Thanks to our client Brett for this helpful testimonial
Please check it out https://youtu.be/1He9p7MYgQk
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 starsposted 4 months ago
Jon was able to take a the dreary process of rehabbing from shoulder surgery into a fun and exciting experience. Between the new and creative techniques we practiced, or the fun equipment you can’t find anywhere else, I always enjoyed coming in for therapy knowing I was going to make progress that day while enjoying it. I appreciated the way Jon tailored my therapy plan to my unique abilities and didn’t slide me into the cookie cutter approach you might find elsewhere. Optimum Performance has the ideal equipment and advanced rehab techniques to help any type of athlete get back to tip top shape!
5 out of 5 starsposted 3 weeks ago
I first visited Jon in the spring of 2017 after a long and frustrating season in which I was experiencing intense chest pain and breathing problems. As a college swimmer, this was a serious problem and affecting my performance in the pool quite a bit. After many doctors appointments, tests, and no answers I decided to give Jon a try at the urging of one of my coaches. We visited Jon as a "last hope" of sorts about a month before I was set to compete at the 2017 Big 12 Championships. Jon not only helped get my chest pain under control but finally had answers for my symptoms and helped restore my self-confidence heading into the big meet.
Following, I continued to visit Jon after a significant hip injury threatened my upcoming senior season. Jon's unique approach was instrumental in allowing me to hold off surgery for a year in order to compete. Using the Protonics brace Jon fitted me with I was able to train consistently and manage my hip pain. I went on to have a successful season, including breaking two school records at the 2018 Big 12 Championships.
I am so grateful I agreed to give Jon and his unique approach to physical therapy a try. Driving from Ames was well worth it as without Jon's help I'm positive my past two seasons would have ended much differently.