Sports Performance Services
- Athletic training
- Concussion management
- CSCS (Certified Strength Conditioning Specialists)
- SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment)
- Learn More: SFMA is a clinical model used to assist diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders by identifying dysfunctions in movement patterns.
- FMS (Functional Movement Screen)
- Learn More: FMS is a screening tool used to evaluate seven fundamental movement patterns in individuals with no current pain complaint or musculoskeletal injury. FMS is not intended to diagnose orthopedic problems but rather to demonstrate opportunities for improved movement in individuals.
Sports Performance Training Sessions
Sessions focus on strength training, injury prevention, speed, agility and power.
Call 260-724-2145, ext. 11036, for the latest Sports Performance Training dates. All training sessions are held in the Worthman Fitness Center. Please use the Rehab entrance at Adams Memorial Hospital.
Dates and Times:
Monday & Wednesday:
Tuesday & Thursday:
Ages 8-12…9:30am-10:30am & 12-1pm
Sports Performance Training Session Costs:
$65/month-two weekly sessions ($20 per additional sibling)
$40/month-one weekly session ($10 additional sibling)
All our trainers are certified in Functional Movement Screens.
Meet the Team
Our sports performance team is comprised of experts who can help athletes recover from injuries, develop strength and condition routines, prepare for an upcoming sports season and much more. Get to know the team.
Sarah Conrad, NBC-HWC, MES, CSCS
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Pain Free Performance Specialist
Sarah is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach/Pain Free Performance Specialist who enjoys working with athletes to improve their motor control, speed, agility, strength, and power. She is also a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach who works with clients to make lifestyle changes to overcome obesity, diabetes, sedentary lifestyles, poor nutrition, chronic stress and distracted minds. Sarah has worked for Adams Memorial Hospital for 6 years and has taught numerous weight-loss and exercise classes over the past 12 years. Her certifications include Certified Health and Wellness Coach, ACE Certified Health Coach, ACE Certified Medical Exercise Specialist, and Certified in Functional Movement Screens.
Connor Apple, BS, CSCS, CPT, PPSC
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer & Pain Free Performance Specialist
Connor graduated in 2017 from Tennessee Tech University with his bachelors in exercise science. Once graduated, he began personal training where he worked with a wide variety of individual skill sets, ages and abilities. His clientele has consisted of individuals seeking to improve sport & job performance, movement intolerances/limitations, posture imbalances, body composition as well as clientele diagnosed with diabetes, autism, bone disorders, and spinal complications. Connor is also a certified pain free performance specialist, which allows him to uncover potential injury risks and optimize his client’s fitness and performance around the common presence of pain, dysfunction and injuries.
Anthony Hammond, MOT, OTR, CHT
Certified Hand Therapist
Registered Occupational Therapist
Anthony is certified in Functional Movement Screens. Anthony began his career at Adams Health Network in 2016. He works with diverse populations, both at the hospital and at Adams Woodcrest, including pediatric, adult and geriatric patients. He also works with a wide variety of diagnoses, such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, cardiac and pulmonary conditions and musculoskeletal conditions such as pain, arthritis and fractures. In 2021, Anthony became a certified hand therapist, making him among the few certified in Adams County.
Luke Laskowski, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Luke is certified in dry needling, Functional Movement Screens & Champion Sports Performance. Luke enjoys working with patients from a variety of backgrounds and different medical conditions. He uses a manual therapy approach in combination with therapeutic exercise to help restore and correct movement dysfunction.