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Advocate Dreyer Strengthens Ties to Advocate Medical Group

New name outside, same great care inside

AURORA - Advocate Dreyer will begin to be branded as Advocate Medical Group (AMG) on January 1, 2017. Dreyer has been affiliated with Advocate since 1996. Over the years that relationship has evolved – most recently represented by the transition in name from ‘Dreyer Medical Clinic’ to ‘Advocate Dreyer’ in 2014.

AMG is a physician-led and governed group comprised of approximately 1,500 clinicians representing more than 50 specialties. It is the largest physician group in Illinois, with more than 300 primary care and specialty outpatient sites throughout Chicagoland and Bloomington-Normal.

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Sports Enhancement Programs

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Sports Enhancement Programs

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Advocate Dreyer Sports Medicine welcomes athletes of all ages, abilities, and sports to improve their skills as a part of our Sports Enhancement Programs. Designed to improve athletic skills and provide training for injury prevention, these programs are a way get that extra edge and improve your speed, power, and agility, or return to optimal performance after injury.

Our Sports Enhancement Team understands the physical demands of sport performance. All of our clinicians have advanced education and training in athletic performance enhancement and injury prevention along with degrees in Athletic Training or Physical Therapy. Each program begins with an evaluation by a Certified Athletic Trainer or a Physical Therapist and this evaluation allows the clinician to develop an individual plan to optimize performance.

 
 

Location

Batavia
2500 W. Fabyan Pkwy.
Batavia, IL 60510
630-762-4773
 
Highland
1221 N. Highland Ave.
Aurora, IL 60506
630-264-8440
 
 

If you have an urgent need to reach a physician after 5:00 p.m., an afterhours answering service is available at 630-859-3248. The answering service will page the physician on call, who will return your call as soon as possible.

Programs

Why is Training Important for Running?

Proper mechanics are essential for running smoothly without pain. Running efficiently can lead to faster times, injury-free training, and improved running performance. As mileage creeps up, parts of the body become too tight while others become too weak. Don’t let these inefficiencies lead to injury or poor performance. Several programs offered are designed to help discover limitations in running form through video analysis, training, and exercise.

Please call 630-264-8440 for pricing and available dates.

Video Gait Analysis (VGA)

Each and every runner deserves individual attention to focus on all the factors that make each runner unique. Runners are evaluated and then filmed running during a one-hour session to determine muscle imbalances that can lead to inefficiencies and potential injury. A follow-up visit is included to review video footage, and instruct on home exercises and drills specific to each runner’s needs.
2 sessions, 60 minutes each

Runner Enhancement training with VGA

Runners are evaluated and filmed to determine muscle imbalances and efficiencies in running form with 10 follow-up training sessions designed specifically to address weaknesses and limitations. During each training session, the runner will be put through specific drills and strengthening techniques. The final visit includes a repeat filming to assess improvements in running form with progressions for home exercise and training.
12 sessions (two sessions per week), 60 minutes each

Performance Enhancement

Why hire a personal trainer for $50 or more a session, when the expertise of our sports medicine team for less than $35 a session? This program is individually designed to help athletes improve speed, agility, and power specific to their sport. Athletes today need a competitive edge to stand out and compete at the next level. Enhance your skills and become a better, faster, stronger athlete with our program. Each session includes individual evaluation for injury prevention and sport specific skills. The final evaluation is to assess the growth in strength, skills, and provide progressions for home exercise.
12 sessions (2 sessions per week), 60 minutes each

Injury Bridging/Return to Sport

Our group of orthopaedic physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapists work together to assist athletes in bridging the gap from injury to activity by increasing strength and agility. This program is individually designed with specific strength and agility exercises specific to the athlete’s needs. This program is designed to continue the high level of rehabilitation after physical therapy services have ended and the athlete has been cleared by their physician to return to sports. The final visit includes an evaluation and assessment in strength, skills, and progression to home exercise program to get the athlete back in the game with confidence.
12 sessions (2 sessions per week), 60 minutes each