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What is it?

“You should just stop lifting”

“Squatting below parallel is bad for your knees”

“I went to my doctor, but I don’t think they understand the training that I do, or how to help get me back”

Have you or someone you know had an experience with a health care professional that did not understand your athletic goals?

This is EXACTLY why we have created the ClinicalAthlete.com network.

This network is comprised of licensed practitioners of many disciplines who possess a deeper understanding of Health & Fitness and Strength & Conditioning, AND who have practiced what they preach.

The goal is to provide our patients with an international platform, in which they can find the practitioner and discipline of choice; and be confident that professional will understand their training & performance goals.  These clinicians “speak the language”.

For The Athletic Public

ClinicalAthlete.com is a FREE and easy-to-use resource. The map of licensed providers is on every page of the site and can be filtered by zip code, city, state, country, profession, and key terms related to sport specialties & professional certifications. When you have located a clinician near you, click on their individualized bio page to learn more. In a few clicks, you should have all the information you need to make an educated decision.

Why ClinicalAthlete?

We actually screen our clinicians. We speak with every single professional that is on our map. It truly means something to be a part of this network, and public safety is our number one priority.

For Licensed Health Care Practitioners 

Professional growth & development is the focus. We provide an interactive forum that ONLY clinicians and health care students have access to. Here we discuss and share ideas regarding difficult cases, treatment philosophy, best practices, current literature, and much more.  Live webinars and virtual roundtable discussions will be scheduled based on specific topics, and archived as an ever-available resource.

If you are a licensed health care provider and interested in learning more details about this unique community, send an email to: [email protected]

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