Our Performance Enhancement Programme (PEP) consists of four services designed to keep you performing at your full potential.
Our Performance Enhancement Programme (PEP) will help keep you operating at peak performance using technology developed for the space programme and our own innovative wellness technology.
We developed the PEP program in 2021 to support athletes’ training and event preparation by giving them near-real-time performance data on their health and treatments designed to improve the supply of energy, which results in an improvement in athletic performance.
The disease process consumes energy, that could be released to enhance your performance. Our 3D imaging diagnostics are used to identify areas of the body that are weak or diseased. In the diagram above, the areas that need attention are clearly identified.
Our in-clinic treatments address problem areas found. A similar device can be purchased for home use.
Individual results greatly :
- Improvements in energy, performance, resilience and stamina
- Early warning of illness allows you to take steps before symptoms occur.
- A significant reduction in recovery time from injuries (30-70%)
- Improved detoxification pathways
- Confidence from knowing your operating at peak performance
There are four phases in the programme. Everyone starts at phase one – Optimisation. Once complete, they can choose if they want Phase 2 – Remote Monitoring & Phase 3 – Performance Boost. Phase three can be used before major events or once a month. Phase Four – Rapid Recovery is only required when you have an injury that needs to be healed in a reduced time frame.
Please contact Mark Christian for further information and a demonstration of the PEP programme or come and visit us in Malta for a demonstration.
21st May 2022 – Manchester United Ladies Team Centre Forward Leah Dalton attended Atlantis Clinic for Performance Enhancement Programme – Phase 1 – Optimisation.
30 June 2021 – Neil Agius visited Chris Little at Atlantis Clinic for a Phase 3 – Performance Boost as part of his pre-swim preparation.
Maltese marathon swimmer Neil Agius entered the marathon swimming history books on 30 June 2021, after completing a 125.6km, 52-hour swim between Linosa, an island in the Sicily Channel, and Gozo, one of the 21 islands that make up the Maltese archipelago.
The former Olympic swimmer beat the previous world record for the longest, continuous, unassisted, current-neutral swim along a single-segment natural route in an ocean, sea or bay – pending ratification – which was set by Australia marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel, who swam 124.4km non-stop in Exuma Sound in the Bahamas in 2014.
Agius was due to end the swim in Malta, but currents during the crossing forced him to finish in Gozo. “The sea was choppy all the way, the current was strong, the going was tough, we even had a small storm which had us worried for some 20 minutes,” a member of his support team told the Times of Malta.
Reprinted Courtesy of Times of Malta
A testimonial from a patient Tonio Galea who used our Rapid Recovery Program to speed up the healing and a broken leg sustained in a road traffic accident.
I am Tonio Galea from Zebbug in Malta.
I suffered a hit and run traffic accident while I was on my motorbike On the 25th of May 2019. I was rushed to the hospital by ambulance as my right leg had multiple grievous open fractures and a lot of damage to the skin and other tissue.
I had four fractures including two in the tibia and another two in the fibula.
In the hospital, they urgently intervened on my leg with an operation to insert a 1m nail in an effort to align the fractured tibia.
Three weeks later, they performed another operation including two skin grafts and a flap to cover the wounds left by the open fractures.
Five and a half weeks after the accident, they released me from the hospital. On release, the orthopaedic specialist told me that due to the high velocity of the impact, I could be looking at non-union of fractures.
I then had to follow up x-rays in July and August. In all x-rays, there was no evidence of healing of the fractures and this is where I started to get very worried.
Towards the end of August, I saw my consultant privately and he told me that they would have to amputate my leg again if the next x-ray scheduled for September turned out to be the same as the previous ones, as there was a risk of gangrene.
This is when I decided to see Chris Little, who was suggested to me by a good friend of mine. My friend and another person that I knew had both seen Chris about their injuries before me and they both believed that the fast healing that they experienced was incredible.
I saw Chris at Atlantis Clinic around the end of August where he suggested eight sessions of fifty minutes each over a span of four weeks. I attended all these sessions as suggested by Chris. During these sessions, Chris used special equipment designed and manufactured by himself. All I had to do was sit there while Chris used his equipment that emitted light on my leg whilst I had good and fun conversations with Chris himself.
On the 25th of 2019, I had the last scheduled x-ray before the orthopaedic specialist would decide if he had to amputate my leg, but this time the x-ray showed a very good degree of bone healing. The two orthopaedic specialists who saw the x-ray both confirmed that I was on my way to full fracture recovery and that no further operations were required.