Bringing Our Vision

To Life

Decades of research have demonstrated that improving human movement brings big payoffs in health and performance. But the principles of movement science have never been well understood, widely adopted or effectively applied.

Our mission is to change that.

After developing the most dynamic and effective movement-based performance system ever used in elite sports, we’ve now made it possible to integrate this same solution with any athletic training, fitness, physical therapy, wellness or safety program for the same remarkable results: better performance, fewer injuries, reduced pain, and faster recovery if injuries occur.

Our Team

Dr. Micheal Clark
Chairman, Founder & C.E.O.

Dr. Micheal Clark Chairman, Founder & C.E.O.
Regarded as one of the top experts in human movement science. Dr. Clark founded the National Academy of Sports Medicine, has been the Physical Therapist for the Phoenix Suns for 13 seasons, and served as a sports medicine professional at two Olympic Games. He is also a specialist and consultant to numerous pro teams and athletes.

Tyler Wallace
Chief Product Officer

Tyler Wallace Chief Product Officer
A 15+ year industry veteran who served as the VP of Business Development for NASM, and is currently the Director of Performance and Recovery with the Phoenix Suns. Wallace was a former clinic partner with Mike Clark and is a NASM certified trainer with CES and PES certifications.

Todd Rielly
Chief Administrative Officer

Todd Rielly, Chief Administrative Officer
Todd brings 20+ years of experience in both healthcare and financial services, with expertise in strategy, operations, product development and finance. Todd served most recently as CFO of IPG, Inc, whose customers included many of the top commercial health carriers in the US and during that time was named CFO of the Year in Atlanta. Prior to that, Todd served as President of the wholesale mortgage subsidiary of Wachovia Bank and also as a manager within PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Financial Services team. Todd holds dual Bachelor of Science Degrees in Accounting and Finance from Clarkson University.

Melissa Clem
VP Client Success

Melissa Clem, VP Client Success
With 10+ years experience in health and wellness, Melissa brings a broad level of customer service with a focus on education, business development, account support, and customer excellence. She holds a BS in Healthcare Administration and is a NASM Certified Trainer.

Tiffany Vandemark
Chief Marketing Officer

Tiffany Vandemark, Chief Marketing Officer
Tiffany began her career in the fitness and health categories as owner of a personal training company with a staff of 17. She later headed two marketing departments for Chobani Greek Yogurt, and as CMO of a medical services company with seven subsidiaries, guided a complete rebranding culminating with induction to the NASDAQ exchange in 2015. Tiffany has authored one book on personal empowerment and is a sought-after motivational speaker.

Chris Keldorf
EVP Sports

Chris Keldorf EVP Sports
With over 15 years of extensive experience in Sports, Chris Keldorf brings a broad level of expertise in sponsorship, sales, event management, digital and social media programming to the team. He recently served as President of Student Sports, serving clients such as NIKE, Gatorade, New Balance, and Under Armour. Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, where he was an All-ACC Conference Quarterback.

Ben Tucker
EVP Healthcare

Ben Tucker EVP Healthcare
A 15+ year industry veteran, Ben was a SVP at Sharecare Inc. and former President and COO of the Health and Fitness Provider Network. He also served as the VP of Sales and Marketing at NASM, and is credentialed in performance and corrective exercise. Tucker was a four year letterman with the USC Trojans and played baseball professionally.

David Van Daff
EVP Fitness

David Van Daff EVP Fitness
With over 20 years of comprehensive experience in fitness, wellness and sport, Van Daff brings a vast level of expertise in business operations, multi-site facility management and education and training to the Fusionetics team. Most recently serving as the Vice President of Business Development and Public Affairs for the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Van Daff has an extensive array of industry certifications and credentials as well as a Masters Degree in Sport Administration.

Dr. Darin Padua, PhD, ATC
Chief Science Officer

Dr. Darin Padua, PhD, ATC
Dr. Darin Padua is a Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science and Director of the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory. He is an adjunct faculty member in the following Departments at UNC: Orthopaedics, Biomedical Engineering, and Allied Health Sciences. Dr. Padua also serves as Affiliate Faculty at the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center, where he provides expertise in innovative research methods in the field of injury prevention.

Dr. Padua received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Athletic Training from San Diego State University (1996) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1998), respectively. He earned his PhD in Sports Medicine from the University of Virginia in 2001.

Wally Blase
Senior Director of Sports

Wally Blase
26 years as an athletic trainer, having worked 23 years in the NBA, as an assistant athletic trainer with the world championship Chicago Bulls teams '93-'99, and as the HeadAthletic trainer with the Atlanta Hawks 2000-2015, where his sports medicine staff ranked among the elite in caring for NBA athletes, averaging the 6th fewest games missed to injury over their 15 years. Blase now serves as Sr. Director of Sports for Fusionetics. Blase brings extensive knowledge of how our system works firsthand and delivers his experience to our clients in the NCAA and professional sports world. Earning his Masters Degree from Syracuse University, and his Bachelors Degree from Winona State University, he holds certifications with the NATA as a certified athletic trainer, the NASM - PES and CES, and the NSCA - CSCS. Besides winning 3 championships with the Bulls he also served as the Head Athletic trainer for the NBA's Eastern Conferences All Star teams, in 2003 and 2014, and is the subject of his own ESPN 30 for 30, about his days with the Bulls and his friendship with Dennis Rodman.

Our Strategic Advisory Board

Our Athlete Advisory Board

Mark Mastrov, Founder 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc., Chairman NeV
Mark is the founder of 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc., which he grew to the world’s largest fitness company, serving more than 3.5 million members in the U.S. and Asia. Since founding 24 Hour Fitness in 1983 with a single facility in San Leandro, California, Mastrov built a fitness empire of over 420 clubs located in 16 U.S. states and five Asian countries, including China, with revenues in excess of $1.5 billion. In June 2005, Mastrov sold 24 Hour Fitness for $1.68 billion—the largest sum in industry history—and remained chairman until 2008. Shortly thereafter, Mastrov became the co-founder and chairman of private equity firm New Evolution Ventures (NeV) in September of 2008. NeV focuses on the acquisition, development, and operations management of fitness, media, and sports entities both domestically and internationally, including over 800 fitness facilities around the globe. “Fusionetics has created a game changing injury prevention and performance platform that was until now, only available to professional athletes. This simple to use and implement program has been proven to reduce injuries in professional athletes by over 50% while also enhancing performance.”

Tom Penn, President / Co-Owner, LA Football Club; ESPN NBA Analyst
Tom Penn is the President and Co-Owner of Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club. Penn is also an ESPN NBA Analyst, former NBA executive and Co-Founder of the Sports Leadership Institute.

Rudy Chapa, Latino Running Star, Head of SPARQ
Rudy Chapa is one of the fastest distance runners in University of Oregon history. Rudy, a Mexican-American, and his Cuban-born UO teammate and friend, Alberto Salazar, achieved fame as the first two Latino running stars. Today, Rudy Chapa heads up a company called SPARQ. SPARQ is an evaluation/training system for rating high school athletes on five key components of athleticism (Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction, Quickness), then implementing scientifically based training programs to improve performance rapidly.

Jim Rowley, Co-Founder & CEO, New Evolution Ventures; President, 24 Hour Fitness
Mr. Jim Rowley is a Co-Founder of New Evolution Ventures and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Rowley has also served as the President of Northwest Division at 24 Hour Fitness USA, Inc. since September 2007. He was responsible for managing operations in Utah, northern California, Nevada, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. He had been with 24 Hour Fitness for 15 years. Mr. Rowley served as Senior Vice President of fitness at 24 Hour Fitness. Mr. Rowley has been Chairman of the Board at Crunch, LLC since January 2013 and serves as its Director. “Fusionetics is a cutting edge human performance platform that leverages science and technology to help individuals optimize their performance. As a fitness executive with over 25 years of experience with millions of members and thousands of fitness professionals, this is a simple, yet powerful product that will assist us in creating a better member experience.”

Mike Zeman
Mike brings 30 years of marketing and business experience across several industries in consulting, private equity and executive operating roles. He currently serves as an Advisor to Citizen Ventures a unique growth consultancy focused on bringing capital and operating value to start-ups and emerging growth businesses. Prior to Citizen Ventures Mike served as the Chief Growth Officer for Stella, the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, and SVP of External Affairs and Consumer Experience for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota.

Throughout his career Mike has focused on driving growth through brand building and consumer engagement strategies. He spent several years at Omnicom, a global advertising network, leading data-driven marketing companies. He was a Director at Lake Capital a private equity company focused on acquiring and growing business and marketing services companies. The last several years Mike has focused on consumer health engagement and consumer experience at both Optum where he led Consumer Health Engagement Strategy and at Stella/Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota.

Grant Hill
An NBA all-star who has seen the benefits of the Fusionetics system in his career. Grant is an advocate for player safety in the NBA. “I had many injuries in the beginning of my career. Once I discovered the Fusionetics System, my imbalances were corrected and I was able to play and perform at an elite level.”

Chris Paul
Chris Paul currently plays as the starting point guard for the NBA’s Houston Rockets. Paul has won the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, an Olympic gold medal, and led the NBA in assists three times and steals six times. He has also been selected to eight NBA All-Star teams, six All-NBA teams, and six All-Defensive teams.

Tony Gonzalez
Gonzalez a 14 time NFL pro bowl selection has been touted one of the healthiest players in football in that span missing only 2 games in 17 years. He also holds the touchdown record for tight ends at 111. Gonzalez makes it a point to take great care of his body and has been using Fusionetics to ensure he not only performs better, but moves better and recovers better via post activity, workouts and his active lifestyle. “I have always been passionate about taking care of my body both on and off the field. Fusionetics is a leading human performance system that has helped me to do that The digital programs generated from my movement score help me to stay on track without a great deal of effort.”

Jeff Saturday
A leader with the NFL Players Association and an advocate for player safety. Jeff played on the Superbowl Champion Indianapolis Colts and was a six time all pro player. Jeff used the Fusionetics System throughout his career and was able to play virtually injury free. “I played 14 years in the NFL and only missed 6 games. The Fusionetics System helped me perform better, recover faster, and stay on the field.”

Our Scientific Advisory Board

Dr. Dave Joyner, Orthopedic Physician, Athletic Director Penn State, US Olympic Sports Medicine Committee, Joyner Sports Medicine Institute, Inc.
Dr. Dave Joyner, an orthopedic physician and a former member of the Penn State University Board of Trustees, was the former Athletic Director for Penn State. He has focused his career on sports medicine, eventually serving as chair of the United States Olympic Sports Medicine Committee. He served as chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Committee from 1993 to 2000. He founded Joyner Sports Medicine Institute Inc. which was later bought by NovaCare. Joyner was elected by Penn State alumni to the Penn State Board of Trustees in July 2000 to a three-year term, and re-elected in 2003, 2006, and 2009.

Dr. Larry Lemak, Lemak Sports Medicine, Trinity Medical Center, Arthroscopy
Larry is an orthopedic surgeon who practices at the Lemak Sports Medicine & Orthopedics in Birmingham, Alabama located at Trinity Medical Center (Birmingham). Dr. Lemak is one of the most renowned sports medicine and orthopedic surgeon in his profession for arthroscopy and reconstruction of the knee, shoulder, hip and elbow.

Aaron Nelson, ATC New Orleans Pelicans, ATC of the Year
Currently ATC for the New Orleans Pelicans; formerly the head ATC for the Phoenix Suns. Received the ATC of the Year award from the NBA. “Fusionetics is by far the best application tool available for a quick, yet thorough movement assessment that follows up with a detailed corrective strategy to help the athlete predict potential injury, prepare for competition and perform at a higher level.”

Mark Coberley, Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine
MS ATC LAT CSCS NASM PES CES Mark is Associates Athletic Director at Iowa State University and part of the MAATA Hall of Fame Class of 2019.

Jim Thorton, President NATA, ATC Clarion University
A leader in athletic training and President of the National Association of Athletic Trainers (NATA). Mr. Thorton is also the ATC for Clarion University. “We have been using the Fusionetics system at Clarion University of Pennsylvania and have seen significant results in the form of range of motion, pain reduction, and a decrease in movement dysfunction.”

Monte D. Hessler, Health Science, Private Practice Spine Institute, Team Chiropractor
Dr. Monte Hessler is a graduate of the Southern California University of Health Sciences. He has practiced in the Phoenix area for over 25 years. Dr. Hessler is in private practice with the Spine Institute of Arizona; here he works in conjunction with orthopedic spine surgeons and pain management physicians. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Hessler has been the team chiropractor for the Phoenix Suns since 1999, team chiropractor for the San Francisco Giants since 2002 and chiropractor on the medical staff of the PGA Tour since 2004. “With the Fusionetics platform utilizing an evidence-based system not only does the program take the guesswork out of prescribing corrective exercises that allow me to objectively track patient progress through a standardized testing and programming process.”

Casey Smith, ATC Dallas Mavericks, NBA
Since 2004, Casey has joined the Dallas Mavericks Head Athletic Trainer where his primary duties involve daily medical care, injury rehabilitation, athletic performance enhancement, physician liaison and sport science assessment. Smith joined the Mavericks from the sports medicine staff of the Phoenix Suns, where he was head strength and conditioning coach and assistant athletic trainer. He is a 1994 graduate of West Virginia University with a Master’s of Science in Athletic Training, and he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science from Arizona State University in 1992. Smith recently served as an athletic trainer for the USA Men’s Senior National Basketball Team, including the gold-medal-winning teams at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2010 FIBA Championships in Istanbul, Turkey and the 2012 London Olympics. He has also worked as an athletic trainer for the men’s boxing team at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece. He has traveled extensively with the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders program to Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, and Beijing. “One of the primary orders of business for me in regards to my work with the Dallas Mavericks is evaluating technology to keep us at the forefront of health, science and sport. The Fusionetics platform gives us the ability to improve our athletes’ health and performance while providing objective feedback and specific adaptations for improvement that can be sorely lacking in today’s age of “gather data at all costs” mentality. The flexibility, portability and intuitive interface allows for members across our health and performance to work seamlessly to provide results for our athletes, management and ownership.”

Dale Rudd, Associate Athletic Trainer, NCAA Division 1, Director Sports Medicine
Currently the Associate Athletic Trainer at the University of Arizona, the 35+ year veteran of NCAA Division I athletics has also served as the Director of Sports Medicine at UCLA, Stanford, UNLV, Pepperdine and Cal. He was the athletic training curriculum director at Purdue University and CSUN. He was vital to the creation of The National Athletic Trainers Association document Appropriate Medical Coverage in Intercollegiate Athletics. “I have long believed that prevention of injury in intercollegiate athletics would be a vital key to student/athlete health. Fusionetics has given me the tools to genuinely make an impact in a meaningful way. It will take a major paradigm shift and Fusionetics will lead the way.”