Your Physical Therapy session will consist of an evaluation of your movement system to diagnose impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions in your daily life. We will strive to integrate the best available evidence, clinical expertise, and your values to collaboratively make the best decisions for returning you back to your career and the life you want to live.
Pitching training is an all inclusive training package which includes a physical therapy evaluation, biomechanical evaluation, pitch design evaluation, arm care, command training, and workload management. Our pitching program includes options from 1 day to 5 days per week to best fit your schedule. We also provide online training for our clients who wish to perform fewer days in person and to work on skills outside of our facility. To book pitching training you must first schedule an initial evaluation with our physical therapists on staff before beginning pitching training. Please contact us at adaptptpd.com for pricing.
Hitting training is an all inclusive training package which includes, physical therapy evaluation, biomechanical evaluations, swing design, physical therapy exercises, and workload management. Our hitting program includes options from 1 day to 5 days per week to best fit your schedule. We also provide online remote training for athletes who wish to perform fewer days in person and work on skills outside of our facility. To book a hitting session you must first schedule an in person physical therapy assessment with our physical therapist on staff before beginning training. Please contact us at adaptptpd.com for pricing.
We utilize 2D and 3D software to evaluate and assess pitchers and hitters to compare data to MLB standards. We will develop normative values with goals to progress the individual to improve kinematic and kinetic data. Once our athletes have their biomechanical data we advise them on their training plans in person or remote to improve their function. Each individual must book online an initial physical therapy assessment to receive their one their biomechanics evaluation.
Our online training can consist of a team or individual programs. Each person will obtain access to our pitching, hitting, physical therapy, and exercise library with individualized training regimens. Each person will obtain a in-person or remote physical therapy assessment to determine their baselines and deficiencies. Please contact email@example.com for prices.
Team Physical Therapy Assessments
Our team physical therapy assessments include full body range of motion, strength testing with hand dynamometer, nerve testing, functional testing, and biomechanical evaluations for each individual player. We will provide all the equipment and travel to provide testing to your facility or it can also be done in our state of the art facility at Adapt Physical Therapy & Player Development. Please contact us at adaptptpd.com to schedule a team evaluation.
Prospects College Summer Baseball Team
We are currently a participating member of the Ban Johnson wood bat college summer baseball league located at Creekside in Parkville, Missouri. Our players are provided 5 days a week training which includes physical therapy, exercise, hitting development, pitching development, trackman technology, team defense, recovery, and approximately 40 game season. We have an interview process to establish our summer team. We are currently limiting our team to 30 players on our roster. If you would like to be a part of our college summer team please contact adaptptpd.com for more information on pricing.
Adapt Prospects Youth Summer/Fall Program: Our program for the team includes physical therapy, exercise, hitting development, pitching development, trackman technology, team defense, and recovery. We play tournaments in the summer and fall with our biggest priorities in development. Please contact adaptptpd.com for more information on pricing.
Dry needling is utilized by a licensed physical therapist who has received additional training in this technique. This procedure is (Dry Needling) is defined by the Kansas Physical Therapy Practice Act, K. S. A. 65-2901 amendments thereto. Dry needling uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments. As a patient you will be monitored during your dry needling appointment and your physical therapist will use appropriate infection control procedures to reduce the risk of infection. Dry needling as used in physical therapy is not acupuncture and should not be confused with a complete acupuncture treatment performed by a licensed acupuncturist. Patients who are interested in acupuncture should consult with a state licensed acupuncturist.
Blood Flow Restriction
Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is achieved through the application of external pressure over the extremities. The applied pressure is enough to maintain arterial inflow while occluding venous outflow distal to the occlusion site. The goal is to enable patients to make greater strength gains while lifting lighter loads, thereby reducing the overall stress placed on the limb. Our physical therapists have an existing firm foundation in anatomy, physiology, therapeutic exercise, and the cardiorespiratory system, as well as clinical reasoning, which are the components of the safe application of blood flow restriction training (BFRT). Physical therapist education provides PTs with the requisite knowledge (muscular and vascular anatomy, and physiology and exercise physiology), as well as skills (therapeutic exercise prescription, monitoring of physiological vital signs and blood flow) to perform and monitor this type of therapeutic exercise.