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Hydration In The Heat!

Water is the most essential component of the human body, as it provides an important role in the function of cells.  Here is a Guide to Hydration during warm weather re-posted from the blog Physioanswers: “It’s been getting warmer as spring moves into summer across the US. That means if you are working or playing […]

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Muscle pain

Muscle pain and discomfort is common among athletes and people involved in repetitive stress activities. This leads to the manifestation of myofascial trigger points or muscles knots and postural syndromes. Trigger points can cause pain, tingling and can even cause pain referrals to other areas of the body. Trigger points were described by British physician […]

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Tommy John Surgery Isn’t For Kids: How to Prevent Overuse Injuries in Young Athletes

This month’s issue of SOL’s newsletter “Move for Life with SOL” is out! If you’d like receive this content straight to your inbox (complete with special offers), subscribe today! “Give them time off to recover. Please. Give them time to recover.” –Dr. James Andrews Participation in sports is hugely beneficial for young people – and those […]

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Patient Results with SOL Physical Therapy

Sleeping through the night without pain while pregnant.

“I was having pain in my hips + mid back that was waking me up at night and making it very difficult to sleep. After my massage, I slept so much better! It’s hard enough to sleep through the night when you’re pregnant – so it was so much better to not wake up because […]

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

  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 […]

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Staying fit after 50

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 […]

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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 […]

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Herniated disc

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 […]

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