The Training House Difference
Our goal is not to return you to “normal” function but instead to “optimal” function. Training House Physical Therapy was created to address one of the largest problems within sports medicine: the gap between rehab and performance training. Typically, when rehab ends, clients are left in a void- unsure of how exactly to progress back to their sport/life and with no guidance. Training House utilizes a continuum of rehab and performance and excels at bridging the gap and guiding you through the process. The Training House PT team is comprised of doctors of physical therapy who specialize in orthopedics, elite sports performance, and manual therapy. All members of the team have advanced certifications and training. We work together with the high-level strength coaches at Training House to seamlessly bridge your transition back to optimal function.
Our clients range from middle and high school athletes, to adults looking to get back to fitness, and anyone recovering from an injury, as well as weekend warriors, military operatives, and professional athletes from many sports.
We work with any client/patient who is trying to eliminate pain and maximize their function.
Recover From Injury/Surgery
Our team prioritizes your recovery to relieve pain and restore function, while also addressing the causative factors that led to the injury/surgery in the first place. We treat patients who have already had surgery as well as those who have a non-operative injury. We also specialize in vertigo/dizziness treatment and high-level concussion management and return to play.
Maximize Performance and Injury Prevention
Even if you don’t have an acute injury, you can see our physical therapy team to improve performance. Our experts are trained to recognize improper movement patterns, imbalances, and compensations that impact how you move, perform, and excel. Come see our team to become injury-proof and elevate your play to the next level.
Frank Rosenthal PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Dr. Frank Rosenthal runs the Training House Physical Therapy Clinic and works to develop and implement athlete recovery programs. Frank and the physical therapy team work with active adults and athletes of all levels, developing movement-based rehabilitative programs and return to sport conditioning. Frank uses his expertise in functional movement biomechanics to optimize performance in his patients. In addition, he specializes in treating athletes returning from concussion and vestibular impairment. He works with a variety of professional and Paralympic athletes to maximize performance and recover from injury. Frank regularly lectures in the PT program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and is a clinical instructor for PT students. He was a 4 year rower for Bucknell and is the head coach of the Calvert Hall rowing team.
Justin Gittings, PT, DPT, SFMA-Lv1
Justin specializes in movement-based rehabilitation, biomechanical evaluation in sports, and strength/conditioning programs. Dr. Gittings works with the Training House collegiate and high school sports teams, addressing injury prevention and sports performance. Recently, Justin has been developing specialized training programs for lumbar and shoulder conditions to decrease pain and return to a healthy lifestyle. Justin works with various athletes, strength coaches, and athletic teams on performing sport-specific evaluations and implementing corrective strategies for rehabilitation or prevention on injury. He is also Functional Movement System(FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA trained) trained.
Deanna Ballard, PT Tech
Deanna is an Exercise Science student at Towson University. Upon graduation she intends to attend school to become a Physician’s Assistant and a Registered Dietitian. Deanna was a goalkeeper for Towson’s Women’s soccer team and now coaches for Baltimore Union. She enjoys working with athletes and coaching footwork skills.
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