American Health & Performance Center is the official USA Training center for the Hiro 3.0 laser, which is currently used to treat many professional athletes including the Los Angeles Clippers!
At American Health & Performance Center a patient-centered approach focuses on the patient rather than the disease. The patient is considered to be indispensable and ultimately responsible for the maintenance of their own health status, thus showing (not just telling) the patient how to have and maintain proper health is our focus.
American Health & Performance Center is dedicated to being an innovator in the treatment of non-surgical lower back pain and sciatica. Our constant search for the latest technology to help our patients get out of pain and back to function in the least amount of time possible, resulted in the addition of the FDA cleared Spinal Decompression technology.
Injury and Sport Specific Exercise
At American Health & Performance Center we optimize performance by properly addressing joint biomechanics. Our performance enhancing experience gives you the edge you need to be the athlete you want to be.
- Swedish Stone Therapy
- Deep Tissue
Post Surgical Rehabilitation
At American Health & Performance Center we understand that sometimes surgery is the only option. However, you do have options with regard to post operative care. Our experience dealing with professional athletes has lead to pioneering quick, less painful, and faster recovery protocols. When you need to go through surgery it is important to have a knowledgeable team that can work alongside you and your surgeon to help answer any questions or concerns you may have in your post surgical rehabilitation process.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field
The PEMF technology works to create balance within the cells depolarization potential. Studies using the PEMF show that this technology may actually normalize this potential, stimulating a repair response to occur within the cell.
Ozone was used for the first time to disinfect operating rooms in 1856 and subsequently for water treatment in 1860. It is used to treat battle wounds and other infections during World War I (Bocci, 1996; Bocci, 2006). After the turn of the century, interest began to focus on the uses of ozone in medical therapy. However, it was not until 1932 that ozone was seriously studied by the scientific community, when ozonated water was used as a disinfectant by dentist E.A. Fisch. One of his patients, surgeon Erwin Payr, along with physician P. Aubourg, was the first medical doctor to apply ozone gas through rectal insufflations to treat mucous colitis and fistulae (Bocci, 2006). Major ozonated autohemotherapy was first described in 1954 and consist of ex vivo exposing human blood to a gas mixture composed of therapeutic oxygen and ozone for a short time followed by reinfusion in the donor (Bocci, 2011)
To help reduce pain and suffering in the world, while at the same time increasing consciousness.