ZPT Performance

At ZPT the client comes first and foremost. With the cost of healthcare rising in the form of larger deductibles and copays, quality healthcare is at an all time low. Time and money are being wasted in a broken system that bleeds dollars and minutes. In today’s society, time is the most valuable resource we have. Our purpose is to help you achieve your goals in the most efficient and quickest way possible. Whether you train CrossFit, swim, run, bike, or play a sport, we’ll help you stay healthy, pain free, and improve your performance. At ZPT, we believe strongly in community and want to be a resource for that community and its’ athletes. We will help you return to your favorite activity so you can enjoy quality time with your friends, family, and team that you love. As our patient, your best interest is at heart. We are confident that we provide the most personable experience that is tailored to your specific needs.


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Matt Zanis, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS, CF-L1

Matt is a former baseball catcher and an avid outdoorsman. He worked with Division 1 basketball, football, and track and field at the University of Pittsburgh, along with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Arizona Cardinals organizations. Received a Bachelors in Athletic Training from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University in 2014. Is board certified in Orthopedics and is a Fellow through the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. Currently, he owns and operates his performance therapy practice in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in analyzing movement patterns, improving mobility, sport specific strength and conditioning, and alleviating pain through manual therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue work, mobilizations/manipulations, and dry needling. Matt is passionate about helping prevent injury in athletes through education, correction of movement patterns, rehabilitation after injury, and improving the performance of his athletes in life and sport.