Manual Orthopedic Physical Therapy is proud to work with the Southwest Sports Wellness Foundation (SWSWF) to provide services to high school athletes throughout the area.
SWSWF was founded in 2010 with the goal of assisting under-served areas of the Chula Vista community. It offers a variety of services to the local community by partnering with doctors, physical therapists, and other professionals to improve access to healthcare services for student athletes.
Together with MOPT and other professionals throughout the area, SWSWF has screened, treated, and trained hundreds of athletes, while providing rehabilitation and guidance that would otherwise not be available to members of the community.
Services provided include:
- High school sports screening assessments
- Free high school sports injury clinics
- ATCs for high school sports programs
- Development Training
- Scholarship Opportunities
Helping Our Community
Through our partnership with SWSWF, MOPT is able to host injury clinics at our Eastlake office every Saturday morning during the football season. Services are provided at no cost to students of the Sweetwater Union High School District, enabling them to get quick, affordable access to quality healthcare.
Assessments are performed by an athletic trainer, physical therapist, and/or a physician with the goal of diagnosing and treating athletes so they can return to the field safely and in a timely manner.
In addition, annual pre-participation sports screening assessments and exams (PPE) are offered at a low cost to athletes in the Sweetwater Union High School District. With this exam, students are able to participate in sports and co-curricular activities throughout the school year.
Learn more about our partnership with the Southwest Sports Wellness Foundation, including specific PPE and injury clinic appointment times, by calling one of our offices today.
“"The turning point came a few weeks after I started seeing physical therapist Curtis Hill at Manual Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Curtis was always pushing me to the limit and I came back stronger than ever."”— Diego Rodriguez, Montgomery High School