Founded in 2008, Maximum Mobility is housed in a 2,500 square foot facility equipped with private treatment rooms, a therapy bay and an open rehabilitation area.

We design treatment plans tailored to each specific injury or condition, the individual patient and the goals of care. A typical plan is comprised of hands-on treatment administered by a therapist, monitored exercises formulated to regain range of motion and strength, and self-care instructions. In addition, we provide Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT), a second generation form of shockwave therapy to treat tendon, muscle and myofascial conditions, as an adjunct to many interventions. Certain cases also require diagnostic imaging — such as X-rays and MRI’s — to help us form a more detailed clinical picture. Our line of services include:

Manual Therapy

Active Release Techniques (ART)
Graston Technique
Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (SASTM)


D-ACTOR© 200 (used in EPAT therapy)

Therapeutic Exercise

Strength and mobility exercises
Return-to-sport essentials

Directed Self-care

Foam rolling
Mobility drills
Self-treatment strategies



A second generation chiropractor, Dr. Ball hails from the birthplace of the chiropractic profession, Davenport, Iowa. After attending Arizona State University — where he suffered through an injury-plagued career as a member of the track and cross country teams — Dr. Ball returned to his hometown to pursue his chiropractic degree at Palmer College. Dr. Ball has extensive postgraduate training in rehabilitation, soft tissue techniques and performance training. He has earned both the American Board of Chiropractic’s Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) designation and the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential.