SOL Physical Therapy Blog

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. […]

Adventures in Physical Therapy: My Physical Therapy Evaluation

August 14th, 2014

  My name is Becca and I work for SOL Physical therapy, but I’m not a physical therapist. After years of being in pain and trying all kinds of strategies to provide myself with relief, I decided it was time to get some physical therapy. I had my first visit with Korey yesterday, and here’s […]

Adventures In Physical Therapy: Silently Suffering Since 2009

August 11th, 2014

My name is Becca, and I work for SOL Physical Therapy. I’m not a physical therapist, and even though I work for SOL, I’ve never received physical therapy before. Since 2009, I’ve been silently suffering from chronic pain. My pain started in Grad School. I spent hours typing to pump out paper after paper after […]

Neck pain

May 15th, 2014

Neck pain can be caused by many different areas. It can be a source of constant ache or pain with movement, and stop you from enjoying life’s activites. Many people with neck pain suffer from one of the following: Degenerative Disc Disease The discs are the fluid filled sacs between the bones of your neck. […]

SOL Patient testimonial

April 24th, 2014

“I didn’t hold out a lot of hope for improvement of my posterior tibial tendon, after surgery didn’t alleviate the problem, and feared that my future included a lessening of my mobility. I could no longer even use an elliptical machine or treadmill for aerobics! Upon visiting a second orthopedic surgeon, who suggested I try […]

Staying fit after 50

April 21st, 2014

Baby Boomers are defined as those born between the years of 1946 and 1964. That means during 2014, the youngest of this generation – a generation 78 million strong that’s redefining aging as we know it – will be crossing into 50-something territory. Those approaching this milestone, according to a variety of medical experts, can […]

SOL Patient testimonial

April 8th, 2014

We sincerely appreciate patient feedback! Below is one of our most recent testimonials:  “I came to SOL after 24 physical therapy sessions at another facility. My progress at the other place had stagnated and my right shoulder was not improving. Today I completed 12 visits with SOL. SOL is more aggressive and progressive with its […]


April 3rd, 2014

Osteoporosis is a disease, often associated with the elderly, that’s defined by the thinning and weakening of a person’s bone structure. The condition results in a higher risk of breaks and perhaps a vast reduction of one’s mobility and quality of life. Here on Earth, we may reasonably assume that the zero-gravity conditions experienced by […]

SOL’s Athlete of the Month

March 19th, 2014

Congratulations to Paul Du Bois for being SOL’s Athlete of the Month for March! Paul has been training at SOL Performance with Ross Dexter, MHK, CSCS, for the past six months and has kindly shared his story with us: Background “I don’t have much of a fitness background. I pretty much only rode bikes around […]

Herniated disc

March 13th, 2014

So what exactly occurs with a herniated disc? The bones in your spine are called the vertebrae. The vertebrae are held together and in place by ligaments and small discs that act as shock absorbers. These control your spine’s range of movement, flexibility and keep the spinal cord safe from damage. However, when a disc […]