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Ladawn McClamb

MS, ATC, CSCS / Corrective Exercise Specialist

Ladawn McClambLaDawn, ATC,CSCS,CES, FMS, originally from Buffalo, New York recently moved to Charlotte, North Carolina from New Jersey where she earned a Master’s Degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine from Seton Hall University, an Athletic Training Certification from the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She spent 4 years as an ATC in the high school setting, before pursuing her ongoing interest in rehabilitation and earning her Corrective Exercise Specialist and Functional Movement Screen certifications.

LaDawn has been actively working in the health and wellness community since 1999 when she first discovered her passion for helping people reach their health and fitness goals and decided to make it a career. She has been able to combine her extensive education and experience in the health field to work with clients of all ages and fitness levels; specializing in sports specific exercise, corrective exercise and post-injury rehabilitation. In addition to training, LaDawn enjoys spending her time racing and doing triathlons.

Testimonial

"I started working with Mike Danenberg about a year ago, after developing significant knee pain that set me back in my training and causing me to miss my "A" race. I had seen a number of medical professionals and treatments, which left me with big expenses but no progress. Within a short time under his guidance, I have bounced back better than ever, achieving several racing goals."

"During the Pinhoti 100 a couple weeks ago, I was really struggling. I thought about what Mike taught me in regards to racing running form and applied his techniques. Around mile 55, I started to have IT band pain around my knee. I immediately recognized that bad form was causing the problem and adjusted by leaning forward (and going fast!) I ran relatively pain-free from that point on and finished with the most incredible PR yet. I believed I could crack a 24 hour finish, hoped to come in around 22, and was shocked to see my overall time of 21:31:56."

"Mike and the staff at Performance Therapy accurately assesses form and technique as indicators of potential injury. It's not always easy work, sometimes challenging to correct bad habits, but it has helped me be a better-informed and mindful athlete. I owe much of that to Mike's keen eye, excellent advice and continual feedback."

Scott Harber
Ultramarathon Runner

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