Dallas Peak Performance and Rehab clinic Managing Director, Mark McClure, had this to say;
““What people need to realize is where you feel pain or are injured is not where it is coming from. Somewhere a muscle or muscles are not turning on fast enough to absorb force and this arises from a neurological disconnect. What’s that mean? It means that the signal being sent by the brain for that muscle to turn on fast enough to absorb force is not getting through, and this is due to sodium potassium leakage. And when this occurs that force is sent to areas of the body not meant to absorb force, causing damage, inflammation and undo stress to the ulnar collateral ligament. Until the muscles meant to absorb this force are treated, all the Tommy John surgeries in the world will not fix the problem because that force will STILL be sent to the ulnar collateral ligament. Albeit a fresh one, for now. With the ARP Wave system and our proprietary protocols, we are able to pinpoint exactly where this neurological disconnect is, turn the muscle back on so to speak, transfer the force away from ligament and in the process vastly accelerate healing, to the point our players are back in 2-3weeks as opposed to 6+ months,” stated McClure.
The clinic certainly has its endorsers. Grayson College first baseman Taylor Beccera gave his feedback;
“This past fall I had elbow pain and had a recommendation to have Tommy John Surgery by my surgeon due to a partial tear in my ulnar collateral ligament. I was lucky enough to find the people at Dallas Peak Performance and Rehab, who used the ARP Wave System on my elbow. After 5 sessions I was able to throw again, after 20 sessions I was 100%. Without Dallas Peak Performance and Rehab and the ARP Wave System, I wouldn’t be playing baseball this year. Needless to say I didn’t have the surgery”.
Randy Sullivan, owner of The ARMory Pitching Academy in Brandon, Florida had this to say;
“Mark McClure of Dallas Peak Performance came to my clinic to demonstrate on one of my students who had devastating ulnar collateral ligament pain. I saw the results firsthand on this pitcher where the therapy took him from 77 MPH on the radar gun to 89.5 MPH after the treatment. I could explain 4 MPH which could have been from loosening up and blood flow. A 7 MPH increase was very tough to explain. But an increase of 12 MPH? That’s over the top, but that’s exactly the results this pitcher got after going through the ARP Wave treatment. Incredible. And he is now pain free and no need for the Tommy john Surgery.”
Over the past 2 years Dallas Peak Performance has built a solid reputation with numerous NFL Agents in getting players back from injury 80% to 90% faster than traditional therapy, and this has transcended to the collegiate and high school ranks nationwide. And while the clinic will still focus on its expansion with the NFL, collegiate and high school football segment, it is becoming apparent that with its success in eliminating the need for Tommy John Surgery, more attention needs to be diverted to its growing baseball clientele.
“Oh, absolutely. Paula Wallem, Head Therapist and Co-Managing Partner of our clinics has become the “go to” rehab specialist so to speak for the athletes. The seasons…no make that the careers she has saved over the past 2 years using the ARP Wave System and her expertise has been amazing. There has been nothing more rewarding than saving the scholarships of some these players, saving the careers of others and most importantly saving more than 95% of them from season ending surgery. If a player is thinking about having Tommy John Surgery, they need to think again. In more than 95% of all cases we can eliminate the need and have them back stronger and throwing harder than before the injury. The first step is to reach out and call us or go to our site at http://peakperformanceandrehab.com/
Has Dallas Peak Performance and Rehab found the answer to the Tommy Surgery epidemic? Is this the game changer and career saving therapy that has been missing? Based on the research and testimonials of its patient base that seems to be the case. Only time will tell.
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