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The PrehabX Membership takes your educational experience to the next level. Gain exclusive access to all 900+ exercise videos with detailed descriptions as well as never been released videos made specifically for our exercise library. These videos are broken down into easily searchable and filtered categories as well as provide you the opportunity to create a custom video playlist for yourself or your clients. Get all your questions answered live on Weekly webinars, follow along as we dive even deeper into our daily social media episodes, join our private Facebook Community to connect with other like-minded individuals and directly submit video and content requests, and receive exclusive access and discounts to future TPG products, programs, and events. Join us in redefining your educational experience as a PrehabX member.


Optimizing performance, promoting longevity, and keeping your movement system in tune one post at a time. Instilling new meaning into physical therapy.

Preventative rehabilitation, or PREHAB for short, is the key to healthy living and an optimal movement system. Why wait until you're injured? There are steps you can take now to decrease your risk for injury.

Our goal is to provide daily content to help you train smarter, harder, and more efficient. Not only do we demonstrate what to do; more importantly we explain why. PREHAB doesn't occur in the clinic - it's a lifestyle that requires you to put in work at home, in the gym, and on the field to optimize your movement system and performance.

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" - Benjamin Franklin


Michael Lau, PT, DPT, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Michael was born and raised in Northern California but now currently resides in Sunny SoCal ever since attending the University of California, Los Angeles as an undergraduate majoring in physiology. After his undergraduate studies, he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from cross-town rival the University of Southern California. Michael recently worked in Beijing, China as part of a team from USC training the first generation of physiotherapists in China, working at the Olympic Bird’s Nest and Water Cube. Michael is a huge proponent of movement education, pain science, and strength and conditioning. He believes that through education alone, a large majority of societiesโ€™ aches and pains can be alleviated. He currently sees patients at renown Performance Therapy at Providence St. Johns in Santa Monica with a special interest in lower extremity rehab, especially ACLr return to sport.

craig lindell, PT, DPT, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Craig was born and raised in Blackwood, New Jersey and grew up with a passion for sports. Craig played soccer at a competitive level through high school. Craig found interest in physical therapy as a career after experiencing it first-hand due to a quadriceps injury. Because of this exposure, Craig went on to college at Pennsylvania State University to pursue his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Movement Science. Craig has experience with athletes at the D1 level as he worked with Penn State Women’s soccer team. After undergrad, Craig packed his bags and drove to California to pursue his Doctor of Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California. With his spare time, Craig enjoys golfing, hiking, traveling, and spending time with his dog. Craig currently sees patients at Aspire Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in La Caรฑada Flintridge and Glendale. Craig has a special interest in adolescent athletic development and overhead athletes including golf and baseball.

Arash Maghsoodi, PT, DPT, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Arash is originally from Laguna Hills, California. Arash received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. For his undergraduate studies, he attended San Diego State University where he studied Kinesiology. After sustaining a career-ending ankle sprain while playing collegiate soccer, he realized how disabling and life-altering injuries can be, which led him down the Rehab/Prehab route in life. Arash currently resides in Santa Monica. He has had clinical clerkships primarily in the orthopedic and sports setting. Arash is keeping the family legacy of becoming a physical therapist, as his mother is a practicing clinician of 30 years in Orange County. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Arash has assisted coaching local high schools in the Orange County area assisting high school athletes to maximize their full physical potential while decrease risk for injury.


Dr. Nima MehranDr. Nima MehranOrthopedic Surgeon, USA
The prehab guys are taking physical therapy to a whole new level. Their digital platform reaches patients all over the world. They provide well researched, well organized material. They genuinely care about your progress and spend endless hours working to improve their craft. Most importantly, they are humble and understand medicine is evolving and work diligently to keep up.
Dr. Chad WaterburyDr. Chad WaterburyPhysical Therapist, USA
The Prehab Guys have created a novel approach for educating the public about the benefits of physical therapy. Having known these terrific guys for years, they definitely possess the spirit, integrity and determination to take the physical therapy industry to the next level. Whether youโ€™re a trainer, health-care professional or weekend warrior, your body and skill set will greatly benefit from their information.
Dr. Drew MarcosDr. Drew MarcosPhysical Therapist, USA
These โ€œGuysโ€ have helped to positively impact the public perception of physical therapy. They have created a movement in physical therapy that allows the general public to take hold of their own bodies and be proactive about training and rehabilitation. They have great insight to the knowledge needed to recover and prevent injuries. I am excited about the future with these โ€œGuysโ€ around our profession to help spread education and technique to the public.
Ben GladdenBen GladdenSports Physiotherapist and Trainer, United Kingdom
I think you guys are brilliant!!! Great explanations/ demonstration/ inspirations! Would love to come work with you guys but sadly in the uk. Keep up the great work guys, youโ€™ve inspired me in my sports therapy once again thank youโ€ฏ
Tommy ChengTommy ChengAthletic Trainer, USA
I was put onto these guys a few months back. As the head ATC at a physical therapy clinic in NYC, I can confidently say that their posts are relevant, both, to the real world and athletic population. The posts are interesting, quick, and knowledgeable. Keep up the good work.
Meghan JacksonMeghan JacksonPilates Instructor, USA
So happy to have found this page. As a Pilates instructor for the past 18 years, I love the common sense and easy to follow techniques and explanations you guys provide to common issues. It helps me take a different perspective on things that I can easily translate to my clients. Excellent work!
Darcy WebbDarcy WebbHigh Performance Coach, Austrialia
Phenomenal content... such progressive philosophies toward human movement.
Ashley HallAshley HallPhysical Therapy Orthopedic Resident, USA
These guys are amazing! They represent physical therapy so well and it is motivating to realize that they are just as far along in their education as I currently am. I have been following them on facebook and instagram for some time now to steal exercise ideas for use in the clinic. Not a week goes by where they don't deliver! Keep up the amazing work for our profession!
Joey SalgadoJoey SalgadoPhysical Therapist, USA
These guys have been an amazing inspiration to those around social media and can only imagine how much more in person. The material that they share has been extremely valuable within my own clinical practice (even as a 6th year PT). They have leveraged the power of social media to the fullest!!! They also have provided great advice regarding business and social media growth and being that I have my own practice, it's been extremely helpful. Thank you fellas for inspiring. Looking forward to hopefully connecting when we go to L.A!
Eric ClarkEric ClarkPhysical Therapist, USA
This site is great. I'm a PT in the private practice arena and the content these guys publish is very clinically relevant. I've used and shared videos with my patients with great success. Way to maximize social media! Keep up the great work guys!
Lana KhaderLana KhaderPhysiotherapist, Jordan
Amazing guys the best physiotherapy page you will ever seeโ€ฏ No words can describe how amazing you are.
Gabrielle PulliamGabrielle PulliamPhysical Therapist, USA
I love your articles and reviews of different topics. As a PT by myself in the clinic, it's easy to get tunnel vision. I really enjoy all the new and different exercises presented here. I also feel that having a wide variety of exercises to teach was an area lacking in school. I feel I get a lot of good ideas AND the science behind them. Thank you!
Nabz ShahNabz ShahPhysiotherapist and Personal Trainer, United Kingdom
Great for budding physios and trainers. Lots of good exercises and explanations which are extremely helpful.
Kushal SinghKushal SinghKinesiology Student, USA
These guys are awesome! They post fantastic content, and are willing to help so much to the point they even gave me a personal call and we had a conversation on any question I had.โ€ฏ Great group of guys who will be outstanding providers.
Jehan SagaJehan SagaProduct Analyst, USA
These guys really know what they're talking about. If you want to weight train with correct form and want to prevent long term injury, follow the advice these guys offer.
Sean MadiganSean MadiganGraduate Sports Therapist, UK
As a sports therapy student, videos really help understand new ways of prehab and rehab treatment ideas. Great to see and plus new alternatives on some outdated programmes/exercises.
Daniel ShihDaniel Shih Office Administrator, Austrialia
Thank you, Prehab guys, for providing excellent, research-based, thoughtful posts that are deep enough to challenge physios, while easy enough for someone without the training (like me) can understand and appreciate.
Katy AndersonKaty Anderson
At one point or another I have directed almost all of my patients/clients to one of their Instagram posts. Great quality. Great variety. So excited about this new website. Keep up the excellent work! Thanks for sharing!

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