Move better. Feel better. Perform better.
Available at CrossFit Oconee and Mobile Concierge Service
Who We Are
Fine Tuned Performance and Rehabilitation was created to serve individuals who want to go above and beyond their goals in relation to fitness and performance. A step away from the physical therapy session you may find in a standard clinic, Fine Tuned Performance offers a unique skillset and perspective in treating the fitness athlete.We think it's important that your clinician is an expert in what you love doing the most. Having a provider that knows the ins and outs of your passion is crucial to achieving top-tier outcomes. We pride ourselves on having that topic-specific expertise because we live and breathe it ourselves.Our model revolves around keeping you as the first priority. You’ll always be guaranteed 1-on-1 time with a doctor of physical therapy for your session. Whether you have an injury that needs to be addressed to get you back to full function or you have a performance goal that seems just out of reach, you can rest assured you will receive services and a game-plan tailored specifically to your needs.We also believe in transparency with our services. No surprise bills. No insurance hassles. Just high quality care from a professional with clear, up-front costs.Most of all, we're excited to meet you and facilitate you reaching your goals. We'll see you soon.
Meet your Clinicians
Dr. Bobby Hines, PT, DPT, ATC
CF-L2, USAW Sport Performance Coach, Cert DN
Having always had a passion for athletics, Bobby received his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training while working for the sports medicine department at the University of Georgia. While in school, he worked with UGA Football, Swim & Dive, Track & Field, Equestrian, and served as an all-sports intern helping to keep athletes healthy and competing at their highest level. After leaving UGA, Bobby received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of North Georgia where he served in a leadership role as Co-President of his class.Although working in collegiate athletics was a fulfilling season, Bobby has turned a personal passion into a career through evaluation and treatment of CrossFit Athletes. Relying on ten years of CrossFit experience as a coach and competitor, Bobby has endeavored not only to compete at a high level (2x Wodapalooza competitor and maintaining a top 1% global CF open ranking), but to coach and evaluate with excellence as well. He currently holds his certifications as a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, USAW Sport Performance Coach, and has participated in the Institute of Clinical Excellence’s Management of the Fitness Athlete curriculum. Whether it be performance in the gym, on the field or court, or simply in daily life, Bobby will have the tools necessary to help you excel in reaching your goals.
Dr. Hannah Crawford, PT, DPT
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist
Dr. Hannah Crawford PT, DPT received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Georgia State University and her undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Georgia. Hailing from Oconee County, her passion lies in treating and managing pelvic floor dysfunction. Not to be overshadowed by her expertise in Women's Health, she excels in treating athletes and avid exercisers across a broad spectrum to help reach their goals in improving pain levels and optimizing their performance.Hannah has an athletic background in competitive swimming, field hockey, and routinely participates in a variety of different workouts spanning from CrossFit to running half-marathons. She is happily married to her husband, Brooks, who is currently a pitcher in the Major League Baseball organization.
Evaluation and Movement Prescription
Each initial visit will incorporate a thorough evaluation and assessment of your injury or ailment as well as an exercise/mobility prescription. Each visit provides you with an hour of 1-on-1 time to appropriately identify, treat, and plan out a route towards meeting your specific goals or eliminating your pain. Depending on your goals, this may also incorporate video analysis or biomechanical assessment of specific movements to help further hone in on the optimum treatment plan for you.
When appropriate, dry needling may be used as a tool to help alleviate soreness, improve blood flow to affected tissues, and release tension within musculature to help alleviate pain and improve motion.
Myofascial Decompression (Cupping)
In order to help improve blood flow and mobility to affected areas, dynamic cupping techniques may be utilized to improve your pain levels and aid in recovery specific to deep layers of muscle and fascia.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
I.A.S.T.M. may be used to aid in recovery and improve mobility in point specific areas determined through evaluation of your functional mobility.
With appropriate screening and intervention, spinal manipulation (also known as “adjustment”) can facilitate decreased pain levels, improved range of motion, and overall increased function specific to the area you need.
Although not as specific to performance based rehabilitation as some of the other services listed, we offer rehabilitation for those suffering from Vertigo, BPPV, Vestibular Neuritis, Vestibular Hypofunction, and other associated inner-ear dysfunction. This includes specific positional evaluation, screening, and when appropriate - maneuvers that can help alleviate or eliminate your dizziness.
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