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SOL Performance Training

‘How trained is your trainer,’ asks SOL Performance Training. Many gyms and training centers today are attracting clients of various health backgrounds by offering high-energy and often competitive exercises designed to stretch the limits of their bodies. But just how safe are training programs that promote high-intensity aerobic and resistance workouts? For the answer, says […]

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Preventing injuries during pregnancy

SOL PT, and mom-to-be, Amy shares her pregnancy insights and how she’s managed pain. “In a recent study published this year, it was estimated that more than two thirds of pregnant women experience low back pain and nearly one-fifth experience pelvic pain.1 Pregnancy causes physiologic changes in the body, including increased weight gain, swelling of […]

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Ankle instability

Ankle instability can be a chronic issue. Dr. Cristina Diaz, DC, from SOL Santa Cruz, provides quick insight into this topic: “Ankle sprains are the most common injuries in a variety of sports and very identifiable when they occur. You roll your ankle, feel a click or pop, followed by pain and swelling. The common treatment […]

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Got Impingement?

Shoulder Impingement is one of the, if not the most, common non-traumatic injuries to the shoulder and it can be a nagging inconvenience! Physio Answers offers some helpful insights into this impingement- “Let’s go over the what, the how, and possible home solutions or adjuncts to other therapeutic intervention: The what: Somehow the muscle that fits […]

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SOL Walnut Creek

SOL Walnut Creek is making noise!  Aracelly Latino-Feliz, MPT, Walnut Creek clinic director, along with Ann-Michelle Ongerth, DPT and Laura Trimble,  are working hard to honor SOL’s mission and ensure that patients reach their performance goals! Read below for our recent patient testimonials. “Ara gave me a series of exercises which have allowed me to […]

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Kettlebell transformation & restoration

SOL’s very own Tammara Moore, DPT, OCS and Ada Jauregui, DPT, both certified in FMS, SFMA and RKC/Strong First Kettlebell Instructors, will be starting a kettlebell warrior and body restoration and transformation project soon! They will be interviewing 10 highly committed people for this 12-week program implementing the FMS and Kettlebell Training. Their mission is to […]

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Thousands saved! by strength?

When a injury suddenly sidelines you, it’s easy to feel frustrated, and demotivated.  It is  also a great time to evaluate what continues to cause your injuries in the first place.  Unstable diet and exercise are  often contributing factors when you find that (once again) you are not able to do what you love.  Did you realize that by […]

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SOL Performance You will love Russian Kettlebell Training!

  Oakland, CA (PRWEB Oakland sports rehab and fitness training center, SOL Performance Training, a cutting-edge facility that bridges the gap between physical therapy and personal training, recently began to offer a variety of workouts with Russian kettlebells, a time-honored training method that studies show is effective for weight loss, strength training and rehabilitation. Kettlebell […]

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A must read if you or anyone you know has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. PT & the Alter G can help!

If you or anyone you know has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, Advance for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine’s article entitled, “Prevailing over Parkinson’s: Physical Therapy Helps Patients Manage the Degenerative Nature of Parkinson’s Disease” is a must read. The article says, “Patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a chronic illness with known progressive qualities, are left with an […]

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