About Us
Home
Video Analysis
The BAD Philosophy
Training Facility
Testimonials
Contact Us
Coaches & Staff
Kevin Gendron, Founder
Programs & Camps
For Athletes
Seasonal Breakdown
For Health Club Members
A Message About Performance
Resources
Educational & Training
Equipment
BAD Gear
BAD Newsletters

                   Therapeutic Exercise

Aside from extraordinary speed and sports conditioning programs offered to our clients, Better Athletic Development also provides a comprehensive solution to a wide variety of orthopedic and soft tissue conditions maximizing functionality and promoting well being.

 Working closely with your personal physician or therapist, Better Athletic Development’s Director of Conditioning, Coach Kevin Gendron, assesses each client’s needs, devises individualized exercise plans to help achieve each client's specific goals, begins a course of action and sees it through to completion returning clients to a healthier, pre-injury state, preventing future occurrences. Most of our post-rehabilitative exercise prescriptions require two to three sessions  for four to six weeks at which time the client is re-assessed for progress.

 As a Certified Cold Laser Therapy Facility, Better Athletic Development provides a safe and effective solution to the relief of lower back pain, neck pain, shoulder and knee pain, tendonitis, sprains, TMJ, Carpal Tunnel, swelling, bruising and overall functional deficits.   The combination of cold laser sessions with Dr. Ralph Santora, DC, PT,  and "therapeutic" exercise along with a positive experience with the Better Athletic Development staff ensures each client’s individual goals are satisfied.

 


Do you know the secret to dramatically improving your athletic performance? Call 203-924-2230 to start building strength, speed, and endurance today ... the BAD way!


Better Athletic Development   |   33 Hull St, Ste 3   |   Shelton, CT 06484
Tel: 203-924-2230, Fax: 203-922-9375

Mission: To educate and assist athletes in reaching the
highest level of play possible, maximizing their athletic potential.