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Welcome to our website. Camp4 Human Performance is a chiropractic sports medicine clinic in Taylorsville, UT that specializes in musculoskeletal injuries and strength and conditioning. Whether you have a disc injury, a meniscus tear, or a tendon pulley injury our clinicians have the knowledge and skills to provide you with the care you need. Our doctors pride themselves on providing the most up to date evidence on patient diagnosis and care. It is our responsibility to address your primary concern and then teach you how to manage your symptoms through a strength and conditioning program. We realize that injuries are a burden to your life and it is our job to get you back to doing what you love, with as little care as possible. If you’re a professional athlete looking for a better training program or someone whose been injured in an automobile accident, you will find no clinic that cares about you personally more than we do. Please take a moment to look through our website to gain a better understanding  of how we can serve you today. 

Chiropractic

Chiropractic

Chiropractic

The chiropractic page at Camp4 Human Performance has a detailed discussion about the benefits of spinal manipulation. Our doctors have the skills and experience to know when this is a therapy for your complaint.

DRY NEEDLING

DRY NEEDLING

DRY NEEDLING

In order to better control pain at Camp4 Human Performance we utilize the more modern form of western medical acupuncture, also known as dry-needling. This is the most researched method of controlling muscle aches, pain, and dysfunction.

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

Everyone at Camp4 Human Performance gets physical rehabilitation. We understand the importance of training the nervous system to function better after we get you out of pain. Learn more about rehabilitation and its importance here.

BYU chiropractors

BYU chiropractors

BYU chiropractors

Both Dr. Tyler and Laney Nelson are the official chiropractors for the BYU athletic programs. Dr. Laney has over 20 years experience doing sports medicine with BYU and the past 8 years with the University of Missouri.