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Sports rehabilitation and training suite offers array of options

Florham Park, New Jersey, March 1, 2016—Total Health Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Center, a multi-disciplinary medical center, has expanded their facilities to now offer complete sports rehabilitation, training, and sports performance. This state-of-the-art sports suite was custom designed to accommodate athletes of all ages, ranging from middle school children up to professional athletes. The center was built for optimal training and rehabilitation for area residents.

The sports performance suite offers athletic training and condition-based classes for both individuals and group sessions in a sports-centered atmosphere.

“We are so excited about the launch of our brand new sports performance suite,” says Total Health’s Director of Sports Rehabilitation, Andrew Ruiz, DPT. “Athletes can now come here to take their skill sets to a whole new level.”

As part of this service expansion, Total Health has also added additional medical team members, including a Registered Dietician Nutritionist, in order to better serve the needs of local residents. Having an in-house dietician allows athletes to address all aspects of their performance in a single location.

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About Total Health

At Total Health Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Center, the medical professionals are dedicated to providing effective treatments designed to maximize health and well-being. Their multi-disciplinary team is made up of medical doctors, chiropractic physicians, physical therapists, acupuncturists, dieticians, and more. The focus is on using non-surgical, drug-free approaches to treat pain, rehabilitate injuries, and achieve Total performance. Through the use of medical expertise and traditional healing techniques like pain management, chiropractic care, physical therapy, sports therapy, and acupuncture, coupled with the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology, Total Health’s specialists are able to find solutions to complex pain and physical issues.