Whether you are a recreational athlete, fitness enthusiast or member of a team, no one wants to be sidelined by a sports injury. Physical therapy can help relieve pain, boost strength and increase your range of motion. As your condition improves, you will most likely want to jump right back to your sport in full force. However, that could put you at risk of getting re-injured. So how do you bridge the gap between feeling better and being fit for your sports or fitness routine?

Integrity Physical Fitness and Wellness in Northfield and Golf Specific Fitness in Somers Point, have teamed up to bring you a post-physical therapy program called The Bridge Program.  Fitness and sports trainers and your physical therapists work together to develop a program specific to your needs. This therapy is designed to develop strength, flexibility, balance, and muscle coordination, and prevent injury in the future. 

Ryan Buccafurni, Physical Therapist at Integrity Physical Therapy and Aaron Bada of Golf Specific Fitness explain this unique South Jersey program on Living Well with Robin Stoloff.