What is Move2Perform

Stay on the field, on the job, and in the game with Move2Perform testing. Move2Perform is a movement measurement and analysis tool that identifies deficits and risk of injury. Move2Perform products have been studied with overwhelmingly positive results, published in peer reviewed literature, and adopted by the US military and professional sports teams internationally.

Returning To a Sport or Activity After Injury or Long Lay Off

While most people can be returned to a pain-free status, recent evidence has clearly demonstrated that risk for future injury remains. Many return to sport/activity decisions are frequently based on opinion rather than evidence-based tests. With the Move2Perform computer application, we can now make confident, evidence based return to activity/sport and discharge decisions while managing your injury risk.

Move2Perform helps us make evidence based return to sport and return to activity decisions by categorizing your injury risk and objectively tracking your progress. It’s a computer application that synthesizes results from proven and popular tests (e.g. Y Balance Test, Functional Movement Screen, Hop Testing) to calculate your body's status specific to your age, gender, and sport/activity. Move2Perform does this by using a proprietary algorithm based on years of published research. It is the only system that has been validated in peer-reviewed literature allowing you to provide the best care for you.

Pre-Participation Testing

Whether in a sport or an occupational setting, we can help manage the sometimes overwhelming task of keeping your team healthy through meaningful and efficient pre-participation testing. Many organization have limited resources for injury prevention. Move2Perform helps identify individuals who are at risk of injury and allows you to better allocate your precious injury prevention resources to those who need them most. It is the only system that has been validated in peer-reviewed literature allowing you to provide the best care for your clients.