Congrats to BioKinetic athlete Kimberly McDonough for winning Big East Freshman of the week! Averaging 5pts per game against Georgetown and Temple. Kimberly is a great example of focusing on overall athleticism in her developmental years instead of being a one sport athlete. She only started playing lacrosse in the 8th grade and also ran track. A passion for the game, hard work in the weight room, a positive attitude, upbeat energy, and a supportive and loving family has allowed her to excel at the D1 level as a freshman. I have no doubt she will dominate the league over the coming years and continue to be a great example of maintaining balance while pursuing your athletic goals.
I thought my high school sports career was over when I had severe knee problems in my sophomore year. I had over 300 physical therapy sessions and my knee situation actually got worse. We heard about Dave from my sports medicine doctor and made an appointment. Dave did a thorough bio-mechanical assessment and explained what he found and how he could fix it. Needless to say we were skeptical but we gave it a shot. In less than two months I was starting football practice and went on to not only play basketball in high school, but live my dream of playing in college. I still play today and rely on Dave to keep me healthy. I recommend anyone with a seemingly unsolvable situation to see Dave and try his BKE method.
Thanks Dave for keeping me healthy! You have helped me stay aligned throughout my strenuous seasons of rowing, competing in triathlons, and biking across the country. I am very thankful for your help and keeping me strong so I can perform at my top performance as a competitive athlete!”
-Carolyn McDonough, Dad Vails 3rd Place Medalist in May 2015 and May 2016. Mid-Atlantic Rowing Championship: 1st place 2016 for women’s varsity 4. Women’s MVP 2015 and was President of the team in 2016.