SOL Physical Therapy Blog

Need Last Minute Gifts that Will Last a Lifetime? Give the the gift of SOL.

December 18th, 2014

  If you’re like many of us, you haven’t done any shopping for the Holiday season yet. If you don’t hop onto Amazon soon, they won’t be able to ship your gifts on time, and honestly, the idea of buying well-chosen, individualized gifts for each and every one of your relatives is a holiday nightmare. […]

Introducing SOL Physical Therapists: Tyler Williams, DPT

December 11th, 2014

  Max Neggo, DPT was our last PT introduction, and if you don’t remember how great he is, you should check him out: Max’s thumbs are almost as strong as his convictions about what your rehabilitation requires, but not quite as strong as his capacity to teach you about your issue. Today, you get to […]

The Open Enrollment Deadline is Dec. 15th: Tips for Choosing Insurance

December 9th, 2014

  This post is a modified version of a newsletter written by Kevin Rausch of Rausch Physical Therapy and Sports Performance. It has been re-posted with permission, and modified to benefit SOLPT patients. Your Health is The Most Important Decision You Can Make This Season You’ve been calling our office non-stop for the past month […]

Do you have Aetna PPO or POS? We can bill for you.

December 4th, 2014

On May 10th, 2014, SOL Physical Therapy had to make the hard decision to go out of network with Aetna Insurance. Deciding not to accept certain insurances is always a difficult decision for us. We don’t like interrupting our patients’ treatment, and we surely don’t like barring anyone from accessing our services. However, when rates […]

[Video] A few (lighthearted) tips for an injury-free Thanksgiving.

November 27th, 2014

Sometimes, the inspiration to help people hits our physical therapists and performance trainers without any warning. We hope that Nina, Jay, Emily, and Kelly’s random act of Thanksgiving kindness will inspire you to think about how you’re moving while you’re cooking this year’s thanksgiving feast. Happy Thanksgiving from the entire team here at SOL Physical Therapy […]

Introducing SOL Physical Therapists: Max Neggo, DPT

November 20th, 2014

  Remember Katie Barry, DPT? Here’s a quick reminder: With seemingly psychic powers (and complementary sympathetic vocalizations), Katie’s stalwart thumbs, eloquent approach to explanation, and locked-down knowledge inspire serious confidence. This week, I’d like to introduce the SOLPT world to Max Neggo, DPT.   I treated with Max down at SOL Performance Training, and this […]

The #1 Reason Why You Need to Start Training with SOL Performance

November 13th, 2014

  I want you to imagine yourself in a happy future. Start with 5 years down the road. What does your life look like? What are you doing? What have you accomplished? What’s next for you? Now imagine 10 years into the future. Take your time. I’ll wait. Now imagine 20 years. 30 years. 40. […]

Introducing SOL Physical Therapists: Katie Barry, DPT

November 6th, 2014

After a small interlude to congratulate the World Champion San Francisco Giants, we’re back on the road to introducing you to all the physical therapists at SOL. A few weeks ago, you were given in a glimpse into what it’s like to treat with Ann-Michelle Ongerth, DPT: “Ann-Michelle’s sturdy thumbs, scientific explanations, and laser focus on […]

How Rehabbing with SOL is like the Giants’ Road to the Championship

October 30th, 2014

  At first, you’re riddled with injury …   … and the road to victory seems long and tortuous.   But with locked-down coaching…   … and a few choice motivational words…   …our PTs will teach you the proper biomechanics…   …and help you with the heads-up physical decision making …   …that will inevitably lead […]

Introducing SOL Physical Therapists: Ann-Michelle Ongerth, DPT

October 23rd, 2014

  Last week, I introduced the SOL community to Korey Pieper, DPT, OCS: “Calm, yet discerning, Korey’s compassionate thumbs and pleasant bedside manner make her a pleasure to work with each and every week.” This week, it’s time to talk about her partner in PT at SOL Walnut Creek, Ann-Michelle Ongerth, DPT. Here is my one sentence […]