Los Angeles- During a difficult and rebranding time for once the World Champions, the Los Angles Lakers have hired Judy Seto as the Director of Sports Performance on Friday.
Seto will be working alongside General Manager Rob Pelinka, as well as making sure that the Lakers’ players are healthy, as well as overseeing the players’ performance. Seto has a great resume with developing, designing and implementing sports science concepts and technology to maximize athletic performance, minimize injury risk and facilitate a timeline of players’ timeline of coming back from injury
In 2011, Seto was hired by the Lakers to be a physical therapist and in 2016 decided that she wanted to do something different. After 2016, Seto worked on her craft to improve herself, as well as utilize her knowledge with the Los Angeles Dodgers in a physical therapy role.
Seto is very optimistic with her new role back with the Lakers and can not wait to get started.
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