MEND partners with Dr. Herting of Precision Performance Physical Therapy


MEND partners with Dr. Herting of Precision Performance Physical Therapy

Eziah Syed

MEND partners with Dr. Jon Herting, PT, DPT, of Precision Performance Physical Therapy

We are very excited to work with Dr. Jon Herting, PT, DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning coach at Precision Performance Physical Therapy with three locations in Pennsylvania: Garnet Valley, Malvern, Philadelphia. Dr. Herting is a dynamic clinician with over 10 years of experience in rehabilitation and strength and conditioning. He has worked with athletes of all levels and is part of USA Weightlighting’s Medical staff. Dr. Herting currently serves as adjunct faculty at Widener University and has developed several continuing education courses for clinicians and certified strength and conditioning professional based around assessment and rehabilitation techniques. Dr. Herting believes in a holistic approach to rehab and believes that the ultimate goal of the rehab process is patient autonomy — making his approach a natural fit for partnering with MEND.

Dr. Herting will be incorporating MEND into patient care. We continue to be thrilled to partner with some of the most acclaimed physical therapists, such as Dr. Herting, who are utilizing MEND to deliver better patient outcomes. 

To learn more about Dr. Herting and the team of physical therapists at Precision Performance Physical Therapy, visit

About MEND
Founded and headquartered in New York City, MEND is a life sciences company with a mission to help people heal and live their healthiest. The company is currently researching and developing targeted clinical nutrition products to enhance patient outcomes, from injury and surgery, to aging and physical performance. MEND has been adopted by numerous hospitals, professional sports teams across all major leagues and the elite forces of the US Military. For more information, visit or connect with us on FacebookInstagram,  LinkedIn and Twitter.