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TRUE SPORT CARE

If you have had unsuccessful treatment in the past from Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, or Medical Doctors, then you deserve to find out what is truly causing your issue.  The Doctors at True Sport Care use a unique approach and explore the entire kinetic chain to correct the muscle imbalances creating the condition.  Rarely is the sight of pain the driving force of the problem.  

Conditions successfully treated in our office:

  • Achilles Tendonopathy
  • Ankle Sprain
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Patellar-Femoral Syndrome (Runners Knee)
  • Cervical Pain
  • Lumbar Pain
  • Hip Pain (FAI) 
  • Hamstring Strain
  • IT Band (Iliotibial Band) Syndrome
  • Lateral Epicondylosis (Tennis Elbow)
  • Medial Epicondylosis (Golfers Elbow)
  • Rotator Cuff Injury
  • Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

By Appt. Only

Thursday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Athletes

  • "Thanks to True Sport Care for always taking care of me when I come home, helping me stay healthy!"
    TOBIAS HARRIS, NBA PLAYER, LA CLIPPERS
  • "They are fantastic. Unlike other chiropractic offices that try to get you to max out your insurance with visits three times a week, they actually analyze your movement and teach you how to strengthen and stretch on your own. They truly listen and try to figure out which muscle groups may be weak and contributing to imbalances, causing pain. I would highly recommend them!"
    Sara M.
  • "I've had neck and shoulder pain for a long time. A neighbor recommended True Sport Care and the rest is history. Dr. Dan is amazing even though I know my session will be painful. I know the next day I will feel incredible."
    Laura Vazquez-Gonzalez
  • ""Dr. Taczanowski played an instrumental role in my personal success over the course of the past season. His Olympic caliber skill set coupled with his passion for performance and acute understanding of an elite athlete's body were a major factors in my team's ability to double medal in Sochi." Thanks for everything, Marc. You were a huge part of our success and I will be forever grateful."
    Steve Langton 3X Olympian
  • "I am a runner, a triathlete and an acute care physical therapist. My body takes a pounding day by day. Whenever I need my back looked at or hip taken care of, I go to Marc and Hope. I remember when I was pregnant and needed some assistance with a back spasm, I knew I could trust Marc and Hope. I was able to get through the rest of my pregnancy while working and training without difficulty. They use techniques that are effective and get you back to your life as quick as possible. What attracted me to their practice was the fact they don't crack backs; they treat the body as a whole. Thanks Marc and Hope for giving me my life back!"
    Christina Berliant, PT
  • "Marc is the absolute best overall therapist I have ever worked with. His knowledge and personal interest that he has with each individual surpasses any professional in his field. It was an honor to have him with our team as he aided in our success."
    Noelle Pikus-Pace - Olympic Silver Medalist, 2014
  • "The Doctors at True Sport Care are truly exceptional. Their philosophy is the head and educate their patients. The care that I have received has enabled me to stay active and to improve my overall quality of life."
    Christopher McKenna

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