CHAD DUNN – CO-FOUNDER & EXERCISE SPECIALIST, CPT, CES, PES, NASM Move Human Performance Founder
Chad Dunn has over 20 years of experience in the health, Modern fitness and sports performance fields, originally from Colorado. Chad came to Arizona for the sunshine and competitive BMX racing. Having competitive bones and a fearless mindset, nothing has stopped Chad from conquering obstacles in life. Chad passes along these traits while working with and educating his clients or athletes.
After studying kinesiology and Spanish at Arizona State University, Chad began his career working as an exercise specialist at a well known physical therapy and sports performance clinic in Phoenix. Chad has worked with patients and athletes of all levels, coaching them all to move and never give up. Using his motto “Mind Over Virtually Everything” Chads training gives athletes the competitive advantage needed in sports by modern fitness, the will to battle back from a catastrophic injury, or just succeed in life. Chads passion for helping others took a new turn while working with Eddy King. Eddy sustained a Spinal Cord injury and has battled back allowing him to walk again. Everyone under Chads care succeeds, failure is not an option. It’s not about the workout it’s about the lifestyle!! Chads hobbies include any extreme sport, playing with his English bulldog, watching people succeed, and hanging out with his wife Jackie and their three kids.
CRYSTAL MASNEC – PT, DPT, LAT, ATC, CIDN
Crystal Masnec, is the Lead Physical Therapist at MOVE Performance, she has been passionate about sports performance and injury rehabilitation since she was a young athlete herself back in Chicago. As an athletic trainer at North Central College, she worked with a variety of college teams and frontline medical staff for the Chicago Marathon along with playing doubles sand volleyball and collegiate indoor volleyball. She helped run the Extreme Volleyball Professionals (EVP) sand tour in the Midwest along with coaching girls club indoor and sand volleyball.
Crystal has worked with USA National Indoor Men’s and Women’s Volleyball teams alongside their medical staff in Anaheim, CA. After graduating from A.T. Still University as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, she returned to California to work with EXOS and L.A. Galaxy Soccer’s professional athletes.
Her appreciation for goal-oriented athletes, weekend warriors, and anyone who is driven to move and improve, has motivated her to start XERT Sports Medicine and join MOVE Human Performance Center’s team. She believes in whole-person healthcare and is devoted to teaching her patients how to take their health into their own hands by optimizing movement through functional rehabilitation.
KAINE VIEIRA – BACHELOR OF SCIENCE STUDYING EXERCISE & WELLNESS WITH A SPECIALIZATION IN FITNESS
Kaine is a recent college graduate from Arizona State University. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Studying Exercise & Wellness with a specialization in fitness. Kaine did his internship at MOVE working in the environment he loves. He has been living here in Arizona for 4 years now after moving from Boise, Idaho to attend ASU. Being an older brother of two sisters, Kaine learned to lead by example and applies that skill when training others. As an athlete himself, he understands the necessary commitment & dedication that needs to be applied in life & training to succeed. Helping athletes has shaped his desire to make a career for himself in the fitness training field as well as sports performance field. Kaine enjoys being a part of each athlete’s journey to watch them grow & help them achieve their goals.
AUSTIN CARR– BACHELOR OF SCIENCE KINESIOLOGY, DOCTORATE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN
Austin is a staff physical therapist at MOVE Performance, he believes the key to optimal rehab is a multimodal approach using a combination of manual therapy, patient specific exercises and education. Having played competitive baseball throughout college, he has an in-depth knowledge of the needs and demands of high-level athletes. Austin graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and recently graduated from the University of Jamestown with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Austin has a passion for helping his patients realize their potential, reaching their goals and improving their function and firmly believes that therapy should always be patient-centered. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys golfing, mountain biking and spending quality time with his family.
Emily Gracyk, MS, ATC, LAT, CPT
Emily Gracyk is a certified Athletic Trainer from Lompoc, CA. She completed her bachelors degree in Athletic Training at Fresno State University. While she was there she worked primarily with the women's lacrosse and football teams. She went on to work as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Hawai'i with the men's and women's swim and dive teams, and the women's tennis team while simultaneously completing her Master's degree in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science.
Emily has gotten to experience all levels of athletics throughout her years. One of her favorite experiences was interning at Woodward West Action Sports camp, which included gymnastics, bmx, and skateboarding athletes.
Emily is passionate about helping her athletes succeed in sport and in life. The main reason Emily entered the profession was due to seeing how useful having an athletic trainer around could be. Athletic trainers are first line defense not only for injuries, but a trusted face for student-athletes to turn to in times of need. This is her first year with Move and AZ Compass Prep. Emily is excited to be able to learn and grow with the Move team, and work alongside a talented staff and group of student-athletes.
JACKIE DUNN – CO-FOUNDER & OPERATIONS MANAGER AKA THE BOSS
Jackie is the first face you see when you come into Move Performance. Jackie is passionate about helping clients realize their potential and reach their goals. As the operations manager, Jackie handles all of the scheduling, any required medical information, and insurance information.
MOVE HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND PHYSICAL THERAPY PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
AZ COMPASS PREP SCHOOL in Chandler Arizona is proud to have one of the best High School basketball programs in the state of Arizona. MOVE Human Performance Center is proud to train many of these basketball players.
Shuttle Systems equipment gives Physical Therapists the precision to provide targeted treatment for your clients, zeroing out other physical considerations so you both can focus on improvement.
Incrediwear products increase circulation to reduce inflammation & swelling, relieve pain, restore mobility, and accelerate recovery. Unlike compression products, Incrediwear products do not need to compress to work.
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