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Cary-Morrisville Performance Center

110 Competition Center Drive Suite 154 Morrisville, NC 27560

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We are located in the Wake Competition Center, a newly developed Multi-Sport complex in West Wake County.

Performance Center:
By Appointment
Monday & Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Special Office Hours:
There are currently no non-holiday office closings.
We are closed for:
New Year’s Day
Labor Day
Memorial Day
Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day
Christmas Day

Location Overview

About the Cary-Morrisville Performance Center

The Cary-Morrisville Performance Center is located northeast of Morrisville near Lake Crabtree, with nearby access to sport and fitness facilities that make up the Wake Competition Center. To get to the performance center, you can either use McCrimmon Parkway or Aviation Parkway, the latter of which is recommended for those travelling by route 40.

Additional information regarding our Performance Centers can be found here.

Why choose us

Why Choose to Improve Your Performance With Us?

The Raleigh Orthopaedic family is trusted throughout the Triangle community for its expertise in sports performance and orthopedics. This includes serving as official physicians to professionals such as the Carolina Hurricanes and Carolina Ballet, as well as universities and local high schools. We work with athletes of every competition level, so we tailor our services to match your exact needs at the time. 

Raleigh Orthopaedic’s Cary-Morrisville Performance Center utilizes the expertise of many disciplines — physical therapy, athletic training, exercise physiology, strength & conditioning — along with the physicians of Raleigh Orthopaedic, to provide the resources needed to enhance every phase of an athlete’s development. 

The Cary-Morrisville Performance Center also has a partnership with the Cary Tennis Park since 2012, providing training sessions twice a week, as well as therapy and training services to Cary Tennis Park athletes in house.

Our Specialists

Performance Center Staff

Cary-Morrisville Performance Center’s staff consists of an experienced team of trainers, physical therapists, and sports performance specialists.

  • Dennis Meszler, Supervisor & Lead Physical Therapist
  • Damien O’Sullivan, Physical Therapist
  • Walker Cruikshank, Sports Performance Specialist
  • Yong Park, Sports Performance Specialist
  • Kristin Bockelman, Athletic Trainer

Our Services

Services at Cary-Morrisville Performance Center

The performance center provides a blend of testing, training and therapy services for both youth and adult athletes to take advantage of, including:

Additional Information

Additional Location Information

PT, MPT, Sports Certified Specialist through American Physical Therapy Association, EXOS Performance Specialist Certified, NCSA certified for strength and conditioning, USA Weightlifting certification for Sports Performance

  • Aetna US Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Carolina Premier Medical Group, Carolina Summit, CIGNA, DukeHealth Direct, Envision, Ethix, First Health, Great West, HealthSource, Humana, Kanawha Healthcare Solutions, Mamsi, Medcost, OneNet PPO, Patient’s Choice, Preferred Health Network, Primary Physiciancare, Private Healthcare Systems, Provident PRO, United Healthcare, Wellpath.
  • We are not Medicare or Medicaid credentialed.
  • We advise you to check with your insurance company prior to your appointment to review your policy and coverage details.
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