Carmel Road Sports Medicine Center South Charlotte NC Expansion Announced

Carmel Road sports medicine center Performance Unlimited has expanded its sports medicine services to South Charlotte, South Park, and the surrounding neighborhoods. The center offers sports training, physical reconditioning, physical therapy, and sports medicine treatments for athletes of all ages.

Charlotte, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Carmel Road sports medicine center Performance Unlimited announced the expansion of its services to South Charlotte. The center specializes in sports performance training, manual therapy, sports medicine, and other related services.

More information about Performance Unlimited is available at https://theperformanceu.com

The sports medicine facility in Charlotte, NC offers custom manual therapy regimens to diagnose, assess, and treat movement dysfunctions and biomechanics issues. Performance Unlimited’s sports medicine practice combines chiropractic treatments, functional training, and physical therapy to help athletes and non-athletes achieve risk-free peak performance.

The team of sports therapy professionals and physical therapists in South Charlotte designs individualized fitness plans to improve mobility and mitigate the risk of injury. The center’s blended therapy programs use myofascial release, kinetic chain patterning, trigger point therapy, active isolated stretching technique, and other methods.

Performance Unlimited has a team of qualified and certified sports training, physical training, and sports medicine professionals. The South Park sports medicine center offers technical training, functional movement assessments, injury prevention training, evidence-based orthobiologic treatment, diagnostic services, and injury prevention for athletes of all ages. The center focuses on helping athletes stay injury-free, recover quickly, and sustain performance in any sport.

According to a Performance Unlimited client, “They [Performance Unlimited] really do care about your overall well being and what your true goals really are. Since beginning my workout I have dropped 30 pounds in 3 months and I have also gained back mobility in my left shoulder after a separation years ago. They saw that I had those issues and helped gear a better workout to improve my lifestyle.”

Performance Unlimited is headed by President & Performance Director John Lytton. The center’s expansion to South Charlotte follows increased demand for sports medicine and performance services in Charlotte, NC. More information is available over the phone at 704-750-0805 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: John Lytton
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Organization: Performance Unlimited
Address: 6300 Carmel Road Suite 140, Charlotte, North Carolina 28226, United States
Phone: +1-704-750-0805
Website: http://www.theperformanceu.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523704

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