The rest of the world is evolving, but what about health care?
In fact, we were so tired of waiting for things to improve that we took it upon ourselves to give the current healthcare system a serious upgrade.
Be the change you want to see they say, which is exactly what we are doing with [P]Rehab—taking matters in our own hands.
Actually, we are putting them where they really belong: YOUR hands.
Each member of our team holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree and a Certification in Strength and Conditioning. We also have a vast professional background with extensive experience and specialized training in the fields of movement science, pain science, biomechanics, injury and surgery rehabilitation, prehabilitation, and athletic performance.
But hey —we are just three ordinary guys on an extraordinarily determined mission to make the world a little better, by sharing our knowledge with people like yourself!
In all seriousness, we all have a major passion for physical therapy and helping people improve their quality of life regardless of financial barriers, time restrictions, or healthcare access.
Let’s face it… the medical system needs a change
We exist in a time of rapid and exciting technological advances, which means the way we operate and function in the world is constantly shifting towards faster, better, and more convenient solutions.
At this point in history, almost everything is available at our fingertips. Whether it is paying bills, tracking our diet, taking a workout class, or calling an Uber from anywhere in the world, there are a thousand apps and a million immediate solutions to satisfy all our desires and urgent needs at the mere click of a button.
This abundant access to online resources has not only made us more independent, but it is also saving us the most valuable thing we have: TIME.
Yet, when you need to get your painful shoulder or aching back looked at, you are stuck with an archaic system that moves at a snail’s pace leaving you with exorbitant bills or forcing you to resort to temporary over-the-counter remedies or even dangerous and addictive opioids. In our book, this is unacceptable.
You should never have to compromise your health because a system intended to help you is, in fact, slowing down your efforts to heal.
Any good doctor of any kind will agree that the most important thing when it comes to physical health is getting the right help at the right time, or even better—preventing the need for it to begin with!
We are moving things forward and we are taking you with us
We believe in taking on a proactive versus reactive approach to health.
A common human behavior is to address problems after the fact and often far too late, which is a reactionary approach. We believe that the key to improved health care is education and awareness. This proactive approach – [P]Rehab – can reduce the risk of injuries and pain in the first place.
Health and education are two basic things everyone should have access to.
Based on this core belief, we have spent the past four years designing a comprehensive system to educate the public on our active, multi-faceted approach to physical therapy. We collected the results of our endeavor and created our solution – the [P]Rehab Educational Platform, where anyone anywhere in the world can learn our professional techniques for optimizing movement, treating injuries, and preventing pain.
We are changing the meaning of physical therapy through the concept of [P]Rehab; in other words, preventative rehabilitation. Why? Because we consider prehab the golden key to maximizing your physical health.
Our goal is to help you train smarter, harder, and more efficient. Not only do we demonstrate what to do—more importantly, we explain why!
[P]REHAB DOES NOT OCCUR IN THE CLINIC – IT IS A LIFESTYLE.
It is a way of life that requires you to educate yourself and put in the work whether that is at home, in the gym, or on the field.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”
– Benjamin Franklin
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Arash Maghsoodi received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. For his undergraduate studies, he attended San Diego State University and studied Kinesiology. After sustaining a career-ending ankle sprain while playing collegiate soccer, he realized how disabling and life-altering injuries can be. Arash currently resides in beautiful Santa Monica, California. His clinical experience is primarily in the orthopedic and sports setting. He has treated a wide variety of conditions ranging from the post-operative individual to the professional athlete. Arash is keeping the family legacy of becoming a physical therapist, as his mother is a practicing clinician of 30 years in the Orange County area.
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 wife and dog. Craig has a special interest in adolescent athletic development, soccer [P]Rehab and performance, and ACL rehab.
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.
As a licensed physical therapist with a strong background in strength and conditioning, Michael likes to blend the realms of strength training and rehabilitation to provide prehab, or preventative rehabilitation, to his patients.
A common human behavior is to address problems after they become an issue and far often too late, which is a reactionary approach. He believes the key to improved health care is education and awareness. This proactive approach-prehab-can reduce the risk of injuries and pain in the first place.
He is a huge proponent of movement education and pain science. Clinically, he has a special interest in ACLR rehab and return to sport for the lower extremity athlete.