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Pass To Play: A Community Sports Physicals Event for Bay Area Youths was created to help make sports participation safe by offering students an economical sports physical performed by the orthopedists and sports medicine specialists at Muir Orthopaedic Specialists (MOS).

All proceeds from this event are directed back to the students' school athletic programs, and a copy of the exam will be sent to each student athlete's personal physician. Plus, select vendors will be on hand throughout the event with giveaways for participants. 

MOS offers Pass To Play as part of their active involvement in local student athletics. Several MOS physicians serve as doctors and medical advisors to Bay Area sports teams at the youth, high school, college and professional levels.

Purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pass-to-play-a-community-sports-physicals-event-for-bay-area-youth-tickets-16866334661

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Purchase your ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pass-to-play-a-community-sports-physicals-event-for-bay-area-youth-tickets-16866334661

Bay Area student athletes will converge July 25th on Muir Orthopaedic Specialists to receive their sports physical exam in an event where local physicians will contribute their time and expertise to making sure that student athletes are fit to compete in their chosen sport when school begins in the fall.

Pass To Play: A Community Sports Physicals Event for Bay Area Youths was created to help make sports participation safe by offering students an economical sports physical performed by the orthopedists and sports medicine specialists at Muir Orthopaedic Specialists (MOS).

All proceeds from this event are directed back to the students' school athletic programs, and a copy of the exam will be sent to each student athlete's personal physician. Plus, select vendors will be on hand throughout the event with giveaways for participants. 

MOS offers Pass To Play as part of their active involvement in local student athletics. Several MOS physicians serve as doctors and medical advisors to Bay Area sports teams at the youth, high school, college and professional levels.

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ACL tears, sprains or ruptures most often caused by sports that require quick changes of direction, jumping or pivoting, such as soccer, basketball, tennis, and skiing. Learn more about the causes of ACL tears and prevention from the sports medicine specialists in Walnut Creek, CA. http://www.muirortho.com/specialties/knee/conditions/acl-injury/

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Conditions like bursitis, tendonitis, and arthritis are also common causes of knee pain resulting from repetitive stress. Our orthopedic clinic in Walnut Creek discusses the causes of knee pain. http://www.muirortho.com/specialties/knee/conditions/

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Runner’s knee is caused by overuse and strain of the knee joint, including sports activities that require repetitive bending motion in the knee, usually running. This irritates the nerves in the kneecap or over stresses the tendons that connect muscle to bone in the knee joint.
Read more at http://www.muirortho.com/specialties/knee/conditions/runners-knee/

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Have you signed up for Pass-to-Play? Join us today from 9am-1pm and get your student athlete physical and all proceeds go back to your school! Learn more: https://plus.google.com/events/cnj927kgbnq8qieqvr4q21n1euo

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Elbow pain or injury may be present in the muscles and tendons due to overuse, inflammation or impact, and the bones and nerves within the elbow joint are susceptible to similar injury and pain.
The orthopedic specialists in Walnut Creek explain more about elbow pain at http://www.muirortho.com/specialties/elbow/conditions/

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Tennis elbow is an overuse injury caused by repetitive contraction of the forearm muscles to straighten the hand or lift with the palm side of the hand facing down a motion typically seen in tennis. The orthopedists at MOS in Walnut Creek, California explain more: http://www.muirortho.com/specialties/elbow/conditions/tennis-elbow/

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Having pain in the heels from running, biking, hiking or other sports? Dr. Murali Moorthy, an orthopedic surgeon in Walnut Creek, California explains Plantar Fasciitis.

http://www.muirortho.com/plantar-fasciitis-a-real-pain-in-the-heel/
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