Point Performance is a physical medicine and physical therapy practice in Bethesda, Maryland. It combines the highest level of musculoskeletal care with a comprehensive, coordinated approach to treatment that puts your physical needs first.
We provide a full range of services for your physical care—both medical and non-medical—to restore and enhance your function without surgery. Our office includes a state-of-the-art physical therapy studio, medical acupuncture and therapeutic massage suites, as well as consulting and private treatment rooms. Point Performance is conveniently located just three miles from I-495 in Bethesda, Maryland. Free parking is just steps from the door.
We are among the region’s most respected musculoskeletal specialists and expert diagnosticians. That makes Point Performance the place to begin for getting help with your sprains, strains, arthritis and joint, neck or back pain. We are the go-to source for people who want to take physical activity and athletic performance to a new level and for those who want maximum recovery after surgery, an accident or illness. We welcome patients with chronic or complex pain.
You will find that we take the time to really understand your problem and medical history. We listen and ask thoughtful questions. Careful attention characterizes our approach from assessment and diagnosis through your treatment and therapies. Count on us to be with you every step of the way.
Point Performance Medicine and Point Performance Therapy are committed to providing equal care to all patients, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, physical ability or attributes, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
Dr. Mark D. Klaiman, MD
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Dr. Haim S. Hechtman, DPT
Monday – Thursday 7am – 7pm
Friday 7am – 5pm,
Saturday 8am – 1pm
“When I learned that my two favorite practitioners—who gave me back a normal, pain-free life—were joining their practices I thought, what a winner…..”
– Jane Stanley
Chronic exertional compartment syndrome is one of the most common causes of pain, numbness, and foot drop, most often seen in runners.
Hip arthritis is one of the most common causes of groin pain in patients. To diagnose it, we can use ultrasound. Ultrasound
The Tenex procedure is a non-surgical option that effectively treats persistent tendon injuries. This procedure is also known as percutaneous needle tenotomy