Where your recovery is always our focus
Why Choose Us?
From our start in 2008 as the Positional Release Therapy Institute (PRT-i), we have grown from delivering PRT instruction and certification to clinicians to delivering the advanced therapies we teach and research to the general public at our clinic. Due to our growth, Elevated Performance and Rehabilitation evolved from PRTi to become a premier provider of one-on-one individualized sports performance enhancement and rehabilitation in the South Odgen, UT region.
Positional Release Therapy (PRT) is one of the core osteopathic therapies all patients receive at Elevated Performance and Rehabilitation. PRT unlocks tissues and joints decreasing pain and facilitates them to heal and strengthen, often up to 70-100% on the first treatment. Essentially, PRT is the opposite of stretching. Much like unkinking a knot from a chain necklace, PRT works in the same fashion; tissues are pushed together, twisted, compressed and manipulated to take tension off “neurological knots.” The therapy is relatively pain-free and is suited for all ages and most painful conditions.
The primary goal of PRT is to facilitate a healing environment where the body can self-correct or heal itself through correcting musculoskeletal and neurological imbalances. By doing so, pain is reduced, strength and flexibility improved and tissue regeneration and repair occur. However, one therapy or one tool does not always address all conditions or projects, therefore, multiple therapies are often integrated into a patients treatment plan to optimize the patients healing and performance not only by one clinician but often by our entire team of therapists, personal trainers and physicians. Dr. Speicher has advanced his PRT therapy and performance techniques through his clinical practice and research, which is conducted both at Elevated and around the Globe. Current advances in both PRT and therapies that compliment this ground breaking therapy approach are integrated into a full body therapy personalized comprehensive treatment plan to address your condition or performance goals.
PRT is often only one part of the treatment process that must be implemented. Once a tissue is released and pain is eliminated, it must often be restored or rehabilitated and then the new tissue length sustained. When tissues are painful, contracted or inflamed, they weaken and loose size, atrophy. The tissue spasm not only causes pain, but inside the twisted tissue are blood vessels and nerves that also become compressed, decreasing blood flow and neural activation, which decreases tissue health.
With the complexity of this process in mind, a personal one-on-one comprehensive therapy plan is designed to meet your individual therapy and performance based goals.
Who Are We
At Elevated Performance & Rehabilitiation, we use a multi-faceted treatment approach to treat a variety of injury and pain conditions. We analyze a patient’s symptoms from an orthopedic, biomechanical, and physical lens to prescribe the best treatment regimen to help patient’s reach their individual goals.
Our mission is to provide patients evidence-based therapy which improves their life, work, and sport performance. At Elevated Performance & Rehabilitation, our goal is to improve every patient’s outcome.
What We Do
Meet Our Team
Our team is well-rounded with both practicing clinicians and seasoned performance & wellness professionals.
Dr. Timothy Speicher
PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS, PRT-c®, EMT
President and Positional Release Therapist
Dr. Kyle Kurzet
MD, MS, FAWM, FAAFP
Dr. Brooke Timothy
DPT, PT, PRT-c®
Physical Therapist, Pelvic Floor Therapist, Positional Release Therapist
Massage Therapist Positional Release Therapist
Massage Therapist & Social Media Coordinator
Certified Personal Trainer, Health & Nutrition Coach
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