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We are R2P
Professionals in the field of movement, united in our goals and mission to bridge the gap between rehab and performance by integrating principles that span different disciplines in the way we learn, practice and share information to allow for more patient and client centered interventions. 


Rehab2Performance is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded to not only endorse and expand the principles of The Functional Approach, but to do so in a way that brings together forward-thinking, progressive professionals in a multifaceted environment that promotes health, wellness and activity. The Functional Approach focuses on evidence-based training and healthcare and acts as the framework for making decisions based on indivial patient or client needs, often referred to as n=1. This approach weaves together movement, mindset, nutrition and recovery in a dynamic fashion that all falls under the category of rehabilitation. Professionals who adopt the R2P mindset manage patients, clients, and athletes within a biopsychosocial (BPS) context, which includes approaching patients and clients with a teamwork perspective.

What We Do



Symposium & Events



Student Clubs






Vision


Leaders in the fields of rehabilitation, physical medicine, and performance who are educating and collaborating with a common goal of improving the lives of the people we serve.

Mission

We are the "anti-camp," a group of open-minded health and fitness professionals who want to bridge the gap between rehab and performance by integrating principles that span different disciplines in the way we learn, practice, and share information to allow for more patient- and client-centered interventions.

Core Values


Community

Communication

Collaboration

Continued Education


Who Makes Up the R2P Community?

Physicians (DC, DPT, PT, DO, MD, PhD)

Certified Athletic Trainers

Strength and Conditioning Coaches

Personal Trainers

Massage Therapists

Kinesiologists

Exercise Physiologists

Researchers


 

 


Current Student Club Programs