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Restoring Human Movement

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I'm Dr. Sebastian Gonzales, the treating doctor at Performance Place®.

In this podcast, you will get to hear broken down information about conditions we treat, which also could be conditions you or one of your friends have.

My goal with this podcast is to form a common language between sports medicine professionals and patients/ athletes.

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Sep 27, 2017


This is a solo podcast today on a few questions I have been asked my opinion on over the last few weeks. It should be fun!


  1. Why can’t we get grandma to exercise? Age related corrections or suggestions for rehab and exercise.
  2. Strength and Conditioning guidelines for youth athletes. How much is too much? The ACSM stance
  3. What is an injury vs. pain?
  4. How long should a warm up take and what should it entail?


From a Sports Medicine point-of-view, warming up will take as long as it needs to. There is not set time, but a well designed warm up should take around 15-45 minutes. Warming up before lifting should address the following:


  • Getting the blood moving
  • Preparation of movement
  • Stabilization of the feet, knees, back, and shoulder girdle
  • Mobilization of the ankles, hips, thoracic spine, glenohumeral joints and the neck


Access the show notes.