Performance Services

Get Moving Toward Optimal Health: Performance Programs from Providence Sports Medicine

Our performance staff will focus on your individual needs to design an exercise program to meet your goals and optimize your performance. Whether you looking to stay active and healthy or are trying to get back to your sport and activities after recovering from injury, performance programming can help you meet your goals.

Sports Medicine Performance Programs

Providence Sports Medicine is committed to supporting athletes as sports gradually return from the COVID layoff. Many athletes have not been able to train and condition their bodies for appropriate levels of activity on a consistent basis. Because of this, our Providence Sports Medicine team of specialists want to provide coaches with helpful guidelines when planning activities for athletes returning to sports. Whether athletes have not started their return to sport activities, or if they are several weeks along, our program can help support their transition back to sports while helping reduce the risk of injuries.

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The Providence Sports Medicine Conditioning Program is a six-week exercise and movement plan that is designed to get you ready for sports practice and activities for late summer and fall. The COVID-19 crisis disrupted everyone’s lives. Taking a structured approach to returning to exercise and activity is important to reduce your chances of injury when returning to sports and competition. In addition to providing this program, Providence Sports Medicine Athletic Trainers are available to offer athletes and families guidance and support throughout the summer.

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Weekly workouts

The Providence Sports Medicine Performance Training Series is an exercised-based program designed to help active individuals prepare to participate in Hood To Coast, other competitions or races, or simply improve your fitness level. The 2020 training series has been cancelled. Please check back here for updates on future programming.

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Until then, find running and walking tips in the articles below.

Sport video analysis may also be available to assess your body mechanics in your sport. To learn more, call 503-29-SPORT.

For coaches and other people who organize sports teams or events, we offer a variety of programs to help keep your athletes safe.

Here are ways to help you take action to prevent injury and improve performance:

Fitness classes

Staying active can help your body be strong and flexible. Fitness classes can be a good place to start an exercise program. They also can add variety to an established exercise routine. If you enjoy group exercise classes like yoga, Zumba, tai chi or more, Providence offers some fun options.

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