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Rehab 2 Performance

R2P & ISCRS

Rehabilitation 2 Performance (R2P) is a nationally recognized organization that brings together a network of like-minded professionals and leaders in the fields of chiropractic, physical therapy, traditional medicine, exercise physiology, kinesiology, strength and conditioning and physical training to encourage and promote health, disability management and injury prevention. R2P aims to educate and further advance the ideals of The Functional Approach, which focuses on evidence-based training and healthcare.

R2P, a Champion member of NIKE, Inc. and the American College of Sports Medicine’s program “Designed to Move,” focuses on a sustainable approach to therapy and activity, aimed to increase quality of life, the health of future generations and overall human performance. Rehab 2 Performance believes we are designed to move, and advocates the program’s mission as it strives to increase activity across the country.

Once you become part of the R2P community, you’ll experience an unparalleled level of care; connect with an incredible network of experts in their fields; and gain expansive knowledge from certification classes and experienced professionals. 

Clinicians and trainers are invited to earn their certification in The Functional Approach and become a Certified Member of Rehab to Performance. Members must complete one year of general membership prior to becoming certified.

The International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists (ISCRS), the clinical arm of R2P, focuses on the practice of formal rehabilitation. Explore more about ISCRS.

Latest News

  • Rehab2Performance: The Next Generation - 6.5.2016

    Craig Liebenson, DC has resigned his duties on the ISCRS/R2P steering committee to 'pursue new projects.' He will continue to serve on the Advisory Council to support the long-term vision of R2P.

  • Spine flexion exercise: The issues affecting health and performance - 6.11.2015

    This short article is intended to address the confusion regarding the issue of spine flexion and the misquoting of our work on this topic. First, some general thoughts are addressed, followed with discussion of the mechanisms of athletic performance, injury resilience, and suggestions for designing training sessions.

  • McGill in Portland, OR - 2.15.2015

    PROFESSOR STUART MCGILL WILL BE IN PORTLAND AUGUST 7-8, 2015...

R2P Blog

Rehab2Performance: The Next Generation

Craig Liebenson, DC has resigned his duties on the ISCRS/R2P steering committee to 'pursue new projects.' He will continue to serve on the Advisory Council to support the long-term vision of R2P. Read more

PTs vs Chiros

Advisory Council Member thoughts on the PT vs Chiro conversation... PT or Chiro? Chiro or PT? This is a question that I get asked almost on a daily basis by 3rd and 4th year university students who are interested in getting... Read more

Spine flexion exercise: The issues affecting health and performance

This short article is intended to address the confusion regarding the issue of spine flexion and the misquoting of our work on this topic. First, some general thoughts are addressed, followed with discussion of the mechanisms of athletic performance, injury resilience, and suggestions for designing training sessions. Read more