content-picRehabilitation 2 Performance (R2P) is a community of “change-makers” with a shared goal of solving the burgeoning health care crisis associated with the widespread physical inactivity epidemic. Our mission is to create a network of clinicians, scientists, and exercise professionals focused on encouraging activity, health, disability management, and injury prevention.

The R2P network provides cutting edge activity-based services interacting with patients, athletes, and the general public.  R2P strives to bridge the gap between rehab and performance by applying contemporary clinical approaches in pain management, restoring human function, and promoting wellness/fitness. It’s expert panel promotes re-activation, independent functioning in those with chronic disabilities or handicaps, and performance enhancement in sport, art, and life.

R2P embodies the growing evidence for The Functional Approachoffering DesignedtoMovean alternative from the traditional mindset, which under-emphasizes the role of activity in health, independence, and durability. R2P is a new CHAMPION member of "Designed to Move" an international effort led by Nike & ACSM to stem the tide or our "inactivity crisis"

The International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists (ISCRS) is a multidisciplinary professional society serving as the clinical arm of R2P.  The R2P network is comprised of the ISCRS, Allied-Health members, and R2P student clubs.  These 3 groups share common goals and principles, uniting them to provide cutting edge activity/exercise advice and services across the entire health & fitness spectrum.
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patients-pictureA community of “changemakers” solving the burgeoning health care crisis associated with the widespread physical inactivity epidemic.


professionals-picTo create a network of clinicians, scientists and exercise professionals, as a means to encourage health, disability management, and injury prevention.

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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. He founded ISCRS in 2002 (with Drs. Jon … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

Darcy Norman
Performance Data

Darcy Norman PT, ATC, CSCS Performance Coach: EXOS and Fitness Coach and Performance Analyst for the German National Soccer Team 2014 World Cup Champions R2P is proud to have one of our ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS, Darcy share his insights on … Continue reading

Coach Boyle at an MBSC staff meeting.
Mike Boyle’s Rationale for the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat

The original question to Mike Boyle: what is your view on training squats and why is the split squat better, also why with youth athletes may bilateral squats be beneficial? The question of why we don’t squat has both simple and complex … Continue reading

Considerations for Foot and Ankle Conditions

When first starting to practice I felt I had a great deal of tools to use to help my patients.  However, I feel very fortunate to have continued to pursue knowledge and skills to better serve my patients.  One of … Continue reading