Quite simply, we are different.
We specialize in treating competitive athletes with lower extremity injuries and have a special interest in ACL rehab and prevention.
We will provide the most effective rehab experience available centered around the unique needs, motivations, and goals of the competitive athlete from post-injury to FULL return to play.
We are committed to physical therapy practice supported by most current scientific research &
grounded in the best educational practices.
The Laurus Difference
1-on-1 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. No aides or PTAs.
Completely customized rehab plan built specific to the unique needs of your sport, position, or event.
Access and use of one of the most technologically-advanced physical therapy facilities in the nation and built specifically for the competitive athlete.
Athletic Setting & Proactive Philosophy - you will be pushed. (You are also expected to do your part!)
Rehab is directed by the needs of the patient, not the needs of an insurance company. For this reason, we do NOT bill through insurance.
$120 (approx 60 min)
Return to Competition Assessment:
Approximately 90 minutes
-Includes full Physical Therapy Evaluation & FULL biomechanics analysis with force plate and high speed motion capture.
Julie Eibensteiner PT, DPT, CSCS
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) - University of Minnesota
M.A. Kinesiology / Sport Psychology - University of Minnesota
B.S. Kinesiology - University of Minnesota
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) - NSCA
CPR Certified - American Heart Association
A License - United States Soccer Federation
Premier Diploma - National Soccer Coaches Association of America
National Goalkeeping License - United States Soccer Federation
National Youth License - United States Soccer Federation
Student Athlete - University of Minnesota, Soccer
Assistant Coach - Iowa State University, Soccer
Assistant Coach - Macalester College, Men's and Women's Soccer
Assistant Coach - University of St. Thomas, Women's Soccer (current)
Competitiveness and Perceived Competence in NCAA Division 1 Female Soccer Players (Master's Thesis)
A Clinical Commentary Advocating Caution with Major League Soccer Expansion (International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy)