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  • Lecture Series 2011

Tibial Stress in Runners

Lake Washington Physical Therapy is excited to have Dr. Peter Vincent in for a night of discussion and education on runners and their difficulties in regards to tibial stress more commonly known as shin splints.

 

The lecture will run for approximately 30 minutes with time for questions and answers afterwards. All attendees will receive a gift card towards apparel or running shoes carried at LWPT. Food and drinks will be provided. Don't forget to RSVP quickly as there is limited space available.

 

Bio:

 

Education
California College of Podiatric Medicine
Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine

Northeastern University
Bachelor of Sciences – Biology


Performing all associate activities within Clinic, specializing in the uniqueness of the injured athlete/active patient. Aggressive approach to non-surgical, as well as surgical treatments for athletic over-use injury and trauma to the foot and ankle encompassing a step-wise approach for patients in diagnosing treatment plans. Strong relationships and consultative relationships with the Sports Medicine Professional community in the Greater Seattle area.


Washington Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine Kirkland, WA
August 2006-Present

Virginia Mason Sports Medicine Fellowship
Fellowship position included involvement in all surgical cases. Responsible for managing and treating clinic patients. Position included a unique emphasis on injury, rehabilitation,
continuing medical education and specific sports related podiatric approaches.

 

 

Activities
Actively involved in amateur cross country mountain bike racing
Various backcountry activities and athletic training

 


 

 


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