Knee, hip, ankle and shoulder injuries, both surgical and non-surgical
University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Graston Technique (tool assisted soft tissue mobilization)
- Joint mobilization
- McConnell taping
- Dry Needling
Soccer, hockey, golf, biking, and running
Articles and Videos from Kyle Hall PT, DPT, Lead Physical Therapist
Knee, hip, and ankle surgery can take a toll on leg strength and balance. Summit’s ASCEND program is designed to help athletes reclaim the neuromuscular balance they need to compete safely.
Reinjury is common after an ACL reconstruction. Summit physical therapists Kyle Hall and Jenny Blade explain the risks and share techniques that can help prevent a second injury.
Summit’s ASCEND Return to Sport program is focused on safely returning injured athletes to a high level of competitive performance while teaching them how to prevent reinjury.
ASCEND is a specialized rehabilitation program designed to boost physical performance after a hip, knee, or ankle injury and prevent future injuries. Although this program was developed to support athletes, other patients can also benefit from ASCEND conditioning.
The Summit Orthopedics ASCEND program provides the extra training and conditioning athletes need to regain competitive strength and get back in the game after an injury. Two ASCEND physical therapists explain why the program was developed.
Three to nine months of rehabilitative physical therapy is standard after hip, knee, or ankle surgery. For athletes and active professionals who want to reclaim a higher level of physical performance following surgery, Summit Orthopedics developed the ASCEND program.