What do Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow have in common, aside from the Denver Broncos? D1 Sports Training.
D1 Sports Training is opening a new training center in Denver with Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center as a medical partner.
Panorama will provide medical services to the athletes who train at the facility. As the organization’s web site explains, “D1 partners with top local sports physicians to provide the best quality sports medicine services to our athletes. This arrangement allows all D1 athletes special access to the same sports medicine doctors as collegiate and pro athletes.”
The partnership will allow Panorama doctors to expand their services in South Metro Denver and improve access to preventive orthopedic care for young adult athletes.
More than 300 professional athletes across the country have trained with D1, including big names such as Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow, Michael Oher, David Price, Philip Rivers and Jermain Taylor.
Since opening its doors in 2002, D1 has trained hundreds of NFL Combine athletes and college athletes, thousands of scholastic athletes and executives, contestants on “The Biggest Loser,” and even medal-winning Olympians.
Panorama and D1 both pride themselves on their personal approach with the athletes who turn to them for assistance.
Panorama is a physician-owned enterprise and many of its doctors have a passion for sports themselves. They are eager to bring the expertise of their team together with D1’s positive, high-energy training environment, world-class coaches, state-of-the-art training equipment, and specialized sports therapy programs.
D1 currently operates 13 training centers around the country in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee. It is in the process of opening three additional facilities in Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, and Texas.
D1 will bring to Denver its strong commitment to the communities where it operates. Its D1 Sports Foundation provides training to student athletes in need, equipment to financially-challenged high schools, and scholarships to students overcoming physical challenges and injury.