On-field Coverage and Performance Program

Cobblestone On-field Care Program

Cobblestone now provides athletic therapy services On-Field.  If you have a league or game that needs athletic therapy services – WE CAN HELP!  We will travel to any location regardless of the distance for your team.

If you are interested in having our therapists be a part of your league or team; call us today.  We provide full registered therapists to your game including clinic Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Kinesiologists, Physiotherapy Assistants and athletic therapists.  All the staff that will be at your games are employees of the clinic, so you can trust that you will get the best service for your league or team!  If interested, contact our clinic.

What is Athletic Therapy?

Best known for their quick-thinking on-field emergency care of amateur, professional and elite athletes. The first to respond when someone gets hurt, they are experts at injury assessment and rehabilitation. It’s that same mix of on-site care and active rehabilitation skills that makes Athletic Therapists so effective in treating the musculoskeletal (muscles, bones, and joints) injuries of all Canadians, whether on the field or in the clinic.

Athletic therapists adhere to the Sports Medicine Model of care. They treat a wide range of patients, from kids with concussions to seniors recovering from hip replacement surgery, using various manual therapies, modalities, exercise prescription and even bracing and taping. The treatment varies but the objective doesn’t: an Athletic Therapist’s goal is to help clients return to their usual activities, whether that means playing competitive sports or walking to the mailbox and back.

In clinic Performance Program

7500 Sqr ft Performance Facility

Whether you are the weekend warrior, or the elite athlete we can help. We provide full sports and conditioning programs for all athletes and individuals looking to improve their physical fitness.  All clients are able to use their extended health benefits for our services.

Sports Performance and Fitness Programs

Our sports performance and fitness programs strive to enhance human movement and correct imbalances in sports and life.

From movement assessments to sport-specific training, we have the right program to help both individuals and teams improve their athletic skills.

Sports Performance

Functional movement assessments

Our experts believe an in-depth functional movement assessment (FMA) can help find problems that are keeping athletes from reaching their peak. Then, we can provide ways to increase athletic performance.

Performance assessment

  • 40/60 yard dash (electronic timing system)
  • Broad jump
  • Pro-Agility drill
  • L-drill
  • Vertical jump
  • Pull ups

We use the data from the FMA to create a safe, scientifically based strength and conditioning program that fits each athlete’s unique needs.

Additional assessments

We also offer:

  • Gait assessments.
  • Body fat analysis (Skin fold).
  • Sport-specific video to analyze movement patterns.

Fitness Programs

We can help you reach your fitness goals using a functional assessment.

Our fitness program consists of exercises to:

  • Improve flexibility
  • Increase strength
  • Improve power output
  • Increase core strength
  • Prevent injuries

Types of fitness and sports performance programs we offer

One-on-one or group sports performance training and conditioning

Our scientifically based program will help you:

  • Increase strength and the rate of force production.
  • Improve flexibility and core strength.

Team training

Our experts can custom-build a team training program to help with:

  • Pre-season conditioning.
  • In-season conditioning and strength training.
  • Off-season training and conditioning.

ACL injury prevention program

This helps our experts identify predisposing imbalances that place an athlete at risk for ACL injury and serves:

  • Athletes who are at least four months out of ACL reconstruction surgery.
  • Prepubescent athletes who have ruptured their ACL but are too young to have surgery.
  • Adults who have elected not to have surgery to repair a torn ACL.
  • Athletes who want to reduce their risk of ACL injury.