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Neurosport Functional Training

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 NEW SERVICE: RECOVERY ROOM

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The mission of Neurosport Functional Training is to offer the most comprehensive performance programs utilizing evidence-based research and integrated clinical techniques to ensure optimal exercise performance and quality of life.

Our specialized Functional Training programs are designed to enhance the quality of powerful movements by focusing on individual's personal deficits through full-body exercises. Correcting deficits such as mobility restrictions, mechanical instability, asymmetrical strength (one side is stronger than the other), coordination and balance allows your body to adapt to physical stress instead of breaking down. 

Every member receives a Functional Movement Screen (FMS), a test designed to measure core strength and mobility and to assess deficiencies. FMS results serve as the basis for your individualized training program. All FT members are scheduled in a class program that fits their criteria and availability. Programs are designed by our elite team of healthcare professionals and evidence-based research. All programs are conducted in a small group environment under the direction of a strength and conditioning professional. 

Membership - $170/month 
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Become a Functional Training Member

Our goal is to make each member move better, become stronger and reduce the risk of injury.

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Functional Movement Screen (FMS)

Measures seven fundamental functional movement patterns to identify your movement limitations and muscle asymmetries. Results can also serve as the basis for an individualized functional training program to correct and improve your specific deficiencies and prevent injuries. Click here to learn more about FMS.

Free - Members | $45 - Individuals

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Semi-Private Training Sessions

Neurosport Functional Training Small Group Fitness Classes East Cobb

Individualized training for groups of one to three. 
 
$70 - 1 Single Session
$500 - 10 Sessions 
$840 - 20 Sessions 
 

Extended Rehab  

Post-physical therapy recondition and return to activity/sport. Individual treatment provided by a Neurosport licensed physical therapist includes: 
  • Dry Needling 
  • Active Release Technique (ART) 
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Soft Tissue Cupping 
  • ImPact Concussion Testing 
  • Return to Sport Protocol
$70 - Half Hour

Recovery Room

Post-game or practice, individual treatments conducted by a licensed physical therapist, certified athletic trainer or sports chiropractor. Can include soft tissue flushing, dry needling, cupping, cryotherapy, manual stretching and joint mobilization. Add a Recovery Room membership to your existing Functional Training Membership for an additional $30/month. To learn more about Recovery Room and locations, click the button below.

$70 - Half Hour

 NEW SERVICE: RECOVERY ROOM

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Meet Our Staff

  • Andrew Mallard, FMS-Cert

    Director of Neurosport Functional Training

    An athlete throughout his life, Andrew participated in almost every sport. During his senior year, Andrew suffered an injury while wrestling and went through physical therapy. While going through physical therapy, he realized that he had a passion for helping people.  When not helping people through their therapy, he can be found spending time outdoors canoeing or mountain biking.

    Education:
    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Georgia Southern University
    Certifications:
    Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Functional Movement Screen Certification (FMS), PADI Instructor Certified (CPR/AED/First AID - Adult/Child/Infant)
  • Stephanie Hendley, PT, DPT

    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Stephanie has been a physical therapy patient many times having had several injuries related to dancing—ruptured IT band, broken ankle and dislocated clavicle. The feeling she had when she was able to return to stage is what made her want to become a physical therapist. Her motivation and her experience in dance and choreography gives her a special understanding for the patient and an eye for analyzing movement patterns. Outside of Neurosport, Stephanie enjoys hiking with her husband and dog on the weekend and attending new concerts and shows.  

     

    Education:
    Doctor of Physical Therapy from Mercer University
    Certifications:
    Dry Needling Certified, Full-Body Certified Active Release Technique (ART), ART-Cert: Lower Extremity, ART-Cert: Spine, ART-Cert: Upper Extremity
  • Jordan Brundage

    Physical Therapy Technician

    Jordan began working at Neurosport in October 2015, bringing with her a positive energy and a degree in Exercise Science with Dean’s List honors. She has played soccer since she a young age and after an ankle sprain, she went to Neurosport’s Dr. Paul for rehab, which is what got her interested in joining field of physical therapy.

    Education:
    Degree in Exercise Science from Georgia College & State University
  • Tyler Bader, MS, ATC, LAT, FMS-Cert

    Certified Athletic Trainer at Mount Bethel Christian Academy

    Tyler originally pursued a degree in physical therapy, but after several clinical rotations at a local high school, he discovered a passion for working with sports teams and decided to become an athletic trainer.  When he is not working, Tyler enjoys staying active: working out, playing beach volleyball, hiking, and playing golf. He is originally from Southgate Kentucky.

    Certifications:
    Certified Athletic Trainer, Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Certified, PADI Instructor Certified (CPR/AED/First AID - Adult/Child/Infant)