Aaron Horschig


Doctor of Physical Therapy


Visit:   www.Boostkc.com

Call:    (816) 524-1442

BOOST Physical Therapy and Sports Performance

Dr. Horschig, a specialist in  Physical Therapy and Sport Performance at Boost Performance in Lee's Summit, with expertise in athletic injury prevention and rehabilitation.


POST-GRAD (University of Missouri) 

Spending his graduate school years with the University of Missouri's Athletic Performance team, Dr. Horschig provided individualized focused care therapy to high-level Division 1 athletes while acting as a strength and conditiong coach for MU's Football and Softball teams.  Dr. Horschig also spent his time Studying athletic performance principals such as weightlifting, sprinting technique, and progressions for high-level plyometrics and agilities, while also learning sport specific biomechanics from University of Missouri sport coaches and outside experts. 



  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Certified Health Fitness Specialist (CHFS)

  • American College of Sports Medicine
  • First Aid / CPR

  • American Red Cross
  • Functional Movement Screen Specialist (FMS)

  • Level 1 Sport Performance Coach
  • USA Weightlifting
  • Certified First Responder

  • American Red Cross


Olympic Weightlifting Career (2006 - Present)

  • Award details coming soon



  • Determining the Source of Temporal Differences Between Electronic and Hand Timing Systems in the 40- Yard Dash.

     Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research
       January 2010

        Concluded that hand-timed 40-yard dashes will likely be 3.99 +/- 0.38%                    faster than electronic timing. The discrepancy is due to a combination of                    start and finish differentials in timing. 
         Published in the NCSA Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research                          online version, January 2010 Vol. 24. (Abstract) 


  • Rehabilitation of a Surgically Repaired Rupture of the Distal Biceps Tendon in an Active Middle Aged Male: A Case Report

     International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy (IJSPT)

         December 1, 2012

           Complete rupture of the distal tendon of the biceps brachii is relatively rare              and there is little information to guide therapists in rehabilitation after this                injury. The purposes of this case report are to review the rehabilitation                      concepts used for treating such an injury, and discuss how to modify                        exercises during rehabilitation based on patient progression while adhering to physician recommended guidelines and standard treatment protocols.




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