Dr. Wells and Dr. Plutchok met in chiropractic college and joined forces a few years after Dr. Wells founded The League Rehab in 2001. They share similar backgrounds as former NCAA college athletes, in addition to their passion and vision of providing cutting edge sports and rehab therapy. Dr. Wells and Dr. Plutchok both take pride in providing fast, effective, and long lasting results by blending progressive, cutting edge assessments, and treatments, and employing new technologies that help speed up the healing process. Click the button below to learn more about them and the rest of the League Rehab team.
Our primary goal is to deliver the best possible results while providing a personalized experience. We aim to help you to accelerate the healing process and maintain your progress in whatever you do. We are committed to employing state of the art assessments, progressive techniques, and research backed treatments to achieve breakthrough results. From recapturing simple movements without pain, to achieving optimal performance and functionality, you can be assured we will help you achieve your goals. Click the button below to see a list of the common ailments and injuries we treat.
Instead of bouncing around to multiple providers for different treatments, we can address all of the factors affecting your performance at The League Rehab using an array of treatment options ranging from chiropractic care and functional hallux rehabilitation, to Quantum Neurology, and a blend of soft treatment methods, including: Active Release Technique, Fascial Distortion Model, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Methods), and Rapid Release techniques.
We then educate you on how to reinforce proper movement with corrective exercise, stability strengthening, and self myofascial release techniques you can practice at home. Click the button to learn more about our services.
Acupuncture is a 3,000-year-old Chinese healing technique that the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) documented and publicized in 1997 as safe and effective for treating a wide range of conditions.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization or IASTM, is a technique performed with ergonomically designed instruments that effectively treat areas exhibiting soft tissue fibrosis, chronic inflammation, or degeneration.
Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) is a manual therapy that focuses on identifying the six alterations of the body’s connective tissues, and correcting those that have been distorted or damaged.
An Arthrostim is an instrument that is used as a less forceful alternative to manual adjustments.
Rapid Release Technique uses a device to break up scar tissue by using certain frequencies of vibration depending on the type of injury.
We provide video gait analysis to assess and help correct problematic movement patterns and running mechanics.
Quantum Neurology Rehab uses a combination of low level light therapy and percussion to activate the nervous system’s ability to heal the body as well as to improve performance.
Functional Hallux Rehabilitation is one of the treatments we use to correct improper walking and running biomechanics. It consists of 3 Phases: Examination, Correction, and Prevention.
RockTape is a revolutionary new type of therapeutic kinesiology taping product designed to aid in the treatment and healing of various sports injuries, as well as improve physical performance.
We provide advanced full bio-mechanical correction utilizing "state of the art" chiropractic techniques to the spine and joints of the arms and legs.
Active Release Technique (ART) is a hands-on, deep, soft tissue therapy combined with specific movements to loosen or release overused or traumatized muscles and soft tissue restrictions.
Research suggests Massage Therapy may be helpful for treating an array of ailments, including: anxiety, digestive disorders, fibromyalgia, and headaches; to myofascial pain syndrome and sports injuries.