ARI Sports Therapy and Performance Enhancement

ARI Sports Therapy is a cutting edge innovative process to getting Elite Athletes, Weekend Warriors and Everyday People out of Pain and back in the Game.  We incorporate a three-pronged approach to your body as it relates to your sport or chosen activity. ARI Sports Therapy is unique and innovative in that our approach incorporates a holistic view of soft tissue damage and its effects on the entire kinetic system of your body. We look at joints, ligaments, tendons, muscle bellies, balancing muscles, core strength, and much more to develop complete, and yet individualized, programs for each person.

Over the last three decades, the physical strain on the bodies of elite athletes has become much more profound.  Marketplace demands have increased the number of games per season, players are stronger and heavier, and the games are faster and more physical.  Training methods need to become more intensive and detailed as well.  It is no longer enough to simply train in the sport you play, athletes must train for prevention and functional movement as well!


1. How to deal with a fresh injury

2. How to speed up your recovery time

3. A new approach to stretching that will GREATLY increase Injury Prevention

4. The Importance of Range of Motion and Flexibility Training

5. Building a powerful Core without ever doing sit ups again…

Written By: Ari Gronich


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The Blind Spots of Athletic Training

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