What We Do
Bridging the Gap Between Rehab & Performance
R2P Board of Directors
R2P is able to run thanks to the volunteer efforts of it's Board of Directors.
Dr. MaryAnne Harrington Dimak
MaryAnne Dimak is an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department at Parker University. She teaches Functional Assessment and Clinical Nutrition. Prior to Parker, she and her husband Cody owned and operated Maximum Performance Chiropractic, an active-care focused practice in Orange County, CA.
After relocating in 2018, both docs found opportunities at Parker and are grateful to be a part of the mission and movement there. Dr. Dimak has been heavily involved in integrating more active care and functional movement principles with students, clinicians and coaches through the various programs at Parker. When she’s not in the middle of a teaching environment, she can be found with her two daughters and her husband at their favorite parks.
Jeffrey Beran, PT, DPT, ATC is the owner of Evolution Elite Performance Therapy, in Scottsdale, Arizona and is an early pioneer in providing fee for service performance care and physical therapy. He has been sought after worldwide and has been fortunate to work with clientele, athletes and organizations in the NHL, NFL, MLB and Track and Field. Besides treating and training athletes, Jeff also mentors students and professionals in running successful fee for service facilities and delivery of high level physical therapy services and treatment. Jeff teaches courses for younger professionals and novice clinicians on “Programming Energy System Training into a Rehabilitation Programs” and “Higher Order Programming for Optimal Outcomes”. He is a performance therapy consultant for ALTIS and the Arizona Coyotes and currently sits on the board of Rehab2Performance.
Beau Beard is the co-founder and owner of The FARM. He has been interested in the fields of health and human performance since suffering a femur fracture in middle school resulting in surgery. He was told he would never play sports again. With proper rehabilitation and a phenomenal chiropractor, he was back to playing multiple sports within a year.
Dr. Beard is an internationally recognized educator and speaker, specializing in topics from running performance, environmental health, and clinical reasoning. He has consulted and worked with professional athletes, Olympic medalists, multiple branches of the military and special operations units, and many university-level athletics programs.
Dr. Beard spoke at TEDx Birmingham 2019 on the topic of ‘Environmental Reflection’, where he drew connections between the most daunting issues facing human and environmental health, and how we may go about remedying both by focusing on ourselves.
Dr. Beard is the author of the ‘The Age of Movement’ which is a look at movement throughout the entirety of the biological record, a guide for humans on what optimal movement at any age looks like, and how we can tackle most health issues with a focus on fundamentals.
In clinical practice, Dr. Beard brings thousands of hours of continuing education across a plethora of techniques to each and every case. This allows him to provide an all-encompassing, and world-class clinical experience to each and every patient.
Dr. Beard’s goal in practice is to ensure every patient leaves care empowered and equipped with the knowledge to truly be better than before.
Dr. Cory Bailey is a Chiropractor and Strength & Conditioning Specialist in Raleigh, NC. He earned his BS: Exercise Science from Gannon University where he was also the Captain of the Gannon Men’s Basketball team. He then earned his doctorate in Chiropractic from Logan University in August, 2021
Dr. Bailey was heavily involved in the Rehab2Performance club while in Chiropractic school and became a big part in the formation of the current R2P National Student Executive Board as the first president. He is now serving on the R2P Board of Directors and assists in creating educational content for the organization.
Dr. Bailey serves his community with an “anti-camp”, multi-model approach to conservative healthcare while also teaching weekend seminars to graduate students and personal trainers. He has a passion for continued learning and is currently trained in multiple systems including: MDT, SFMA, Trigger Point Dry Needling, DNS, PRI, RockTape, MPI, among others.
Dr. Kyle Uttley received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri. In April of 2020 he graduated Magna Cum Laude and Valedictorian of his class. He is on the board of directors for Rehab2Performance and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Outside of clinical practice and continuing education Kyle is an avid Outdoorsman and enjoys spending time at his lakeside cottage in Northern Ontario with his wife Hannah, daughter Kameron and his dog Penny. In the warmer seasons water skiing and fishing are his favorite activities, while the colder months are filled with watching and playing hockey.
Kyle Thompson is an associate chiropractor at Kinetikchain in Dallas, TX. He graduated Cum Lade from Parker University in December 2020 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Masters in Neuroscience.
His treatment philosophy utilizes an evidence-informed multi-modal approach to patient care. Combining an understanding of functional movement, manual care, and rehabilitation to optimize patient care.
Kyle is a former All-American NCAA Polevaulter for the Texas Tech Track & Field team, so Kyle uses his experience to help others achieve their performance goals. Kyle enjoys working with all types of athletes from all types of sports and disciples (Jiu-Jitsu, Golf, Track & Field, Baseball, Tennis, Volleyball, Football, Hockey, etc).
Kyle is trained in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (MDT), Neurodynamics (NDS), TMJ Dysfunction, Dry Needling, Active Release Therapy (ART), and Functional Assessment/Rehabilitation. He is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS), and a Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-CEP).
We are health care professionals in our field. Those who are in our community may work with different populations with different approaches, however we have a shared objective. Our collective objective is to improve health and performance through the collaboration of our community.
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