was understood and respected by everyone at Sports Center from the front desk team to all of the trainers. I really enjoyed the physical training aspect as well as the explanations from the trainers. They taught me about what I was doing and why. I am actually sad to be “graduating.” I will miss everyone greatly! Sports Center is extremely well run. All staff members have excellent customer service skills. There is a professional environment, yet everyone is extremely personable. The training programs are relevant, the trainers are EXCELLENT and work together as a team. Sports Center is a model for excellence in customer service."
"My wife was a patient of SC twice, and the care and great results that she got convinced me that I should try them out for my shoulder problem. They were very friendly, and have a great staff that worked as hard as I did to make the results happen. Each session I noticed improvement: some were small and other times much – but always getting better. I’m looking forward to returning to tennis, and having my wife beat me…for the time being."