Dr. Taylor has one goal in life- to help people get out of pain, move better, and let them to conquer their fitness goals. He is a long time member of CrossFit New Albany where he enjoys his weekly strength training and WODs, even if they do crush his soul just a little bit.
He started Competitive Edge Physical Therapy and Performance because of the poor physical therapy he has seen CrossFitters, weightlifters, and athletes receive at other clinics, and insurance companies preventing the holistic care they need and deserve. He enjoys providing the highest quality care to these people so they can avoid the vicious cycle of pain, limitation, and missing time in the gym so they can move better and conquer their fitness goals.
Dr. Taylor is certified in dry needling, and is also certified in “Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete” through the Institute of Clinical Excellence. Throughout 3 extensive courses, he developed a deep understanding of analyzing, correcting, coaching, and rehabbing CrossFitters, weightlifters, and athletes alike.
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We treat all types of orthopedic and sports medicine conditions of the body including shoulder, arm, back, hip, knee, ankle, and more!
NOPE! Ohio is a Direct Access state, which means you do not need a physician referral for physical therapy. Being the movement and body expert, I can effectively determine if your condition warrants further follow-up with your physician.
Every session will be 60 minutes. During this time I am 100% invested in helping you reach your goals and getting you back to your active lifestyle.
Competitive Edge Physical Therapy and Performance is an out of network clinic, meaning we do not directly bill your insurance company. This way we can provide the treatments we determine will get you better, not what your insurance dictates. A superbill can be provided upon request to be submitted to your insurance company for possible reimbursement directly to you.
Wear clothes which allow you to move freely and allows access to the body part being treated (shorts for any lower body injury and a tank/t-shirt) as well as proper footwear (tennis shoes, lifting shoes, etc).