…Make it through the season without feeling “that pain again”
and are feeling defeated
…Pitch a full game without a pinch in their shoulder
and are worried about ruining their chances to play in college
…Run the whole race without a twinge in their knee
and are unsure how to make it work
…Not miss a game because of another ankle sprain
and are frustrated with the same result
…Avoid the “just rest” treatment plan
because it didn’t work last time
We help athletes who want to Continue being athletes!
What does this graphic mean? It means we offer complete injury care and beyond. We take care of you before injuries become a problem through preventative strength training. We evaluate and treat injuries you you bring to us. We design rehab programs to achieve each of your goals. And we make sure you are ready to handle your sport’s intensity, reduce the risk of re-injury, and reduce the risk of new injuries to different areas.
Meet Our Team
Allan Malone MSAT, LAT, ATC
Allan is a native of Cookeville. He spent most of his childhood competing in gymnastics at Victory Sports Center under the direction of his father, Coach Allan Malone. He then attended Temple University and pursued his Bachelors in Entrepreneurship while competing on the Varsity Men’s Gymnastics team. After college, he returned home to coach at Victory Sports Center while continuing to train at the elite level. Through 18 years of experience in competition, Allan developed a passion for working with athletes in all capacities. While earning his Master’s in Athletic Training, he had the opportunity to work with high school and college athletes as well as the general population.
University of North Carolina Greensboro
Master of Science in Athletic Training, 2018
BBA in Entrepreneurship, 2013
Christa Malone, PT, DPT
Christa is originally from New Jersey where she played softball, field hockey, and danced competitively throughout her childhood and into college. She attended Temple University to pursue a degree in Sport and Exercise Science with a minor in dance; she then chose to study physical therapy at the University of Maryland-Baltimore. During her time at UMD- Baltimore she was trained in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital where she developed a passion for working with adolescents looking to recover after trauma. After graduation, she and Allan got married and moved to NC for Allan to pursue his athletic training degree. While living in NC, Christa worked at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital serving on the acute care team providing care to children and adolescents. She has extensive experience working with orthopedic injuries, trauma, cystic fibrosis, orthopedic surgery due to cancer, general cancer rehabilitation, and sickle cell anemia. Christa also works at the Center of Development, providing PT to children with developmental delay.
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2016
B.S. in Sport and Exercise Science, 2013
Rehabilitating ankle sprains
Surgical knee, hip, and ankle injuries
Cystic Fibrosis treatment and rehab
Cancer related rehab