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Dr. Ghislaine Robert, MD: Soccer injuries: how to prevent them, how to treat them and when is it safe to return to play?
Dr. Robert is a sports medicine physician with more then 25 years of experience with both elite and recreational athletes. She diagnoses and treats musculo-skeletal injuries as well as other ailments related to the practice of sports and physical activities (female athlete triad, exercise induced asthma, exercise induced migraines, etc.)

Dr. Robert has participated in 3 Olympic Games altogether. She was selected to be part of the Canadian Team for two Olympic Games as a Physician (Sydney 2000, Barcelona 92) and as the first ever Canadian female coach attending Olympic Games for Track and Field (Seoul 88)

More on Dr. Robert:
http://ghislainerobert.com

Jun 24, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Ghislaine Robert
Sports Medicine Physician
Dr. Robert is a sports medicine physician with more then 25 years of experience with both elite and recreational athletes. She diagnoses and treats musculo-skeletal injuries as well as other ailments related to the practice of sports and physical activities (female athlete triad, exercise induced asthma, exercise induced migraines, etc.) Dr. Robert has participated in 3 Olympic Games altogether. She was selected to be part of the Canadian Team for two Olympic Games as a Physician (Sydney 2000, Barcelona 92) and as the first ever Canadian female coach attending Olympic Games for Track and Field (Seoul 88)
Ben Wobker, PT
Owner & Founder @Lake Washington Physical Therapy
Ben grew up in the Redmond area where he attended Redmond High School. He received a bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Montana in Missoula. Enjoying the Northern Rockies and a thirst for recreation Ben finished graduate school at Montana, receiving a Masters of Science and Physical Therapy (MSPT). Since graduation Ben has attended numerous continuing education courses with his focus being orthopedic and sports injuries. Ben also received his Strength and Conditioning Certification (CSCS) from the NSCA in 2003. After numerous football, basketball, and track injuries Ben decided physical therapy would be the career for him. He began volunteering at the Lake Washington Sports Clinic in 1992 under the expertise of Ken Roll. Ben volunteered for thousands of hours at local clinics and hospitals in Seattle area and Missoula. After finishing his clinical rounds at Overlake and Evergreen Hospital More: https://www.lakewashingtonpt.com/ben-wobker