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Get Back In The Game Quicker And Stronger Than Ever!

We know that returning to your sport after suffering a serious injury is not easy. Often times, rehab clinics only do enough to treat your injury and neglect to get your body back to pre-injury status. That’s why we go a step further with Post Rehab Conditioning. At Compete we offer:

  • Sports Rehab to improve your overall joint functions and athletic ability.
  • Core Training to help you prevent future injury
  • Performance Programs specific to getting you back in the game.

With Post Rehab Conditioning, you will be able to bridge the gap between Physical Therapy and your return to your sport. Under the supervision of Compete’s Certified Athletic Trainers, you will be able to get back to competition safer and quicker.

Contact us today and get back to competition!


"Chris Phillips helped me become what I am today. Without his knowledge and dedication I could never have achieved the accomplishments that I have gained in my hockey career."

Jonathan Blum, Former NHL 1st Round Draft Pick and 2018 US Olympian

"As a Team USA Figure Skater I spend as much time on recovery as I do training on the ice. Chris Phillips with Compete has been a great addition to my team. I rely on Chris and his staff as the primary resource for sports rehab and massage. He has been instrumental in my overall wellness and conditioning."

Mariah Bell, 2020 US Figure Skating National Championship Women's Silver Medalist

"I have known Chris at Compete for so many many years that I feel very confident in giving him praises. He has rehabed back to full-go so many of my surgical and non-surgical patients for years that I can't keep count. He is an expert in getting people back to sports at a level even better than they were before their injury. He is extremely knowledgeable, a patient advocate and is focused on getting patients back to their best possible physical condition. I highly suggest you consider letting Chris take care of you for any orthopedic issue."

-Dr. Scott Graham, SCOS