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Individualized training 

First session free


$35 per hr 

$25 per half hr

$60 for one on one hr session

Walk in high intensity 

circuit coming soon


Team training available 

6-12 athletes 

$10 per athlete 

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Derek graduated from South Charleston High School in 1998. While there, he played football, basketball, and baseball and gained interest in sports medicine after sustaining a few injuries. At

this point he gained an Involvement Scholarship to the University of Charleston where he attained

a BS in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training in 2002 and was top among all alumni in clinical hours logged. In 2009 Derek attained his MS in Athletic Training/Performance Enhancement from California University of Pennsylvania along with the Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).


Derek was the assistant athletic trainer at WVSU (West Virginia State University) from 2002 -2007 where he worked under mentor Rick Ray. During that time Derek had a brief stint with Kanawha Valley PT in Dunbar from 2005-2007 also where he was a staff therapist. At this point Derek moved onto Dynamic PT where he worked with patients and was the head athletic trainer at Charleston Catholic High School. When Derek left for Pittsburgh, he worked at UPMC with local high schools as an athletic trainer and then was a GA at California University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation he moved back to Charleston and resumed my position at Dynamic PT, covering both Charleston Catholic High School and Nitro High School. In 2012 Derek started A-Game Sports Performance, where we acquired contracts to cover South Charleston High School, Nitro High School, and St. Albans High School as well as developing a high level, individualized training program for athletes. During this time Derek also was an adjunct professor at WVSU where he taught CPR, Sports Medicine, and Fitness for Living.






“Bridge” programs are the division of performance enhancement that deal with the transition of injured athletes from physical therapy and corrective/restorative exercise back to the plyometric and explosive requirements of their sport, under the direction and education of both physical therapists and performance enhancement specialists in concert. All too often, athletes competing in sport that requires specific and explosive movements are not prepared to return to competition. The modern bridge program will continue to progress the therapist’s treatment program into the realm of sports specific and maximally plyometric movement as well as addressing any problematic precursors that may have contributed to the injury initially

Injury prevention

Injury prevention is the division of performance enhancement concerning the preparation of athletes for the specific physical forces of their sport. We combine individualized postural concerns of the athlete with the fundamental movement patterns involved in their sport, the most commonly injured structures encountered in their sport, and the most common mechanisms for these injuries to create a program that will defend against them. Programming involves increases in mobility


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