Peak Performance, by Alex Klurfeld
Peak Performance, by Alex Klurfeld
Alex Klurfeld PT, Combining Art with Science.
Alex Klurfeld is a peer-recognized Physical Therapist with decades of experience and a professional and personal track record that backs up his reputation for excellence in the highly competitive field of PT.
Whether you are a competitive athlete looking to shave 1/10th of a second off your 40-time, or an armchair athlete recovering from back surgery, Alex Klurfeld has trained them all. And his world class staff of doctors and PT assistants will get you into shape.
If you've already been to other physical therapists' offices then you will recognize the difference the moment that you step into one of Alex's clinics. The warm personal touch and battery of physical therapy modalities specifically designed for your issue, will make you wish you'd found us sooner.
When it comes to achieving peak performance, most people think of the kind of advice that reads like a sound bite from a Nike commercial:
"Push Yourself to the Limit," "Train Harder," "Give It Your All," and "No Pain No Gain."
Unfortunately, this kind of "wisdom" is the reason why many of our patients need our services in the first place.
We'll teach you how to work smarter, not harder.
Inverted Isometric Modalities
Red Light Therapy
These are just a few of the "cutting edge services" that we are specifically NOT referring to. Alex Klurfeld stays away from the "latest gimmick" and will steer you to the truly cutting edge techniques.
At Alex Klurfeld, PT we believe that the most avant-garde therapies are those that incrementally improve upon what has worked for years.
Ask Alex about his slow motion bodybuilding Lift-Chi (TM) designed to increase gains by 40% over traditional weight lifting methods.
Alex's "Lift-Chi" method, modeled after QiGong and Tai chi was initially inspired by a patient who challenged Dr. Klurfeld, PT to come up with a program that allows men and women over 60 to build muscle safely.
Exercise should never be work. The same goes for Physical Therapy.
All to often, PT's tend to make their patients dependent on them for their recovery.
We will train you to help yourself.
We will help you find what you love and incorporate that into your daily, weekly and monthly routines.
Taking its cue from the first tenet, exercise should be like a game. Even the process of recovery can be gamified.
You may be recovering from a sports accident, or you may not be naturally inclined to participate in sports.
Either way, playing a sport seems counterintuitive during PT. It isn't.
We are going to make you rethink athletics and what it means to be an athlete.
If you've been paying attention, you may have noticed a pattern here. If you are following the first 2 tenets, of doing what you love and turning recovery into a game, then you won't have to think too much about the third tent: Consistency is Key. Alex Klurfeld has spent years devoting his personal and professional life to these three
If you've been paying attention, you may have noticed a pattern here. If you are following the first 2 tenets, of doing what you love and turning recovery into a game, then you won't have to think too much about the third tent: Consistency is Key. Alex Klurfeld has spent years devoting his personal and professional life to these three tenets for physical, emotional and spiritual well being . In the end, it's all about consistency. But most people set themselves up for failure when it comes to consistency. And that's because they forget to do what they love and to make recovery indistinguishable from play.