Mission Statement

Better Movement Through Better Education


We started Edge Sports Performance with the goal of making a resource of the most up to date articles, exercises, and tips to help the average person train harder, smarter and safer to reach his/her fitness and wellness goals. Movement is the best medicine we can give our bodies and we want to provide those who visit Edge to feel and move better through corrective exercises and qualified advice.

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Increase Shoulder Internal Rotation


Click here to find out the best exercises to increase your shoulder IR

Clicking Shoulder


Check out the article to see the best tips and tricks to fix that shoulder clicking

The Body as a Chain


Check out this article to see how every muscle and joint in the body works together to make a chain.

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Our Contributors

Scott Bradley PT, DPT, CSCS


Scott graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with his degree in exercise science and his Strength and Conditioning Certification. He attended Wheeling Jesuit University PT program. Scott has experience working with D1 athletes, NFL pros and NFL combine training. Scott currently works in Fort Myers, Fl in an outpatient physical therapy setting specializing in golf recovery. 

Thomas Duong PT, DPT


Thomas is from San Bernardino, California. and graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University PT school in December 2018. Thomas enjoys working with all patients and has a special interest in the young athletic population. He is currently work in an outpatient clinic in California specializing in strength and conditioning training. 

Luke Ivers PT, DPT


 Luke Ivers is a physical therapist in Aurora, IL who is dedicated in gaining experience in the orthopedic and sports physical therapy fields. His specific areas of interest include kinesiotape, manual therapy, blood flow restriction, sports performance, and dry needling. Luke graduated in 2015 from Grand Valley State University and earned a degree in Allied Health Sciences. He continued his journey towards becoming a physical therapist and graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University’s DPT program in 2018. Luke currently specializes in high school athletic conditioning and concussion protocol.

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