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Triple Play Program

Fusing physical therapy and sports performance under one roof by taking the athlete from the minute they get injured on the field to back to play.


At Fusion, our team of professionals utilize manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and modalities to formulate a non-traditional rehabilitation program specific to your recovery needs.We abide by high-quality care, space, and comfort offering personalization and a deeper integrative approach to rehabilitation.The Rehab Phase stresses restoration of physical movement and reinstatement of independence.


The second phase of the Triple Play Program focuses on teaching and instructing on proper exercise techniques, bio-mechanics, and muscular movements. Here we administer baseline testing to track your improvement.


The purpose of this last stage is to get you to compete at the highest level of performance, stressing your kinetic engine. We will fine tune your skills so that you're ready for competition.


High Performance Technology

Our facility is equipped with cutting edge technology to maximize your performance.

Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill

Differential Air Pressure technology is leading the revolution in unweighting therapy. With more freedom, greater precision, and broader application, AlterG enables people to move in ways they could never have imagined. All to recover, maintain, and enhance physical function for better mobility, health, and performance.

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High Altitude Chamber

With equal air density and pressure to that of the sea-level air, and our state of the art air-conditioning and filtering system, our Altitude Chamber creates the ideal environment for comfortable and safe hypoxic training.

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Woodway Curve Treadmill

Feel the freedom of this totally manual treadmill while running or walking on the unique curved running surface where you are the motor. The Curve Treadmill challenges the entire body while burning up to 30% more calories than any other treadmill.


"Kids are playing sports at increasingly high levels, more aggressively and for longer periods of time, not just seasonally.Also, their sports teams don’t cover all the basics in terms of conditioning, flexibility, and agility. That’s why programs like the one Carolyn is creating at Fusion are so important. I would hope to see them adopted by every team whether it’s a school or league, to give these young athletes the best chance possible to avoid getting hurt. Besides surgery, these injuries require intensive rehabilitation which cuts into school time and can have long-term consequences. Minimizing them is critical.​"
-Doctor James Gladstone MD
Chief of Sports Medicine
Mount Sinai Health System