Caleb Coe, PT, DPT, CSCS
We offer ACL rehab and return to sport training. Our program is designed to return you to the field or court better than before your injury.
avg. rehabilitation yearly
Big Cat Performance & Physical Therapy
ACL Professionals / Physical Therapist / Caleb Coe, PT, DPT, CSCS
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About Caleb Coe, PT, DPT, CSCSCaleb was a multi sport athlete in high school and played college football which really ignited his passion for sports performance and rehab. Caleb's passion started out with an obsession for maximizing athletic performance which quickly evolved into understanding how humans move and rehab. This led to him starting his own business during PT school so he could get more experience working with athletes. The mission of his company has alway been to blur the line between performance and rehab. Through his time in school he got to work with ACL patients and even helped lead a Bridge program for return to sport athletes. Through these experiences Caleb got to see first hand just how ill equipped our current system is for managing ACL patients. This motivated him to create a business and system where he could reach any patient regardless of location and give them high level care.
Caleb believes in treating the whole person when it comes to ACL rehab. Rehab is more than a massage and a couple exercises. It is about changing your lifestyle factors, supporting healing with your nutrition, challenging your mental fortitude, and developing healthy habits that you can take with you forever. This holistic approach to rehab has been missing in traditional physical therapy and is crucial for us moving forward in the rehab of ACL patients.
We look forward to working with you! Please feel free to reach out with any questions or book a discovery call to chat about what we offer!
“We believe ACLers deserve better than the status quo traditional therapy offers. ”
- 2019 - Big Cat Performance
Memberships of professional organizations
- 2020 - National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
- 2019 - Effects of Altering a Combined Foot Progression and Trunk Lean Angle Metric on Varus Knee Torque using Inertial Measurement Unit Biofeedback: A Feasibility Study”