We Help Baseball Players Get Out Of Pain & Back On The Field So They Can Continue Playing The Game They Love

Providing you with the specialist-level treatment baseball players require

A Personal Message From Board Certified Sports Physical Therapy Specialist Dr. Dennis Treubig,

Throwing a baseball is one of, if not the most stressful (and complicated) actions in all of sports.  It requires everything from head to toes to work together in unison and any issue along the way can lead to pain and injury.

I know this professionally – having developed a special interest in understanding & treating baseball players – and personally – having played baseball (and pitched) for years.

Think about this - about 50% of youth baseball players report shoulder or elbow pain at least once during their season.  That is an alarming stat!

I know that, personally, I was part of that 50% and eventually I had to have shoulder surgery (in my mid-20’s) to be able to throw again.  And I don’t want it to come to that extreme for you!

You shouldn’t need to take a bunch of painkillers just to get through a game and/or be in pain for the next couple of days afterwards.

We also don’t want you to believe/hope that your pain will just go away with time…because it probably won’t and your performance will definitely suffer.

So if you (or your son) is having pain with throwing or suffered an injury, I want you to know that we understand the complexity and intricacies of treating baseball players and the demands that are placed on their bodies – from both the medical perspective and the player perspective.

Don’t settle for the generic run-of-the-mill rehab you’ll get at the typical PT clinic.  Baseball players shouldn’t go to just anyone to fix their problem, they should seek out someone who can provide them with the specialist-level care they need…and deserve.

And our expertise is perfectly suited to help you (or your son) get back on the field as quickly and safely as possible.

I feel so strongly about the epidemic of baseball pitching injuries and care so much about helping out the baseball community that I wrote up a special report titled "Top 10 Causes of Pitching Injuries".... and I want you to have it at no charge.

I know those 10 things aren’t the only things, but I think they are the most common causes and things that you can take action on right away.

It’s time to request your FREE tips report…do that by clicking the yellow button below and confirming your details.



Dr. Dennis Treubig

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

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Baseball Injuries We Commonly Treat

When it comes to working with baseball players, while you have to specialize in treating shoulder & elbow injuries, you also have to understand how the entire body moves because everything is interconnected.  So, it's impossible to be an expert in one particular body part without being an expert in the others.  Here are some of the common baseball injuries we treat:

  •  Shoulder Pain/Impingement
  • Rotator Cuff Issues (tears, tendinitis)
  • Labral Tears
  • Bicep Tendinitis
  • Shoulder Bursitis
  • Little Leaguer's Shoulder/Elbow
  • Elbow Pain
  • UCL tears
  • Flexor Strains
  • Back Pain/Spasms
  • Neck Pain
  • Post-Surgical Rehab

Those are just some of the injuries we commonly treat.  If you don't see your specific injury listed, just give us a call and we will let you know if we can help you.

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