Webinar: Sports injury prevention and nutrition - building a performance plate with Julie Mahler and Dr. John Quinn of IRG, and Dr. Danielle M. Magrini of Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care - First Hill
Quality hours in the gym and on the practice field are important for improving performance, but your full athletic potential can be delayed if you are not fueling up with healthful foods. Here to teach you more about building energy-packed, nutritious meals that will support your training is registered dietitian Julie Mahler of IRG Physical Therapy - Murphy's Corner.
Julie will be joined by Dr. John Quinn, physical therapist and clinic director at IRG Physical Therapy - Snoqualmie Ridge and Dr. Danielle M. Magrini of Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care - First Hill. Whether you are a teen athlete or a seasoned player, this webinar will give you the tools to improve your game on and off the field.
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Danielle M. Magrini, DO is a pediatric sports medicine provider at Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care - First Hill with clinical interests in ankle injuries, hip pain, Osgood-Schlatter disease, Sever's disease, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, knee pain, relative energy deficiency in sport, shoulder pain, apophysitis, meniscus injuries and running injuries.
Julie Mahler, MS, RDN, CD is a registered dietician at IRG Physical Therapy - Murphy's Corner with specialized training in obesity and weight management. Learn more about IRG's nutrition services here.
John Quinn, PT, DPT is a physical therapist and clinic director at IRG Physical Therapy - Snoqualmie Ridge with specialized training in blood flow restriction (BFR) training, Astym® therapy, balance and falls prevention, sports injury rehabilitation, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder treatment.