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      What to expect with Spondylolysis

      What to expect with Spondylolysis

      To utilize timestamps to skip to specific sections, click on the video to watch on Youtube's site.  Spondylolysis is similar to a stress fracture, in that it’s a bony defect often as a result of repetitive stress. However, since it doesn’t follow the typical rules for...

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      Other Common Knee Injuries in Youth Soccer

      Other Common Knee Injuries in Youth Soccer

      https://youtu.be/aa8Cfdhk7S4 In this video Arianne Mason discusses what contributes to patellofemoral pain syndrome and ACL tears, which are two other common knee injuries found in youth soccer. In this video we talk about the anatomy and biomechanics, such as knee...

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      3 Management Strategies for Sever’s disease

      3 Management Strategies for Sever’s disease

      https://youtu.be/pIMudu-f9A0 In this video Arianne Mason talks about 3 ways to help prevent and treat Sever’s disease. These recommendations include: Limiting aggravating activities such as running and jumpingStretching your calf musclesUsing Gel Heel cups Here is a...

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      Common Growth Plate Injuries in Youth Soccer

      https://youtu.be/z2p_BT2vYTM Arianne Mason, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Sports Certified Specialist at GO PT Fremont, talks about what is Osgood-Schlatter and Sever’s disease and what factors may contribute to it. Watch her next videos on how to treat and prevent...

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      ACL Injury Prevention

      ACL Injury Prevention

                 GO PT is excited to be partnering with the Seattle Celtics Youth Soccer Club. We are working with the club to implement a program from the Seattle Pediatrics Sports Medicine group that will reduce the likelihood of ACL injuries in these athletes.          ...

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      Crohn’s/Colitis Flag Football Charity Event

      Crohn’s/Colitis Flag Football Charity Event

      It was amazing to be on the field at the Century Link Stadium leading the warm-up program for the Crohn’s Colitis Charity Flag Football event last weekend. We modified a program developed by the Seattle Pediatrics Sports Medicine group that selected specific exercises...

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      Deadbug Runner’s

      Firstly, this is our first exercise in our runners conditioning series. Secondly, This is called a deadbug with single arm lat hold or Deadbug runners. Lastly, use the following recommendations: Sets: 8-10/week reps: 10-15/set tempo: quick...

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