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About Enzweiler Technologies

Here at Superior Physiotherapy & Performance, we believe that when you feel your best, you perform your best. Our priority is getting you back to doing what you love to do whether that is completing a triathlon, deadlifting 500 lbs, being able to get down on the floor to play with your children without pain or any other personal health and fitness goals you have.

We utilize The Superior Method

Step 1: Alleviate the pain

Step 2: Correct the underlying cause(s) of the pain

Step 3: Teach you how to keep the pain away

Our treatment approach consists of a comprehensive treatment plan specific to your injury and your goals incorporating manual (hands-on) therapy, therapeutic exercise, movement analysis and much more during your 60-minute one on one session with your doctor.



Meet The Owner

Dr. Jesse Mehring is a physical therapist, athlete and certified personal trainer. On top of receiving his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Ohio University, Jesse is also an exercise physiologist and certified personal trainer. Dr. Mehring grew up playing competitive football, baseball and basketball from a young age through his high school career in Cincinnati, OH. After completing his doctoral degree, Jesse went on to work in multiple states and healthcare settings helping high school athletes, college athletes, powerlifters, veterans, elderly, and the general population to get rid of their pain and reach their health and wellness goals.

He has a passion for utilizing his advanced exercise physiology and personal training background along with his training in manual therapy and joint manipulations to help his clients feel their best and perform their best. His goal is to help as many people as possible get out of pain, perform their best and be the best version of themselves overall. When not working, Jesse enjoys being outside, lifting weights, spending time with his German shepherd and terrier, hanging out with friends and family, sports of all kinds and playing guitar.

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