Look How Far MOTUS Clients Go

Every athlete experiences an injury at one point in his or her career. It doesn’t have to be a season ending injury or even one with a length recovery, but you’d be hard pressed to find a pro or even a college player that puts their body on the line everyday and never felt the pain. Some injuries are more devastating than others, and like any athlete would tell you, athletic trainers and physical therapists are their best friends when the line between the two is thin.

Motus physical therapists are the best in New Port Beach and Orange County. Many professional athletes trust them to help them recover from an injury quickly and wholly so they can get back to the game in tip top shape. Motus physical therapists have treated some pretty impressive clients, a testament to their approaches and methods.

Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota is known as one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks in history. He was drafted in the first round to the Tennessee Titans in 2015 and won the Heisman Trophy during his time in college at Oregon. Marcus was born in Honolulu, Hawaii where he began his dream to one day become exactly what he is.

Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:Doug Martin attended Boise State University from 2007 to 2011 where he led a noteworthy football career. His college highlights include being awarded the MVP of the 2011 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas after he returned a 100-yard opening kickoff for a touchdown. Martin then continued his football career by becoming the 31st overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft. His 5-year contract was valued at $6.78 million as a starting running back.

Kelsey Robinson, USA Volleyball: Kelsey Robinson is a member of the United States women’s national volleyball team as well as the Turkish Club Vakifbank Istanbul. She competed in the 2016 Olympics, the 2015 World Cup, and the 2014 World Championship. Kelsey played college volleyball at University of Tennessee as well as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is a 2014 World Champion.

Geno Smith, New York Jets:Geno Smith began his football career at West Virginia University where he played all four years. He was awarded All-Big East Conference First Team (2011), 4x Big East Offensive Player of the Week, 2012 Orange Bowl Most Valuable Player, 3x Big12 Offensive Player of the Week, and 2x National Offensive Player of the week. Smith was eventually selected 39th overall in the 2013 NFL draft by the New York Jets, signing a four-year contract for $5 million plus another $690,000 in bonuses.

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers: Antonio Brown attended Central Michigan for college football between the years of 2007 an 2009. In 2010, Brown announced that he wasn’t going to be playing his senior season at Central Michigan, but would be entering the 2010 NFL Draft instead. Brown was picked 195th overall to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Over the years, Brown has proven his ability to make a difference on the football field. In 2017 he signed a four-year extension to his contract worth $68 million. This makes Antonio Brown the highest paid wide receiver in the entire NFL.

Stanley Johnson, Detroit Pistons: Stanley Johnson started his basketball career at Arizona where he was awarded many honors including a position on the All-American team his freshman year. Johnson only played one year of college ball before entering the NBA draft in 2015. He was eventually selected 8th overall by the Detroit Pistons.

Katie Johnson, Mexican National Soccer Team: Katie Johnson was born in California where she grew up to become a high school All-American soccer player. Katie joined the USC Trojan’s women’s soccer team for a four-year stint between 2012-2016. In 2016, she was named the Most Outstanding Player on Offense in the College Cup. That year, USC went on to win their second National Championship in program history. Johnson was able to choose between the United States National Team and the Mexican National Team due to her mother’s background. Ultimately choosing to play on the senior level in Mexico where she is working to qualify for the Olympics.

With such important athletic figures to take care of, MOTUS equips their facilities with only the most qualified and experienced physical therapists. The clinical rehabilitation center for both amateur and professional athletes is the best in the area. If you’re an athlete with an injury, you know that MOTUS will take care of you and push you to a speedy and healthy recovery process.