RANDOLPH, NJ- A first-of-its kind sports performance and recovery program is now available for adult and youth athletes from Morris and Sussex counties.
Dr. David Simon, Co-Owner of Randolph PRWC, will be offering these specialty services jointly with Roxbury’s Athletic Republic. The “360 Approach” pairs the test / teach / train approach to athlete development, with targeted recovery protocols to maximize training and competition results.
“Accelerating recovery makes the most of every minute an athlete spends training and competing,” said Simon. “It helps the body build new brain / body connections faster while reducing overuse and training injuries, pain, and inflammation.”
Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness Centers’ physical therapists and chiropractors, many of whom are experienced in sports conditioning and recovery, developed the recovery protocols used in “The 360 Approach”.
Sports-specific recovery protocols target the five types of athletic performance that benefit most from speed, agility, power, strength, and sport-specific conditioning:
Softball, baseball, basketball, and football
Track and field
Soccer, hockey and lacrosse
Cyclists, runners, swimmers, and triathletes
High-intensity (HIIT) athletes
Athletic Republic co-owner Salar Ghahary added, “Science-based recovery protocols applied throughout training help athletes consolidate skills mastery and tune their bodies for instant response during competition.”
The 360 Approach launches December 1, 2017 and is available to kids and adults in Roxbury, Randolph, Mendham, Mine Hill, Morristown and other communities throughout Morris and Sussex counties.
Contact (973) 479-0775 for appointments or further information, or visit https://nj360approach.com/
Dr. Simon and Dr. Dean Curtis founded Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center in 2010, where they have multiple specialties providing injury rehab and pain management resources all under one roof. For the past seven years, they have been active members of the Randolph community, hosting Community Wellness Fest and providing community wellness resources year-round. Free workshops on how to help aging parents, and free massages at local runs such as the Randolph Rocks 5K are just some of the community support they provide.