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Get Back With Dombek Episode 3: Richie Burke, Washington Spirit

It is Sunday morning and here is your latest edition of the popular Get Back With Dombek Podcast Episode 3 with Richie Burke the Manager of our hometown woman’s professional soccer team The Washington Spirit! Richie calls the Washington area home after come here from Liverpool in the UK to play professional soccer right here with many of the previous men’s professional soccer teams. He has coached at every level from youth to professional and boys, girls, men and women and he took the time out of his busy schedule to come on the podcast.

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Get Back With Dombek Episode 2: Dr. Robin West

Dr. West currently serves as the Lead Team Physician for the Washington Nationals and was up until recently the team physician for the Washington Football team.

In this week’s episode we highlight female athletes sports injuries especially the ACL (anterior cruciate ligament of the knee) which is a key static stabilizer of the knee joint and how to prevent them and much much more.

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Get Back With Dombek: Episode 1 Conor Mullee

Our first guest is none other than Conor Mullee, formerly of the Broad Run Spartans, who is the picture of resilience and dedication in his journey from 24th round pick to the New York Yankees!!! Listen and learn how Conor went from Broad Run High School to the majors after undergoing not 1 but 3 elbow surgeries. Dr. James Andrews of the Andrews Institute said that no one has ever come back from Conor’s third surgery and pitched professionally! Hear how Andrew Dombek and AID Performance Physical Therapy supported and helped Conor realize his dream!

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Why is It That Women Are More Likely Than Men to Seek Medical Care?

That pain in your lower back has returned. Will you take ibuprofen and power through the day, or make an appointment with your back doctor of choice (FYI No Referral or Prescription* is needed to see a Physical Therapist!)?

As it turns out, your gender is likely to inform which (if any) action you take next. Studies show, women are more likely than men to seek out healthcare.

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