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Rehab Services

We offer in house rehabilitation services here at Cryptid CrossFit.  Whether you are dealing with the normal aches associated with training or nursing an injury, Dr. Andrew Boyce is here to help keep you training and accomplishing your goals

How Can Rehab Help Me Get Back On Track?

What is rehab, and how can I benefit from it? Rehabilitation is the process of helping an individual achieve the highest level of function, independence, and quality of life possible. Rehabilitation does not reverse or undo the damage caused by disease or trauma, but rather helps restore the individual to optimal health, functioning, and well-being.

Rehabilitation medicine is designed to meet each person’s specific needs; therefore, each program is different. Some general treatment components for rehabilitation programs include the following:

  • Treating the basic disease and preventing complications
  • Treating the disability and improving function
  • Providing adaptive tools and altering the environment
  • Teaching the patient and family and helping them adapt to lifestyle changes

The success of rehabilitation depends on many variables, including the following:

  • The nature and severity of the disease, disorder, or injury
  • The type and degree of any resulting impairments and disabilities
  • The overall health of the patient
  • Family support

Guided CrossFit Classes

The needs of an Olympic athlete and our grandparents differ by degree not kind.

CrossFit is a functional fitness methodology. We provide constantly varied, functional fitness that is tailored to your current ability.

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Dr. Andrew Boyce, DC

BOYCE’S PERFORMANCE AND REHAB

Boyce Performance and Rehab (BPR) offers evidence-based rehabilitation and coaching services designed to help you accomplish your goals and overcome pain and injury. Our rehab services know the value that strength plays in overcoming pain and injury and the gym is perfectly outfitted to help you accomplish all of your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are a community-based, results-driven fitness club committed to helping our community achieve a healthy lifestyle by making fitness and nutrition fun and accessible.

I'm injured, can I still do CrossFit?

Yes! Every CrossFit workout is scaled to your ability. That means the coach will help you tailor the workout to your needs.

How can rehab get me back on track?

Bumps, bruises, aches, and pains can be an annoying part of life and training. They are also a common reason people aren't consistent in the gym. With our rehab programs at Cryptid CrossFit, Dr. Boyce provides a custom made care plan that includes modifying training so you can complete the workout without aggravating your injured area while continuing to build strength and resiliency in the area. Instead of avoiding the workout, Dr. Boyce can help you navigate the experience so you can get back in the gym quicker staying pain free, and strong!

I hear lifting weights is bad for your back, is that true?

Absolutely not! Lifting weights is good for your back! CrossFit is a fantastic way to safely and effectively strengthen the muscles in your back. Our coaches and rehab team can scale your workout to meet you at your current fitness or recovery level, making your back more robust and resilient!

I can't put my arm all the way over my head, can you help me?

People start their fitness journey in all different places and situations-shoulder pain is often something we hear from athletes as a barrier to get started. Our rehab department can help address the problem in your shoulder and come up with a training plan to decrease pain and improve function while our coaches can scale and modify the workout for you in order to be able to participate in the workouts.

I injured my knee in high school and it's never been the same, is CrossFit for me?

Many of our athletes have old injuries that pop up to annoy them every now and then. These injuries, while annoying, can be greatly helped with a routine exercise program. Dr. Boyce can help guide you through your training plan to get the best out of your time in the gym and work around any old injuries that may be a speed-bump on your road to health.