Sports Training

Abbey Neurodynamic Center

Wellness Center located in Palo Alto, CA

Sports training is the key to becoming faster, stronger, and a successful athlete. At Abbey Neurodynamic Center in Palo Alto, California, licensed clinical neuropsychologist Richard Abbey, PhD, and his team offer sports-specific training and concussion and sports recovery to help you or your child excel in sports. Schedule an appointment with Abbey Neurodynamic Center over the phone to learn more about sports training sessions.

Sports Training Q & A

What is sports training?

Sports training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center involves physical and cognitive training that helps improve the following in athletes:

  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Peripheral awareness
  • Sports anxiety
  • Reaction time
  • Speed
  • Strength
  • Multiple object tracking
  • Concussion symptoms
  • Sports recovery

Sports training helps athletes improve their game in baseball, football, lacrosse, volleyball, basketball, and more as training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center is sport-specific to meet each athlete’s personalized needs.

What are the different types of sports training?

Sports-specific training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center may include one or more of the following:

Vision training

The Abbey Neurodynamic Center vision training program combines vision techniques with neuropsychology to assess and train vision systems to improve overall sports performance. It enhances balance, helps you better process incoming information, and improves hand-eye coordination.

Vision training also promotes better depth perception, peripheral awareness, and spatial relations.

Sports optimization

Abbey Neurodynamic Center specialists work with you or your child to optimize athletic performance physically and cognitively using advanced neurotechnology to help get your head in the game. They offer concussion treatment and sports recovery training too.

Compression cardio

Compression cardio uses an advanced system of liquid cooling, high-intensity interval training, and compression to boost strength and endurance. The technology also reduces inflammation, enhances recovery, promotes better sleep, and improves mental focus and energy during each 22-minute cardio session.

Adaptive conditioning

Adaptive conditioning mimics physical conditioning with air pressure that doesn’t stress your body. This sports training technique boosts muscle recovery, builds stamina, enhances detoxification, and increases oxygen-rich red blood cells in each 20-minute session.

Dynamic resistance

Your Abbey Neurodynamic Center practitioner uses computer-controlled dynamic resistance training to create a full resistance workout in less than 20 minutes. The technology builds strength and muscle mass in athletes to maximize athletic performance.

Is sports training right for me?

If you or your child is an athlete looking to get to the next level physically and mentally, sports training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center can help you reach your goals. They personalized each training session based on baseline abilities, the sport you or your child plays, and your strengths and weaknesses to help you rise above the competition.

Don’t let lack of speed, strength, or agility sideline you from your favorite sports. Schedule an appointment with Abbey Neurodynamic Center over the phone today.