Performance Therapy was created 23 years ago in 1997 to fill a void in the Carolina health care community — to help individuals find permanent answers to their pain!
Too many practitioners are satisfied with the model of signing their patients up for a lifetime of monthly or weekly treatments. We, on the other hand, are a results based health care facility. That means that telling you to keep coming back to our office for the rest of your life is not good enough. Our goal is to permanently resolve your sport and overuse injuries and not just give quick, temporary fixes.
We work with an unrelenting commitment to returning our patients to health with accurate treatment. We do this by utilizing a Test-Treat-Retest process. This way, we see the difference, and you feel the difference! We offer a patient centered experience in a results driven environment.
Patients deserve better care than what they have come to expect, and that is what we deliver in our office! So if you’re tired of paying for weekly non fixing therapies, give us the opportunity to offer you real solutions.
Our goal is to provide the most effective therapy at a fair price. The measure of our success will be found in the trust we build and in the hearts of those we heal so that people will move better, feel better and live better.
If you or someone you know is struggling with chronic pain, we want to see you at Performance Therapy. Contact us today.
"I began competing in 1973. Covering more than 80,000 miles in training and competing in five US Olympic Trials, such long-term wear and tear means I now require a lot of recovery support to remain competitive. I stretch. I ice. I use a foam roller; however, the single biggest factor I have found in avoiding chronic injuries is regular body work with Brad McKay at Performance Therapy SC. He is diligent in understanding my biomechanical needs as a racewalker and has solved a long-term hamstring problem I developed from the constant turns in track races. This allowed me to set a US Master's indoor (50-54) record for the Mile racewalk in March, 2013 at 7:09. Whether you are injured or simply need to maintain supple muscles to excel in your event, I recommend a series of sessions with Brad."
Track and Field