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Bethanie Bayha


Bethanie is a physical therapist and senior clinic director for PT Solutions Physical Therapy in Seattle, Washington. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Puget Sound in 1997 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2001. She is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist and has completed the Gary Gray Certification in Applied Functional Science(R), FMS Level 1 and 2 certification, and the Advanced Functional Biomechanics of the Lower Quarter: Principles of Evaluation & Treatment Certification Program.

Bethanie has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages, activity levels, and complexity. She is an active member on the Seattle Pediatric Sports Medicine ACL Injury Prevention Task Force and presented the program on behalf of the task force at the WIAA Coaches School and the PTWA Conference. Over the course of her career, she has written several articles and provided educational talks on a variety of topics, including bike fitting, sport-specific functional strengthening, dynamic mobility, and injury prevention clinics for cutting sport athletes, rowers and paddlers, triathletes, and runners. She designed and developed a class on nutrition for active adults, which she taught as a continuing education course for physical therapists and athletic trainers. She also developed and led an eight-week functional core strengthening class series for several years.

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ACL Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement Program Part 1

Presented by Bethanie Bayha, PT, DPT, OCS

ACL Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement Program Part 1

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Video Runtime: 44 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 26 Minutes

There is strong evidence to support prevention programs as an effective means to reduce ACL injury risk. Yet, the incidence of ACL injuries and reconstructions has continued to rise among youth athletes in cutting sports. Through a review of current best evidence, participants will leave this course with a thorough understanding of the importance of ACL injury prevention, including the economic, health, and emotional impact of ACL injuries in young athletes. Participants in this course will be able to describe the value of an ACL injury prevention program in the enhancement of youth athletes' performance and quality of life through injury risk reduction provided through a dynamic warmup program. The program is designed to train athletes in more efficient and sport-specific movement patterns for improved motor control.

The applicable audience for this course includes physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and coaches who work with youth sports at high risk for ACL injuries. The setting for this course is a classroom, office, or practice facility.

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