Welcome to Comeback Performance Physical Therapy. We help driven baseball athletes overcome injury and improve performance to play their best without limitations.

Comeback Performance & Wellness serves the Denver Baseball Community. We help baseball athletes eliminate pain, optimize throwing mechanics, and maximize potential. Dr. Joey is a physical therapist unlike any other and specializes in the transition from traditional physical therapy to the playing field, by bridging the gap between rehab and performance. “The Comeback is Always Stronger Than the Setback.” Our goal is to help over 100,000 baseball athletes around the world.

Dr. Joey Seyforth grew up in the southwest suburbs of Chicago and has been interested in movement his entire life. After multiple football and baseball injuries, Dr. Joey got into the sports medicine world.
Dr. Joey graduated from Indiana State University with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Athletic Training and minoring in Massage Therapy, completing thousands of hours of sports medicine sideline coverage including Indiana State Baseball.
After graduation, Dr. Joey obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT) at Wash U in St. Louis.  Dr. Joey works as a physical therapist and baseball rehab provider from youth to professional baseball levels, including video analysis for throwing, to writing baseball rehab programs for throwing pain and performance.
Dr. Joey has coached CrossFit for 3 years and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and finds passion in working with the barbell athletes. He believes in bridging the gap between rehab and performance and strives to work with athletes getting them better than they were before injury.
Dr Joey Seyforth
Little League Shoulder
Little League Elbow
Rotator Cuff Tear
Throwing Pain
Oblique Strain
Labrum Tear
UCL Sprain
Shoulder Instability
Ulnar Nerve Irritation
Tricep Tendonitis
Knee Injury
Shoulder Pain
Elbow Pain
SLAP Tears
Pitcher’s Elbow

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Baseball Warmup


Throwing to warm up is a common misconception in the baseball world. Due to the stresses placed on the elbow and shoulder with throwing, warm up activation exercises are key in helping prevent injuries and increasing blood flow to these areas.

This baseball warm up protocol will go over J band and mobility exercises that should be completed PRIOR to throwing.

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