Contact Information:

Dr. Kevin Prue PT, DPT, CSCS – President/Director

Prue Physical Therapy and Sports Performance

www.pruept.com

kevin.prue@pruept.com

(919) 678-8828

 

Prue Physical Therapy and Sports Performance

Prue Physical Therapy and Sports Performance is a physical therapy and wellness practice located at 1020 Southhill Drive Suite 140 Cary NC 27513.Prue Physical Therapy Logo We specialize in sports and orthopedic physical therapy, sports performance and personal training, injury prevention and biomechanical assessments. We also offer massage therapy and soon we will be introducing Pilates as an additional option for our patients and clients.

Unlike most other physical therapy practices, we offer a unique spin. All of our appointments are at one-on-one which a doctor of physical therapy, and most of our patients come directly to us for an evaluation of their injury, condition or problem. By coming directly to us for an evaluation, treatment can start right away, which saves our patients time and money. We focus on hands on treatments, with a focus on mechanics and injury prevention. By spending more time with our patients during each visit, and using the newest and most researched evaluation and treatment techniques, our patients typically require fewer visits at our clinic than what they are used to experiencing at traditional PT clinics.

About Dr. Kevin Prue

Dr. Kevin PrueDr. Kevin Prue is a graduate of Duke University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. His clinical training was completed at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro NC, Martin General Hospital in Williamston NC, and Duke University’s Sports Medicine Department in Durham NC. Kevin started his practice in Cary NC at the end of 2014 in order to create a practice that would cater to the needs of an active population by providing personalized, efficient and effective care. As a former college baseball player, who dealt with several arm surgeries attributed to poor mechanics and overuse, Kevin places a large emphasis on injury prevention, proper training habits, and correcting underlying mechanical problems that lead to overuse injuries.

Away from the clinic Kevin is involved with the Cary MacGregor Rotary to help give back to the Cary community. He also helps new physical therapy graduates prepare for their new careers by writing for and working with a team at www.newgradphysicaltherapy.com. He is currently working on creating a consulting company and website, as well writing an informational book to help healthcare providers start their own practice. Kevin has been happily married for just over 1 year to his wife Liz, a teacher in the Wake County School Systems and a board member for the Read and Feed organization.