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From lecture series and career days at schools to hosting courses and producing our own educations seminars, Rehab 2 Perform has a strong passion for continuing our education and spreading our knowledge to those in the local community and partners in the medical world.

This year we will be hosting a number of Continuing Educational courses at our facilities and R2P Seminars presented by our staff. Check out the details below and click on the links to register!

Are you looking for us to host an event? Or want one of our therapists to come speak at your school or event? Please contact or business operations manager Matt Cornell, 

R2P Fall Seminar

The date is set for our Fall Seminar! Join us November 10th at our Germantown location as our expert staff breaks down the R2P core principles and foundations that have set our standard in transitioning patients from REHAB 2 PERFORMANCE. This seminar will reveal the how and our why when it comes to rehabbing athlete and active adult populations.

Two case studies (ACL and Hamstring Tendinopathy) will be highlighted as our DPTs outline key methodology utilized day in and day out leading clients to optimal recovery. The final portion of the day will involve a lab providing insight into the bio-motor and locomotive continuum for athletic preparedness and readiness.

This seminar will be highly valuable for all health and wellness professionals including, but not limited to: physical therapists, chiropractors, personal trainers, performance coaches, athletic trainers, sport coaches, physicians and more!

Earn Continuing Education credits (8 hours) through ACSM, APTA, NASM and NSCA.  

If you missed our R2P Spring Seminar this past April make sure you check out the highlights HERE! The seminar featured dynamic, educational sessions featuring current concepts in the world of rehabilitation and performance.


January 26&27, 2019 at R2P GERMANTOWN: Rocktape - Fascial Movement Taping, Level 1 


The FMT certifications are designed for therapists and practitioners who want to further their understanding of human movement. FMT Basic addresses theories and applications for rehab, posture, edema and sports performance. FMT Performance builds on FMT Basic concepts, with an emphasis on myofascial pathways, movement therapy and performance enhancement.