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On the Road

July 2017

Kei takes on Wimbledon 2017

  Monday, July 3, marks the start of Wimbledon 2017 and we are looking forward to a great showing from Performance in Motion’s very own, Kei Nishikori, in the days ahead.  Kei’s first round match against the Italian, world number 105, Marco Cecchinato, is on Monday at around 12:45PM (London time) on Wimbledon’s Court 12. In

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The Latest

June 2017

Our First Physical Therapy Students Arrive

In an effort to establish Performance in Motion as a center for clinical education for the Physical Therapy profession, we are pleased to welcome our first class of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students joining us this summer for one of their formal clinical education rotations. First year DPT students, Erin Patton and Tracy Zhang, both

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Athlete Spotlight

May 2017

Well Done Nic!

Nic Meister, a senior at Latin High School, and part of the Performance in Motion team, has won the IHSA Class 1A Sectional Championship in Tennis. He will compete in the State Tournament beginning Thursday. Nic’s commitment to both his Physical Therapy and Performance Training with Alexis Griffin PT, DPT, SCS, ATC has been solid

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In the Community

May 2017

Warming up with Playworks

Performance in Motion had the opportunity to lead @playworksil in a warm-up session to kick off their youth soccer league. 40+ bright and shining 3rd and 4th grade students from around the city of Chicago came together to learn and develop their soccer skills. Team PIM led the students in an effective warm-up session to get them

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Athlete Spotlight

April 2017

Kendall and the BIG3

Retired NBA veteran and basketball analyst, Kendall Gill, is ready to go back into the game but in a different arena. Kendall heads to Las Vegas to try out for a new 3-on-3 basketball league, the “BIG3,” developed by rapper, actor, and businessman Ice Cube. The BIG3 features retired NBA veterans coming out of retirement

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Education Corner

April 2017

Robbie visits Washington University in St. Louis

For the second year in a row, Robbie Ohashi headed back to his alma mater, Washington University in St. Louis, to teach the outgoing third year Doctor of Physical Therapy class. Through a four hour lecture entitled, “Enhancing the Movement System in Sports”, he shared about the Performance in Motion methodology and how we incorporate evaluating

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In the Community

April 2017

PIM supports Playworks

Playworks began in 1996, started by a woman named Jill Vialet. Her vision was simple, that every child in America would get to play, everyday. The mission is to improve the health and well-being of children by increasing opportunities for physical activity and safe, meaningful play. Through partnerships with districts, schools, and after school programs,

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Athlete Spotlight

April 2017

The Dodgers’ Gavin Lux

After a successful winter working in our West Loop facility with our very own Physical Therapist and Clinic Director, Jacob Brueck, the Dodgers’ 2016 1st round draft pick, Gavin Lux of Kenosha, WI, headed off to Spring training. Initially committed to play at Arizona State University, the talented shortstop will join the Dodgers organization and

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On the Road

April 2017

Kei Preps for Clay

After two Quarterfinal finishes at Indian Wells and Miami, Kei Nishikori headed back home to Bradenton, FL and is starting to prepare for the clay court season. Robbie is excited to head out to the IMG Academy and work with Kei as he prepares for the the long, grueling matches this surface traditionally brings.  

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