As the level of performance continues to rise, the number of injuries that occur every year in sports follows suit. Understanding the unique needs of professional athletes, position specific requirements, as well as what individual players need is a key aspect of keeping athletes healthy and recovering at an accelerated rate when injuries do occur. As the level of performance has increased, and continues to increase, it is necessary for athletic treatment to be able to keep up with the demands of professional sports.
The P.R.O.11® Program was designed with the focus to allow athletic treatment to meet the needs of professional athletes and organizations by designing the most advanced and thorough individualized programs, incorporating exclusive protocols and techniques that are necessary for optimizing performance, maintaining a competitive edge, and recovering at accelerated rates. By combining microcurrent treatment options, biofeedback monitoring, along with other recovery techniques, biomechanics evaluations, nutritional consultation, and a return to play program, a large range of common sports related injuries and conditions can be successfully addressed. Our return to play program monitors and assists our athletes once their training regimen is reinstated in order to ensure their health and stability as they begin to recoup their competitive edge.
Molly Wells has worked with players from 26 MLB teams and organizations, 13 NFL organizations, and currently travels throughout the United States, Canada, and the Dominican Republic for her clients.
Conditions include, but not limited to: muscle soreness, muscle strains and tears, and injuries.
Conditions include, but not limited to: tendon and ligament strains and tears, UCL injuries/Tommy John recovery, PCL/ACL/MCL injuries, achilles tendon injuries, annular tears.
Conditions include, but are not limited to: bone contusions, fractures, bone chips, join dysfunction, arthritic conditions, osteoarthritis, patellar injuries, shin splints, bone spurs, navicular and sesamoid injuries, hamate bone injuries.
Conditions include, but are not limited to: neuropathy, neuritis, paralysis, nerve injuries, spinal cord damage, nerve impingement.
Conditions include, but are not limited to: concussions, TBIs (Traumatic Brain Injuries), sleeping disorders, depression, hyperactivity.
We recommend the Neuroscope 230 for all patients with neurologic damage.
Conditions include, but are not limited to: UCL injuries and recovery from Tommy John surgery, labrum injuries, rotator cuff injuries, iliotibial band syndrome, meniscal tears, achilles tendon rupture, hamstring avulsion, plantar fasciitis, disc injuries, joint dislocation, and more!