SOL Physical Therapy Blog

Introducing a SOL Physical Therapist: Korey Pieper, DPT, OCS

October 16th, 2014

  My name is Becca. I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. For the last several weeks, I’ve been taking you through my experience of what it’s like to be a patient at SOLPT. In this story, I’ve been the hero. I’ve shared my adventures in overcoming bad habits, falling […]

Three Reasons Why SOL Physical Therapy Aides are the Absolute Best

October 9th, 2014

  My name is Becca, and I work for SOL physical therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. In my story about physical therapy thus far, I’ve given props to my physical therapist for really providing some insightful information about my condition and I’ve given props to SOL’s owner for walking her talk and living […]

I stopped going to physical therapy. You’ll never believe what happened.

October 2nd, 2014

  My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. Three weeks ago, I waxed poetic about how physical therapy was changing my life for the better. After enthusiastically attending my physical therapy follow-up the next day, I missed my next two appointments, and fell back into some […]

Until I took SOL Functional Movement, I didn’t realize how poorly I moved (I move a lot better now).

September 25th, 2014

  My name is Becca! If you’ve been following SOL’s blog lately, you know that I’ve been sharing my SOL physical therapy story. (Want the whole story? Start here.) Shortly into my treatment, Jay Marchi (one of our SOL Performance trainers, physical therapy aides, fellow Giants fan, and all around wonderful person) started teaching a […]

6 Home Exercises to Cure My Repetitive Strain Injury

September 18th, 2014

  My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. I’m curing the damage in my arm/shoulder/neck from 5 years of computer-induced repetitive strain injury (RSI). A few weeks ago, I promised I’d show you my home exercise program, and today I’m making good on that promise.   […]

How 4 Sessions of Physical Therapy Have Changed My Life

September 11th, 2014

My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. After just 4 physical therapy sessions at SOL Walnut Creek, my relationship with the pain I’ve been experiencing since 2009 has completely changed.   As I mentioned in my first post, after 5 years of experiencing neck/arm/shoulder pain, […]

SŌLPT Guide: How to Estimate Out-Of-Network Insurance Reimbursement

September 4th, 2014

  Are you in the following boat when it comes to physical therapy? “I’m tired of dealing with pain, I’m frustrated with/don’t want to mess with ineffective treatment, and I actually want to get better. SŌL is out-of-network with my insurance, but I still want to come to SŌL for Physical Therapy Services. I’ve heard […]

3 Pieces of Physical Therapy Gear Essential to My HEP

August 28th, 2014

  My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. I’m getting physical therapy to get rid of left arm/neck/shoulder pain I’ve been experiencing since 2009, and I’m taking you along on my journey to give you a newbie’s perspective on what physical therapy is all about. After the good news […]

Good Pain, Alligator Arms, and Forgiveness: My First Physical Therapy Follow-Up

August 26th, 2014

My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. I’m getting physical therapy to relieve a pain problem I’ve had since 2009, and I’m sharing my story with you to give you an inside look at what it’s like to get physical therapy at SOL. After being a bad […]

3 reasons I am a bad physical therapy patient.

August 21st, 2014

  My name is Becca and work for SOL Physical Therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. After living with a literal pain in my neck (and shoulder … and forearm) since 2009, I decided that it was time to get some physical therapy. One week into my journey, I have been a baaaaaaad patient. […]