Quinn McArthur, Owner, Physical Therapist, Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy
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Quinn A. McArthur PT, OCS

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Owner, Physical Therapist

Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy
Aquatic Center 6601 Madison Ave., Suite 200
Carmichael, California 95608
United States

Company Description: Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy (SMPT) has been providing pre-season and in-season soccer conditioning programs to athletes from Roseville Youth Soccer Club...   more
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Physical Therapy , Physical Therapy
    CSU, Northridge

Certifications

  • OCS - Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
    Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

Biography

  • Quinn A. McArthur, PT, OCS
    Physical Therapist
    Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
    
    Quinn grew up in the Bay Area where he was first exposed to physical therapy over 20 years ago.  Following his interests in anatomy and biomechanics, Quinn graduated with h...
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Clinicians
www.swansonmcarthurpt.com, 16 June 2014 [cached]
Quinn A. McArthur, PT, OCS Physical Therapist Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
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Quinn grew up in the Bay Area where he was first exposed to physical therapy over 25 years ago.  Following his interests in anatomy and biomechanics, Quinn graduated with high honors from California State University, Hayward in 1991 with his BS in Athletic Training/Clinical Exercise.  He received the "Outstanding Student of the Year Award" simultaneously and was accepted into the physical therapy program at California State University, Northridge.  Again receiving high honors, he graduated in 1993 with his post-graduate degree in Physical Therapy.  He is licensed to practice physical therapy in the State of California (PT) and has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Orthopedic Section since 1991. He joined Paul Swanson in 2001 and became a partner of Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy in 2005.  Paul retired in 2013.  Quinn received board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2007 by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  He specializes in orthopedic manual therapy and orthopedic and sports injury rehabilitation. An advocate of continuing education, Quinn has taken numerous short- and long-term post-graduate courses, focusing on injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, sports-specific training, and advanced manual therapy treatment for the spine and extremities.  He is a clinical instructor, mentoring graduate students during clinical internships and educating high school students in the profession of physical therapy.  Quinn is also an assistant instructor educating licensed physical therapists in orthopedic manual physical therapy and clinical exercises through long-term post-graduate coursework. As an endurance athlete, Quinn has completed several marathons and numerous triathlons (including four Ironman -distance triathlons and three 1/2-Ironman triathlons). Heavily involved in youth athletics, Quinn has involved himself in the community as a Roseville Girl's Softball Coach, a Roseville Youth Soccer Club (RYSC) Coach, and a Roseville Indoor Soccer Coach. He has provided strength and conditioning training to RYSC Girl's Select Soccer since 2005, Woodcreek High School Soccer Program since 2011, and began working as the Injury Education Program Coordinator for Placer United Soccer Club in 2008.  Quinn joined the Galaxy Blues in 2013, and provided conditioning and injury prevention strategies for both the U18 and U15 girl's teams. He spends time with his wife and two children playing, traveling, and supporting all of their endeavors and celebrating all of their achievements.
Soccer Conditioning and ACL Injury Prevention ProgramsPrograms
www.swansonmcarthurpt.com, 16 June 2014 [cached]
2008 marked the start of the SMPT ACL Injury Prevention Program.  Developed and directed by Quinn A. McArthur, PT, OCS, the program focuses on Select and Competitive female soccer players and includes educational seminars for coaches, parents, and athletes as well as on-field training. This soccer-specific program is designed to reduce the risks of ACL injuries utilizing education, exercises, and techniques to improve flexibility, strength, endurance, agility, power, and neuromuscular control.  Currently working with Placer United Soccer Club as Injury Education Coordinator, and Woodcreek High School's Soccer Program as Sportsmedicine Director, Quinn has
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It has been established to reduce the risks previously described.  It has been designed as a warm-up, should take only 15-20 minutes, and has been proven, in one study, to reduce ACL injuries by 74%.  It should be performed 2-3 times per week during the season and modified by the coach, a trainer, or Quinn as needed.  Proper form must be emphasized and corrected if needed.  Please contact SMPT for details regarding the program and how to have it implemented for your team or club.
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"Quinn McArthur has been a huge asset to the Placer United Soccer Club.  Having a Physical Therapist in our soccer community has been a blessing as Quinn has worked a number of our players back into form after injury. As the Injury Education Coordinator, Quinn has established a program educating coaches, players, and parents with techniques for reducing the risk of ACL injury.  If an injury does occur, he serves as a consultant with the player and family to help them through the initial injury or pre-operative phase.   Quinn also serves as a consultant in returning the athlete to the field after any kind of injury/surgery - working with the player, parents, coach, and physician. Lastly, Quinn provides PUSC with educational info on common soccer injuries - per the website in the fitness and video gallery sections.  www.placerunited.com We are very appreciative to Quinn and his dedication to our student/athletes ensuring their health and well being."
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"After our 12 year old daughter suffered a torn meniscus playing soccer, we were referred to Quinn McArthur for physical therapy/rehab.  Quinn offered a wealth of experience and knowledge with regards to her injury, rehabilitation and future injury prevention.  His expertise and guidance during her 6 weeks of rehabilitation were instrumental in her recovery.  Quinn offered on-field training to Jordan, which led to a confident recovery.   Our experience working with Quinn went far beyond our expectations.  We are grateful for his efforts in getting our daughter back on the field and for helping her develop proper techniques to prevent future injury."
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"Quinn McArthur provided our daughter's PT for an ACL injury before and after surgery in 2008.  We spent 4-6 hours per week in his clinic for 4 weeks prior to surgery and 16 weeks post surgery.   This traditional PT was followed by 16 weeks of soccer-specific training and injury prevention training. Quinn has the unique ability to provide technical expertise in orthopedic rehabilitation and the unfailing personality to motivate young adults to reach their goals.  Teen sports related injuries are a growing reality and Quinn's technical skills and his own athletic experience provides for an unbelievable combination for rehabilitation.  His "preventative" program is a must for all preteen and teenage athletes, especially girls.  He breaks down running and jumping form and teaches teen's proper body mechanics and balance while improving overall strength and speed. Our daughter has better balance and technical form post surgery because of Quinn's program. We would highly recommend Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy for complete sports medicine care."
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"An ACL injury is obviously a hard, stressful thing to recover from.  Quinn immediately warned me of the obstacles I must overcome in order to heal and play the sports I loved.  He was with me through thick & thin and always pushed me just enough to keep me focused and motivated.  I was always comfortable asking him anything I did not understand. Being hurt and having surgery is horrible but Quinn helped me get through it and now I can play all the sports I love in high school."
Clinicians
www.swansonmcarthurpt.com, 20 Dec 2010 [cached]
Paul added two gifted physical therapists as partners several years ago (Mike Schaack and Quinn McArthur) and employs other therapists as well.
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Quinn A. McArthur, PT, OCS Physical Therapist Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Quinn grew up in the Bay Area where he was first exposed to physical therapy over 20 years ago.  Following his interests in anatomy and biomechanics, Quinn graduated with high honors from California State University, Hayward in 1991 with his BS in Athletic Training/Clinical Exercise.  He received the "Outstanding Student of the Year Award" simultaneously and was accepted into the physical therapy program at California State University, Northridge.  Again receiving high honors, he graduated in 1993 with his post-graduate degree in Physical Therapy.  He is licensed to practice physical therapy in the State of California (PT) and has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Orthopedic Section since 1991. He joined Paul Swanson in 2001 and became a partner of Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy in 2005. Quinn received board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2007 by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  He specializes in orthopedic manual therapy and orthopedic and sports injury rehabilitation. An advocate of continuing education, Quinn has taken numerous short- and long-term post-graduate courses, focusing on injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, sports-specific training, and advanced manual therapy treatment for the spine and extremities.  He is a clinical instructor, mentoring graduate students during clinical internships and educating high school students in the profession of physical therapy.  Quinn is also an assistant instructor educating licensed physical therapists in orthopedic manual physical therapy and clinical exercises through long-term post-graduate coursework. As an endurance athlete, Quinn has completed several marathons and numerous triathlons (including four Ironman -distance triathlons and three 1/2-Ironman triathlons). Heavily involved in youth athletics, Quinn has involved himself in the community as a Roseville Girl's Softball Coach, a Roseville Youth Soccer Club (RYSC) Coach, and a Roseville Indoor Soccer Coach. He has provided strength and conditioning training to RYSC Girl's Select Soccer since 2005 and began working as the Injury Education Program Coordinator for Placer United Soccer Club in 2008. He spends time with his wife and two children playing, traveling, and supporting all of their endeavors and celebrating all of their achievements.
Paul added two gifted physical therapists ...
www.swansonmcarthurpt.com, 19 Jan 2009 [cached]
Paul added two gifted physical therapists as partners several years ago (Mike Schaack and Quinn McArthur) and employs other therapists as well.
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Quinn A. McArthur, PT, OCS Physical Therapist Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Quinn grew up in the Bay Area where he was first exposed to physical therapy over 20 years ago. Following his interests in anatomy and biomechanics, Quinn graduated with high honors from California State University, Hayward in 1991 with his BS in Athletic Training/Clinical Exercise. He received the "Outstanding Student of the Year Award" simultaneously and was accepted into the physical therapy program at California State University, Northridge. Again receiving high honors, he graduated in 1993 with his post-graduate degree in Physical Therapy.
He is licensed to practice physical therapy in the State of California (PT) and has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Orthopedic Section since 1991.
He joined Paul Swanson in 2001 and became a partner of Swanson McArthur Physical Therapy in 2005.
Quinn received board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2007 by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He specializes in orthopedic manual therapy and orthopedic and sports rehabilitation.
An advocate of continuing education, Quinn has taken numerous short- and long-term post-graduate courses, focusing on injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, sports-specific training, and advanced manual therapy treatment for the spine and extremities. He is a clinical instructor, mentoring graduate students during clinical internships and educating high school students in the profession of physical therapy. Quinn is also an assistant instructor educating licensed physical therapists in orthopedic manual physical therapy and clinical exercises through long-term post-graduate coursework.
As an endurance athlete, Quinn has completed several marathons and numerous triathlons (including four Ironman -distance triathlons and three 1/2-Ironman triathlons).
Heavily involved in youth athletics, Quinn has involved himself in the community as a Roseville Girl's Softball Coach, a Roseville Youth Soccer Club (RYSC) Coach, and a Roseville Indoor Soccer Coach.
He has provided strength and conditioning training to RYSC Girl's Select Soccer since 2005 and began working as the Injury Education Program Coordinator for Placer United Soccer Club in 2008.
He spends time with his wife and two children playing, traveling, and supporting all of their endeavors and celebrating all of their achievements.
Quinn McArthur, a physical ...
placersports.com, 13 April 2012 [cached]
Quinn McArthur, a physical therapist, has run the ACL injury prevention program for Woodcreek girls soccer for two years.
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Quinn McArthur is an orthopedic clinical specialist.
He also has a sophomore daughter, Madeline, on the soccer team at Woodcreek High School, and there were two things some years back that bothered him - one of which he could see, and one he couldn't.
Standing out in McArthur's eyes were two scary statistics: 1. In soccer, volleyball and basketball, females sustain 48 times more injuries than males; 2. In soccer, 70 percent are non-contact injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee.
"Since Title IX in 1972, there has been an exponential increase in ACL tears," McArthur said as the Timberwolves lined up to begin their ACL injury prevention program, which they do for 45 minutes before practice each Monday with shorter versions before games.
What McArthur didn't see was an injury prevention program in use, which frustrated him. In scouring the Internet, McArthur found the Santa Monica ACL Prevention Project. It was a few years old but wasn't being used. He adapted his program from the Santa Monica Project.
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McArthur said. "They need to be healthy."
Four factors contribute to ACL injuries, and all occur after puberty. Girls play "taller," McArthur said, and the ACL in girls is thinner. The space between the ends of the femur, known as the intercondylar notch, is shaped like an inverted U in boys and an A in girls. Girls also develop knock knees.
"That puts the ACL at risk. They run up, they change direction, and it just goes," McArthur said.
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"That's the crux of all of this," McArthur said. "We teach them soon as I come up to you, I get down low so I can go wherever I have to go. That reduces the risk. Notice I don't say prevent."
Strengthening exercises target the hips, hamstrings, calves, quadriceps, inner thighs and more. McArthur has seen quickness and agility improvement in the Timberwolves.
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McArthur was her physical therapist post-op.
"It's cool to have this at practice," she said.
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Roseville, Granite Bay, Woodcreek, high school girls soccer, ACL tears, anterior cruciate ligament injuries, Title IX, Quinn McArthur, physical therapy, orthopedic clinical specialist, Santa Monica ACL Prevention Project
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