Physical pain brings many patients through our door for the first time. Our ability to go beyond relieving that pain to helping patients reach their highest level of physical function and performance makes us unique. We coordinate leading-edge services—both medical and non-medical—for healing and building your physical strength, movement and flexibility. A personalized approach to treatment helps realize your optimal physical health and quality of life—without surgery.
Do you have a recent sprain, strain or injury? Are you looking for relief from arthritis or other chronic pain? Are you athletically active and interested in preventing injury or moving to a higher level of performance? Do you simply want to regain lost strength and flexibility to do everyday activities you enjoy without pain? If you answer “yes” to any one of these questions, we can help.
First, we listen. We ask questions and learn about you, what you love to do and what gets in the way of your doing it. By spending time—right from the start—we begin a working partnership that is the first step in relieving pain and restoring your physical function. Then, working closely with you and your referring physicians, we craft a personalized Point Performance Treatment Plan that is the roadmap to achieving your goals. Learn more about medical acupuncture and rehabilitation services at Point Performance Medicine. Read more about physical therapy services and sports therapy at Point Performance Therapy.
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