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Peak Performance Physical Therapy
Improve Mobility and Motion
• Physical therapists are experts in developing pain free mobility to facilitate quality of life, your ability to earn a living, and participation in leisurely activities.
• Movement is essential to promote physical independence and reduce fall risk.
• Studies show that physical activity can help prevent diabetes, which accounts for 18% of U.S. adult deaths and reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, fractures, and arthritis.
• While surgery and medications are often warranted for certain diagnoses, there is increasing evidence that conservative treatment through physical therapy can be as effective and less costly for many conditions.
At Peak Performance Physical Therapy, we pride ourselves on our personalized care. Each patient receives up to one hour of treatment at each visit. All treatments are performed by licensed physical therapists and certified physical therapy assistants. Exercises are supervised to ensure correct technique and to minimize risk of further injury. Each patient is instructed in a home exercise program that complements what is performed in the clinic: responsibility for your own recovery is crucial to maximize your functional potential.
If you are dealing with a recent injury, recovering from surgery or experiencing chronic pain, our team at Peak Performance can help you heal, regain strength, mobility and reduce pain. We provide a patient care experience that promotes healing and recovering in a compassionate environment.
Our goal is to help you feel better physically while making sure you’re comfortable and an active partner throughout your physical therapy treatment. Our experienced clinical team will work diligently to identify the cause of your injury or condition to help you recover and stay healthy.
• Low back pain is a common condition, and there is evidence that physical therapy is a cost effective treatment that avoids expensive medical costs.
• Physical therapy has proven to be effective for meniscal tears, knee osteoarthritis, rotator cuff tears, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and other conditions.Participate in Your Recovery
• Individualized treatment plans are designed to help patients meet their needs.
• Participating in your own recovery can be empowering.
• Patients often develop ongoing relationships with their physical therapists to maintain optimal movement.
A lifetime dream to help people and be dedicated to helping the community has been Mark Wilson’s goal since college. Mark’s goal was accomplished when he, Greg Huffman, and Joe Cvengros started Peak Performance Physical Therapy in Cortland, OH in 2015. The company expanded in August of 2019 after opening a second clinic in North Lima, OH. Their private practice includes outpatient physical therapy and home health physical therapy.
Their philosophy starts with quality and compassionate care to optimize the health and wellness of the community. They place a strong emphasis on individualized care that is goal oriented and patient centered. Their expertise and knowledge will help one get back to work, get back on the field, or simply back to daily activities and doing the things they love.
Mark Wilson, Athletic Trainer
Mark Wilson, PT, ATC is a physical therapist and athletic trainer with over 30 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy and athletic training. He is a graduate of Cleveland State University and has been a licensed athletic trainer since 1991. Mark has over 10 years of continuing education on shoulder and knee conditions, including post-surgical rotator cuff and labral tears, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, ACL injuries, patellofemoral syndrome, concussions, and additional orthopedic conditions. Also, Mark is currently the head athletic trainer for Lakeview Local Schools.
Greg Huffman, Physical Therapist
Greg Huffman, PT, is a physical therapist with over 20 years of experience in outpatient orthopedics, ergonomics and home health care. Greg has extensive training in the field of workplace ergonomics and injury prevention. He specializes in manual therapy techniques and ASTYM treatment for soft tissue dysfunction, with a particular interest in spine treatment. Greg’s philosophy starts with injury prevention at the workplace and athletic arenas, maximizing return to work and sport potential after injury, with transition to wellness programs. He is a graduate of Grace College and Cleveland State University.
Joe Cvengros, DPT, CSCS
Joe Cvengros, PT, DPT, CSCS, is a physical therapist with the clinical knowledge and skills to assist individuals in restoring functional mobility and enhancing quality of life through manual skills and therapeutic exercises. Joe graduated from The University of Toledo in 2015 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is certified in dry needling and cupping. In addition, Joe received his certified strength and conditioning specialist certification in 2014 through the National Strength and Conditioning Association to facilitate athletes, as well as the general population, in achieving their maximum athletic, health, and wellness potential.
Elyse Bryson, PT, DPT, ATC
Elyse Bryson, PT, DPT, ATC is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh’s Athletic Training Program in 2009 where she worked with a variety of the Pitt athletic teams.
She furthered her education obtaining her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 2012. Since graduation she has worked in outpatient orthopedic settings treating a variety of sports, work, and accident related injuries, as well as providing rehabilitation after surgery, and injury prevention. Elyse enjoys helping her patients achieve their physical therapy goals and getting back to their active lifestyles. She uses a variety of treatment styles to improve patient function including therapeutic exercises, modalities, manual techniques, Kinesiotaping, and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization/Cupping. Elyse also works with her patients to develop home exercise programs for further success after completion of physical therapy sessions.
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