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Cupping: Myofascial Decompression Technique

Cupping is thought to have originated in early Chinese and Egyptian civilizations around 1500 B.C. as noted by frequent mention of the technique in ancient medicinal practices. From the most ancient of techniques using animal horns, cupping has evolved over time to...

Physical Therapy for Young Athletes

Not everyone may be familiar with physical therapy and how it may benefit young athletes. We hope this article gives a quick introduction into what physical therapy is and what makes GO PT special. We’re confident that with our services we can accelerate recovery,...

Total Hip Replacement and Why An Anterior Approach Might Be Your Best Option

Our hip joints can deteriorate or become damaged through a multitude of reasons, including repetitive stress, auto-immune disorders, and traumatic injuries. A damaged hip joint can manifest in people in numerous ways, including pain, weakness, and decreased range of...

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is a form of orthobiologics that uses your body’s own natural growth factors to amplify and accelerate your body’s ability to heal tissue.Plasma is the liquid portion of blood and makes up about 55% of our blood. It is 92% water, and...

What is Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)?

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy  (ESWT) is a safe, noninvasive treatment that involves delivery of energy in the form of shockwaves to injured tissues to reduce pain and promote healing. ESWT is an option for patients with chronic tendinopathy that have not responded...

Intro to Blood Flow Restriction Training

Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is a form of strength training that uses a tourniquet mechanism to occlude partial blood flow of the main artery to the upper extremity (arm) or lower extremity (leg). Occluding, or partially reducing, blood flow to muscles...

GO PT: Knee Stability K Taping

Gene Kopyt (a Physical Therapist at GO PT in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington), demonstrates how to use K-tape to improve stability at the knee. Come check out our website at www.gopt.co for more information about our clinic.

GO PT: Lumbar K Taping

Gene Kopyt (a Physical Therapist at GO PT in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington), demonstrates how to use K-tape to improve stability at the lumbar spine. Come check out our website at www.gopt.co for more information about our clinic.

GO PT: Swelling Reduction K Taping

Gene Kopyt (a Physical Therapist at GO PT in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington), demonstrates how to use K-tape to improve swelling reduction. Come check out our website at www.gopt.co for more information about our clinic.
Physical Therapy for Young Athletes

Physical Therapy for Young Athletes

Not everyone may be familiar with physical therapy and how it may benefit young athletes. We hope this article gives a quick introduction into what physical therapy is and what makes GO PT special. We’re confident that with our services we can accelerate recovery,...

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GO PT: Knee Stability K Taping

GO PT: Knee Stability K Taping

Gene Kopyt (a Physical Therapist at GO PT in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington), demonstrates how to use K-tape to improve stability at the knee. Come check out our website at www.gopt.co for more information about our clinic.

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GO PT: Lumbar K Taping

GO PT: Lumbar K Taping

Gene Kopyt (a Physical Therapist at GO PT in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington), demonstrates how to use K-tape to improve stability at the lumbar spine. Come check out our website at www.gopt.co for more information about our clinic.

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