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Larry Warnock. LMT
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The Center for Health & Athletic Performance, LLC
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Current Job Description
Licensed sportsmasssage therapist, trigger point therapist, nutritional counseling and sports psychology; stress managemenet workshops (CHILL TIME) and conditioning manuals. Also Executive Director of The Student/Athlete Educational Foundation, Inc. and a member of the Faculty at Tufts University
Past Job Experience
Work wtih high school and college athletes; attended several summer olympics as therapist; Asst. Commissioner of Rehabilitation, Commonwealth of Mass: professor at Tufts University; former asst. professor at Assumption College; National President, Counseling Association, Editorial Board Member, Journal of Professional Massage
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Helping Athletes Thrive

For the past 25+ years, I have been working with high school and college athletes through my sportsmassage and related services. As a trigger point therapist, I help athletes avoid injuries by identifying triggers early. If an injury does occur...and trigger points account for 75% of most athletic injuries...the injury can be healed more quickly and completely than with just traditional services such as stim, ultra sound and ice.

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This summer many high school and college athletes have been coming to my clinic with a variety of injuries. Many of these injuries have occurred in the various gyms where these guys work out. Most of them have chosen, probably because of the bad economy, to work out on their own rather than attending a program where personal trainers and others can supervise.

Unfortunately, many of these athletes have been listening to the 'roid heads that hang out in these places....hence the…


Posted on July 17, 2010 at 4:30pm


To me, there is no one on the planet who is more stressed out than a high school or college student/athlete...except maybe the coach. While stress begins as mental "trash talk", it eventually becomes a physical issue. Muscles tighten because of stress; focus is altered; hormones start pumping and you end up with an injued or unhappy athlete. For the most part, we professionals do not pay enough attention to this stress situation.

As a sport psychologist and massage…


Posted on July 15, 2010 at 7:00pm

Traditional and Complimentary Therapies - a Battle

As a clinical and sports massage therapist, my clients are comprised primarily of high school and college athletes as well as others suffering from a variety of chronic conditions.

Athletes usually come to me on their…


Posted on July 13, 2010 at 3:49pm

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At 5:41pm on January 16, 2012, Phil Hartt, CSCS said…

You explained what a warmup is for perfectly!  I'm interested in what your routine consists of.  I'm still fairly new to this realm and just want to learn as much as possible.  Thanks!

At 1:36pm on October 27, 2010, Brad Kingsbury said…
Thanks for the add Larry!
At 7:17pm on July 13, 2010, Michael said…
Doc- I remember you from all the Reading kids all the way back to Chris Dyment. Summer is busy. Lets plan to meet in the fall.
At 7:47pm on July 11, 2010, Michael said…
Would love to meet. Where is your office?
At 1:10pm on July 10, 2010, Art Horne said…
check out the basketball page on and let me know if you'd like to write an article on massage

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