Physical Therapy Services

  • Initial Evaluation (60 min.)
  • Follow-up (60 min.)
  • ASTYM (30 min.)
  • Dry Needling (30 min.)
  • Health & Wellness Assessment (60 min.)
  • Running Assessment (60-75 min.)

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Address: 1429 Strassner Dr., Brentwood, MO 63144 | Staffed Hours: Mon. – Fri. 5:30 AM to 9 PM / Sat. 7:00 AM to Noon / Sun. Unstaffed | Phone Number: (314) 735-2595

Optimal Movement

Optimal Movement, led by Dr. Taylor Summers, is a private pay practice (payment accepted from client per visit) that operates out of Output Performance.

Dr. Summers is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy. She has been practicing in outpatient orthopedics for the last three years (since graduating from Washington University in St. Louis).

Her passion has always been sports, which is especially exhibited by her love for soccer (as a former Division II athlete she understands athletes). Dr. Summers’ passion for sports, health and wellness, and hard/smart work led her to physical therapy and helping others.

Optimal Movement’s mission is simple but powerful: to provide exceptional care to each client and patient while helping them achieve their goals. 

The values displayed by Optimal Movement are completely aligned with Output Performance, especially in how we want to leave each client feeling after a workout, training session, and physical therapy visit… Empowered, educated, and one step closer to their goal.

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Move Smarter

Through Optimal Movement’s services, clients and patients will learn their movement patterns, which will reveal strengths and weaknesses. Working on these weaknesses turns them into strengths and efficient or smarter movements!

Perform Better

Proper recovery and effective rehabilitation can lead to improved performance for not only an athlete, but also professionals who are pushing their limits day in and day out.

Live Optimally

Live life optimally. Don’t let nagging injuries or low performance (relative to what you believe you can accomplish) be the norm for your life. Optimal movement will drive optimal performance through goal setting, education, and empowerment.