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A golfer will see the greatest improvement by surrounding themselves with a team of experts. Steve Conca and Daril Pacinella are those experts.
The most efficient swing is not the same for every golfer, because efficiency is unique to their body. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened. This screen involves an assessment of swing mechanics and biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, and flexibility .
Once the initial consultation is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer. The plan may include golf specific functional training, physical therapy, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics, nutrition, mental strategy or a combination of all of the above. Take your game to the next level with the most highly sought after professionals in their respected professions.
In the sports and fitness industry, Steve Conca has that rare blend of knowledge, training and passion that truly places him in the top of this field. You can be sure that you will get everything that you are looking for and more with Steve. When I refer clients to Steve and Conca Sport and Fitness, I know that they will be receiving the most up to date methods for fitness and athletic performance that are both motivating and effective. What’s more, as a physician, I know that clients will be pushed to their optimal levels while still remaining in their safety zone and personal limits. Steve has the skills and training to take care of my clients independent of age or fitness level…from the athletic pro to the average Joe. Steve and his team at CSF truly are some of the best kept fitness secrets in our area. Check out CSF…and spread the news of this exceptional sport and fitness experience.
– Dr. Chris Keroack, MD, IFMCP
Christopher Keroack, MD, knows that optimal health and balanced living is a realistic goal for every human being at every stage of life. Because of this, he is dedicated to assisting his patients in reaching their full potential in order to pursue life to the fullest. Dr. Keroack guides patients through foundational and practical approaches to health that focus on dietary guidelines, activity regimens, stress management and sleep management that are personally and specifically designed for each patient. Each personalized health and wellness plan takes into account the five foundational imbalances:
I am extremely pleased to give my full personal and professional endorsement to the Steve Conca, owner of Conca Sport & Fitness. I have had opportunities to work in professional athletics as well as in the foremost training facilities in this country including the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. I can say without reservation that the work, dedication, and philosophy used by Coach Conca is among the best I have seen when it comes to a full service holistic approach to personal training and strength & conditioning. I have had the opportunity to work with Steve Conca with both teams and individual athletes, and I am always pleased with the results. I recently published the book, “Athletic Body in Balance”, and not only does Steve adhere to the philosophy and technology put forth in the book, I used Steve’s programs as a resource to help develop the philosophy and refine the exercises published in my book. This guy gets the job done!
Steve Conca is an incredible asset to our sporting community. I worked with Steve for several years and have sent a wide variety of patients to him, from competitive athletes to adult patients looking for weight loss and fitness. We have long been in need of a way to transition athletes from rehab to the “real world” of their sport. Injured athletes recover very well with the help of traditional physical therapy, but they frequently need a “higher level” of training/coaching in order to effectively return to their sport. I have seen dramatic results with patient after patient, using the services of Coach Conca.
Many of my referrals have been patients with recurrent overuse-type injuries. These patients often have the same injury year after year. With the help of the Functional Movement Screen, Coach Conca is often able to detect the inefficient movement patterns that seem to be at the root for these recurrent injuries. Most importantly, he is able to correct the underlying movement problem so that the injuries no longer occur. Injury prevention is another key component of Coach Conca’s programming. Female athletes, for example, who are at higher risk for ACL injury, can reduce their risk by undergoing the sport-specific strength and flexibility training. Whether you are a middle school or high school athlete, a professional athlete, or simply an avid exerciser wanting to improve your performance and decrease your injury risk, I strongly recommend Steve Conca.
– Mike Hilts, MD, Piedmont Orthopedics, Greensboro, NC
Since I became Head Coach of the Cathedral Hockey Team, this was the first year that our players had an injury free season. I saw the difference in their strength, speed and physical play. The training at Conca’s made a big difference and we will be back this summer.
– Brian Foley, Cathedral Hockey – Head Coach, Springfield, MA
I have worked with Mr. Steve Conca for the past 10 years and have found his services invaluable to my patients. I have a very busy sports medicine practice and utilized Steve’s expertise to help get my athletes back on the field safely and keep my adult patients strong and fit. He worked closely with my physical therapy staff to take over where they left off, overseeing sport performance and fitness programs. His clients were very pleased with his care. I believe that his approach to fitness and athletic performance as well as injury prevention is integral to a well rounded sports medicine program and strength and conditioning program. I would highly recommend his services.
– Robert Wainer, MD, Murphy Wainer Orthopedics, Greensboro, NC
Just wanted to give you an update and let you know how Sam did this year in his first year of high school baseball. First, he was the only freshman to make the JV baseball team. He was the starting shortstop and the number 2 pitcher to begin the season. During the year he developed into quite the good player. He ended up the season with 4 wins one loss and one save pitching. By the end of the season he was batting in the number 4 position (clean up) and his end of year batting average was somewhere around the .400 mark. He worked extremely hard to achieve his goal of making the JV team. We are very proud of Sam and what he has accomplished. I just wanted to thank you for the work you’ve done with him and tell you how much we appreciate it. And by the way, at the time of this email he has been called up to join the varsity baseball team for their division one playoffs. Again only freshman and one of only a few JV players to make the jump. Thanks again for all you do.
– Jay Doucette, President, West Side Wildcats Baseball