| Unlimited sessions per week with a focus on proper warm-up, |
foundational strength, acceleration/ deceleration, & linear/lateral speed.
| Comprehensive sports performance program designed by highly |
qualified experts also with a focus on recovery
|Nutrition Guide with Evidence-Based Sports Nutrition|
| Added Bonuses for Athlete or Mom/Dad While Enrolled:|
40% off Massage Therapy at AthletePlus
Free Aches & Pains Exam from AthletePlus P.T.
AthletePlus has been training athletes from youth to NBA, Olympic and NFL athletes since 2006 and is committed to providing cutting edge training focusing on core strength, explosiveness and linear/lateral speed in a safe manner. As part of our Playmaker University, we are offering our Speed Training.
Where: Across from Walgreens at 618 W. Center at AthletePlus in Greenwood.
Why AthletePlus? AthletePlus has been training athletes from youth to NBA, Olympic and NFL athletes since 2006.
Matt Francis – Matt is the Head of Sports Performance at AthletePlus and has been training athletes of all ages for over 29 years. He is certified in Olympic Weightlifting and Kettlebell Training through ANSI and has a NASM Speed, Agility, and Quickness certification. Committed to lifelong learning, Matt is becoming a Performance Enhancement Specialist with NASM and is very knowledgeable in sports nutrition. In addition to being CPR/AED certified, safety is a priority to Matt with his AAA certifications in Concussion Training, Heat Awareness, and Safe Sport.
Dr. Chris Cothern – Chris is the founder of AthletePlus and assisted in designing the programs. He is a physical therapist currently in a master’s program in High-Performance with classmates including head NFL and NBA strength coaches. Chris is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, and Corrective Exercise Specialist.
Navigating your way through health insurance benefits can be a challenge. It is very important to understand the terminology especially when deciding which benefits will work for you and finding a plan that will best meet your needs.
This brief glossary will provide insight for some of the more common terms when dealing with health insurance.
co-insurance: in indemnity, the monetary amount to be paid by the patient, usually expressed as a percentage of charges.
co-payment: in managed care, the monetary amount to be paid by the patient, usually expressed in terms of dollars. consumer driven health care (CDHC): refers to health plans in which employees have personal health accounts such as a health savings account, medical savings accounts or flexible spending arrangement from which they pay medical expenses directly.
deductible: the portion of medical costs to be paid by the patient before insurance benefits begin, usually expressed in dollars.
denial: refusal by insurer to reimburse services that have been rendered; can be for various reasons.
eligibility: the process of determining whether a patient qualifies for benefits, based on factors such as enrollment date, pre-existing conditions, valid referrals, etc.
exclusions: services that are not covered by a plan.
flexible spending arrangements (FSAs): an account that allows employees to use pre-tax dollars to pay for qualified medical expenses during the year. FSAs are usually funded through voluntary salary reduction agreements with an employer.
gatekeeper: in managed care, it refers to the provider designated as one who directs an individual patient’s care. In practical terms, it is the one who refers patients to specialists and/or sub-specialists for care.
health maintenance organization (HMO): a form of managed care in which you receive your care from participating providers.
health savings account (HSA): a savings product that serves as an alternative to traditional health insurance. HSAs enable you to pay for current health expenses and save for future qualified medical and retiree health expenses on a tax-free basis.
managed care: a method of providing health care, in which the insurer and/or employer (policyholder) maintain some level of control over costs and utilization by various means. Typically refers to HMOs and PPOs.
member: a term used to describe a person who is enrolled in an insurance plan; the term is used most frequently in managed care.
open enrollment: a set time of year when you can enroll in health insurance or change from one plan to another without benefit of a qualifying evening.
out-of-pocket: money the patient’s pays toward the cost of health care services.
payer: the party who actually makes payment for services under the insurance coverage policy. In the majority of cases, the payer is the same as the insurer. But, as in the case of very large self-insured employers, the payer is a separate entity under contract to handle the administration of the insurance policy.
policyholder: purchaser of an insurance policy; in group health insurance, this is usually the employer who purchases policy coverage for its employees.
preferred provider organization (PPO): a form of managed care in which the member has more flexibility in choosing physicians and other providers. The member can see both participating and non-participating providers. There is a greater out-of-pocket expense if member sees non-participating providers.
premium: the cost of an insurance plan shared by employer and employee.
provider: one who delivers health care services within the scope of a professional license.
reimbursement: refers to the payment by the patient (first-party) or insurer (third-party), to the health care provider, for services rendered.
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I felt that the people and atmosphere were very supportive and helpful. I appreciated the patience and humor of the therapists. I would recommend Athlete Plus looking to get healthy.
Very professional and kind people who answered each question I had throughout the Low Back Program
Very good experience with AthletePlus Everyone was great and would rate 10/10
I started my physical therapy in a significant amount of pain. After a couple weeks I stopped taking pain medicine because I was experiencing so much relief from pain. The staff was so helpful and knowledgeable. Every visit was a positive experience.
It was really good, they help me recover faster then I thought. Definite 10/10. * Update: This patient recently set a school record in 400 m in track in 2016
The past couple of months I had been feeling a lot of pain in my rib area. When I started coming here, my pain almost went away with only two sessions. My experience here has been wonderful! The people working here are so nice and I cannot thank y’all enough.
My experience at AthletePlus was very helpful in relieving my pain by increasing my strength and range of motion. Prior to receiving treatment, because of the pain, I was unable to sleep through the night. Now, I am able to resume normal sleep habits along with all other daily activities.
i connected with the staff. i had fun and I am glad i dont have to get surgery.
I feel that I have gotten stronger and I have learned what me weak areas are. I also think that I have learned some things that I need to avoid.
I was a good experience at learning new abilities. It made me a lot stronger and I fell like it made a better athlete. In basketball a lot. I thought I was a lot of help for me.