Chad Beauchamp of REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach, Calif. puts a new spin on physical therapy theory, practice and technique.
By Rick Weinberg, Editor, California Business Journal
Email: Rick@CalBizJournal.com / Mobile: 949-648-3815
WITHIN A FIVE-MILE RADIUS OF LINDSEY NOLL’S HOME IN LADERA RANCH, CALIF., there are approximately 100 physical therapists. Yet, Noll drives nearly two hours roundtrip just to work with Chad Beauchamp.
That speaks volumes about the uniqueness of Beauchamp and the quality of his approach and technique.
“I know there are a lot of good PTs [physical therapists] in my area, but there is just no one like Chad,” says Noll, a former collegiate and professional volleyball star who knows quite a bit about physical therapy, having undergone six knee surgeries during her career. “Chad’s knowledge, education, technique and experience are simply unparalleled. I would not be in the physical and mental state I am in without him.”
The USC-educated Beauchamp, a former multi-athletic star from Michigan, is Owner and Head Physical Therapist at REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach — and he is closing in on opening a separate location from its current wellness center in early 2016.