At Performance Therapy, we pride ourselves on finding the right solution for your chronic pain. As the only Integrative Diagnosis providers in the Carolinas, we offer advanced assessment and treatment solutions. Most of our patients have seen multiple providers before finding the real cause and solution for their pain. Not everyone is right for our care, but patients leave our office knowing what is wrong and what needs to be done moving forward!
This visit typically lasts 30 minutes. We begin with a thorough case history and functional exam to determine the root cause of your pain. This assessment allows us to establish your prognosis and lay out a treatment plan. It is our aim to include you in your care through communication and education.
Over a series of visits, we apply the most effective, hands-on treatment using Manual Adhesion Release and Instrument Adhesion Release to help resolve your muscle and joint problems by increasing ranges of motion and improving strength. Our goal is to get you better as quickly as possible.
Assess treatment changes, manage load, and increase strength to reduce and eliminate symptoms to the maximum conservative care allows!
"Training for an Ironman triathlon is grueling enough, and the last thing you want to deal with are injuries during the crucial ramp up period prior to an Ironman race. For me it was my one shot at racing in the Ford Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. So I left nothing to chance when I suffered two over-use injuries during the several months of training leading up to that race. After much research and talking to other competitive triathletes who had worked with Mike at Performance Therapy, I chose to work with Mike to solve the problems I was having that was causing my injuries. Mike got right to work in identifying the injuries I had, what was causing the injuries, and put together a treatment program to address the problem areas so I would be ready for race day. The program worked and neither injury was a problem while racing in the World Championships in Hawaii in October."