Her physical therapist took the time to explain how her home exercises would help during therapy and after. “I have continued using the exercises even though I have finished with my therapy.” She was happy with her therapy and everyone involved. Really excited that the exercises continue to help her with her arthritis.
Thanks so much for everything you have done for me. You have a very professional staff in a laid back atmosphere. You all worked me hard and still cared for my well being. To Ed & Melody, thank you for making me feel as if I was your only patient. You guys are great! Thanks…
I just wanted to thank you again for getting to the root of my knee pain so quickly and finding the remedy that took my ugly limp away. With the limp I looked like an old sixty-one, now I will be able to chase down anyone within ten years of my age. I took a…
I am extremely satisfied with the care and treatment that Justin, his assistant Jeff, and all the other great people at Mountain River Physical Therapy (gave me). They are knowledgeable, kind, and encouraging. When you allow them to treat you back to full health, you will not be disappointed.
… I recently used your facility for recovery from surgery on my spine. I think because of the great people there and their ability to really help and care for the patient’s needs, I was able to recover faster than normal.
Innovative Athletic Performance Institute, FL
Meet the Staff
Ron is a Florida native and a graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Health & Human Performance, where he earned his degree in Exercise and Sports Science. He has 14 years of experience working at the Division 1 collegiate level with two programs that have consistently ranked among the top 5 most successful overall athletics programs in the nation. Ron served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach with the University of Florida for 7 years. While at the University of Florida, he worked directly with football (5 SEC championships & 1 national championship), women’s soccer (4 SEC championships & 1 national championship), and men’s tennis (1 SEC championship). In 2002 Ron was named the Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University, where he oversaw the strength and conditioning programs for thirty-five Division I Collegiate teams. While at Stanford, Ron worked with more national & conference champions, Olympians, Olympic medalists, world record holders, and world champions at the collegiate level than anyone in the nation.
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