Chandler Arizona Sports
The Center for Sports Performance and Physical Therapy offers the school district and the entire valley a comprehensive range of sports and physiotherapy services for athletes, coaches and employees.
The Center for Sports Performance and Physiotherapy offers a comprehensive range of sports and physiotherapy for athletes, coaches and school district employees.
Tumbling from 15 months to 18 years of age and physiotherapy for children from 4 years.
Sports, martial arts, football and volleyball fields for leisure activities as well as indoor and outdoor football and athletics fields for young people and adults.
Boys and girls aged 3 to 8 years, boys and boys aged 3 to 17 years and children aged 5 to 12 years. Basketball and women's courts for boys and girls aged 2-3 years and grades 8-11.
Basketball and women's courts for boys and girls aged 3 to 16 years and boys aged 6 to 18 years and children aged 5 to 12 years. Basketball and men's court for girls aged 3-8 years, boys aged 5-18 years, children aged 4-11 years and adults aged 12 years and over.
Basketball and women's courts for boys and girls aged 3-15 years and boys aged 6-14 years, boys aged 12 and over and children aged 4-11 years.
We also have a summer program with adult fitness classes that allow you to stay active even out of season. We give you the training sessions you need to become faster, stronger and more powerful as a competitor. You benefit from working with a trainer who puts together a training program tailored to your specific goals. The main areas we specialise in include strength and conditioning, strength training, cardio, strength training and weight management.
Whether it is a minor nuisance or crippling pain, the AZ sports medicine team can identify the problem and help with the solution. Sport and any form of exercise, even walking, can cause damage to the fibrous tissue that attaches muscles to the bone. Concussions can also occur from falls or blows to the body, causing the head and brain to move quickly back and forth. Active people can experience headaches, dizziness, nausea, exhaustion, muscle pain and muscle pain due to injury or overuse.
Start with a thorough physical examination and use the latest diagnostic tools if necessary to identify the problem. Diagnosis of many musculoskeletal problems can often help in diagnosis, but it all starts with a comprehensive physical and a good understanding of the body's natural response to exercise.
A common source of pain in the lower heel area occurs when the bursa, a strong tissue band supporting the arch of the foot, becomes irritated or inflamed. Bursitis burae, the build-up of lubricant on the surface of a bone, such as the bone itself, can be a source of pain. Hip buritis can also occur when a bony point on the hip (the large trochanter) covering the large BURSA becomes irritated.
Whether you are a professional athlete or weekend fighter, our AZ sports medicine team can treat any sports injury you have on the sidelines, whether it is a knee, hip, ankle, back, knee or ankle injury.
The Centre for Athletic Performance and Physical Therapy is dedicated to providing sports training that supports the progression and development of skills. Our professional staff work with athletes of all ages and skill levels to help them reach their full potential. If you are looking for an institution that offers you the sports training you need to take your talent to the next level, our Institute of Sports Physiotherapy is your first choice. We offer a wide range of sports - training programs for young people and adults designed to improve athletic performance and give them the competitive edge needed for successful development.
Through innovative research-based methods that focus on key areas of performance, center employees are found in all sports, from football, basketball, baseball, football, volleyball, lacrosse, athletics, tennis and golf.
The High School Bowl Series 68 brought an already elevated game in Arizona to national attention, with teams consistently ranked in the top 25 in the national rankings and selected for the Arizona Regionals Judges Award. The annual varsity football match has earned a reputation as a high-profile contest dubbed "The Battle of Arizona Avenue" by local media, in which highly rated players are often recruited by college football coaches from across the nation.