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Locations

RU1: KEARNY MESA

3959 Ruffin Road 

Suite J

San Diego, CA 92123

P: (858) 279-5570

F: (858) 279-5303

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RU2: CARMEL VALLEY

3323 Carmel Mountain Road

Suite 200

San Diego, CA 92121

P: (858) 720-0991

F: (858) 720-0992

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RU3: LA MESA

8491 Fletcher Parkway

La Mesa, CA 91942

P: (619) 460-0137

F: (619) 460-0139

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RU4: ESCONDIDO

1955 Citracado Parkway

Suite 201

Escondido, CA 92029

P: (760) 294-6100

F: (760) 294-6101

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RU5: BONITA

3450 Bonita Road

Suite 105

Chula Vista, CA 91910

P: (619) 425-1084

F: (619) 425-1858

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RU6: POINT LOMA

3145 Rosecrans Street

Suite F

San Diego, CA 92110

P: (619) 223-7175

F: (619) 223-7030

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RU: SEATTLE

432 Northeast Ravenna Blvd

Unit 101

Seattle, WA 98115

P: (206) 524-4977

F: (206) 524-4340

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Are you an athlete dealing with a nagging injury? 

Are you tired of resting with NO signs of recovery? Are you tired of searching Google for rehab exercises with NO success? Are you desperate to know what's wrong and how to get back to your sport without pain?

If you can say "YES" to any of the following, then these e-books and the services we provide are right for you:

  • You've noticed an annoying ache or sharp pain at your knee, shoulder, or ankle for more than 7 days

  • You have severe pain that limits your ability to walk, squat or go up and downstairs

  • Your pain limits your running distance, speed, and performance

  • Your pain keeps you from performing at the highest level in your sport

  • You've experienced pain that keeps you from a full night of sleep

  • You value the enjoyment of exercise and strongly dislike the idea of being at rest

  • You would rather not take pain medication get cortisone injections for your pain

Just click the “Download E-Book” button above, provide your information, and you'll instantly receive the e-book by email.

Medical Disclaimer: All information provided on our website and in our e-books are intended for instructional and informational purposes only.

We are not responsible for any harm or injury that may result. Significant injury risk is possible if you do not follow due diligence and seek suitable professional advice about your injury. No guarantees of specific results are expressly made or implied by the content provided.

Are you a runner, hiker, skier/snowboarder, soccer player, or a recreational, amateur, or professional athlete who is currently frustrated by an injury, ache, or pain that just will not heal on its own? Then you are looking in the right place, as we are a clinic dedicated to helping athletes of all levels!

Sports injuries should be taken seriously─even the minor ones like ankle sprains. After all, being injured stops you from taking part in something that is very important to you, or could lead to a worse injury if not treated properly.

When analyzing a sport, running is essentially one of the most common core components. Whether you’ve injured a calf muscle while running, strained a hamstring while playing soccer or softball, have a painful Achilles, twisted a knee or sprained an ankle on the basketball court, or are suffering from runners’ knee, shin splints or the dreaded ITB Syndrome, our team of therapists at have surely seen and rehabilitated many athletes with your same injury. As a matter of fact, we've put together 7 Simple Tips to End Running Pain to help you get started. 

It’s no surprise to us that so many frustrated athletes are calling our clinic or walking through our doors asking for help. The reason is simple: most muscle and sports injuries can never heal properly if left alone. 

No sports injury will truly heal on its own with the “R.I.C.E Principle”: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Your pain will probably dissipate with this application, but we guarantee it hasn’t resolved the issue that caused your sports injury. The other issue we need to worry about that occurs with a sports injury is scar tissue that builds every day that you are resting, and is decreasing the mobility and function of the muscle or ligament, making it tight, stiff, inflexible and ready to tear again at any time. Unfortunately, this gets worse by the day and is the number one reason why most golfers, runners, soccer players, skiers, snowboarders, hikers, and tennis/pickleball players break down within weeks of starting up again.

The key to preventing or relieving the pain for your current running or sports injury is to get evaluated by a movement specialist, yes, a physical therapist, who has deep knowledge of the applied functional biomechanics of sports and sports injuries. When we evaluate athletes of any level, we are not only assessing your current symptoms but also the limitations that have led to your injury. This could involve anything from looking at how your foot interacts with the ground to how your hips and thoracic spine function in the three planes of motion during your sport. Once we have properly assessed you, this will then allow us to utilize our manual skills to loosen tight and restricted tissue, along with introducing the right sport-specific exercises to rehabilitate your injury. Upon completion of this process, you will see an improvement and it will happen fast. Everything that we suggest is geared towards you being active again in your sport without the fear of re-injury.

As a part of our many specialties, we provide treatment geared towards sports physical therapy, treating recreational, amateur, and professional athletes. In our eyes, everyone is an athlete. Some play the game of life that involves being active with family and friends, others play in a club, while some play at the highest level. We, as a team at Rehab United, apply our knowledge of functional biomechanics to treat not just your symptoms, but the root cause of your injury. 

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