Elevate Sports Performance and Chiropractic
Fitness. Performance. Healthcare.

The Team

Meet the Team

 
 
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Dr. kyle buth

Our healthcare director and chiropractor-in-chief emphasizes movement diagnostics to unlock the mysteries of pain and dysfunction in his patients, then treats them with modern, nontraditional techniques that range from Active Release Technique (ART) to cupping.

 
 
 
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brian chandler

As performance director, Chandler combines his vast knowledge of athletic movement, training techniques, massage therapy and sports science to help make the Elevate experience uniquely multidimensional. As a performance coach, he is quickly making a name for himself on the PGA and LPGA Tour circuits.

 
 
 
 
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Brad Thompson

Our fitness director designs and pushes Elevate workouts to new limits, tailoring each to a group’s or individual’s needs and goals. Brad’s specialty lies in assessing golfers to find their limitations, and getting them ready for the physical demands of life on and off the golf course. HIs goal is to educate golfers on how to reach their potential through proper movement, strength training, and nutrition.

 
 
 
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Zoe Albright

A well-respected member of the local health and fitness community, Zoe lends Elevate not only her personal training skills but an extensive knowledge of nutrition, functional movement and senior healthcare.

 
 
 
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Fernando Garcia

Elevate’s resident massage therapist uses a wide range of techniques, from trigger point to relaxation, to help make clients feel and move their best. He’s also a fitness trainer and works with our Junior and Performance Athletes.  

 
 
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Dr Dale Bartek

Dale is the newest member of our team. He is a licensed Physical Therapist with a wealth of knowledge and years of experience! Dry needling is one of the many services he offers. As he believes “A huge factor in keeping athletes healthy and performing at a high level is improving MOVEMENT and TISSUE QUALITY, specifically in the areas stressed the most during training and competition.

When I work one on one with athletes I like to use soft tissue therapy methods such as DRY NEEDLING

 
 
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max jones

 Max has recently returned from Basic Combat Training and Officer Candidacy School with the Army National Guard and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in July 2019. Max’s work in the general population can be summed up as a lifestyle accountant. Through movement assessment, identifying internal drivers and helping others take accountability for their current situation Max seeks to improve their “sport of life,” whatever that may be. Max’s personal aspirations lies in endurance athletics, sporting a Division One Cross Country and Track background Max has transitioned into Triathlon and the coaching of multi-sport athletics in the coaching and strength and conditioning. Getting endurance athletes to the start line strong and healthy is his number one priority.  

In addition, he is an assistant track coach for Coronado High School and volunteer for IRONMAN Challenged athlete foundation.