Physical and Occupational Therapy in Tucson
Why choose Sol?
We believe that every person has the innate ability to get the most out of their health in order to optimize performance and get back to the activities they love. At Sol, it is our vision that we provide the highest standard of care, including an unrivaled 45 minutes of one-on-one therapy time with our industry-leading practitioners.
We provide treatment and preventive care tailored to the needs of each of our patients:
Individuals of all ages with orthopedic injuries, balance concerns, pre-operative and post-operative issues, isolated pain or general weakness.
Conditions we treat include (but are not limited to):
- Musculoskeletal conditions or injuries
- Cervical, thoratic and lumbar pain
- Gait and balance concerns
- Post-concussive rehabilitation
- Athletic pain and injuries
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Sport-specific training and rehabilitation
You can expect each visit to last about an hour, including an unrivaled 45 minutes of one-on-one time with one of our leading practitioners.
After your evaluation, you and your therapist will determine the number of times you will need to be seen. On average, we see patients 1 to 2 times per week for 4 to 8 weeks.
We recommend you wear comfortable, athletic or loose-fitting clothing, such as a t-shirt, sweatpants or shorts. We also suggest wearing supportive sneakers or gym shoes.
Referral requirements are determined by your insurance provider. Our front office can verify your coverage benefits as a courtesy to you, and provide you that information prior to your appointment.
We accept most major medical insurance plans, including Medicare, workers’ compensation, AHCCCS, cases involving motor vehicle accidents, as well as most commercial/PPO plans. If you have any questions, our wonderful front office will be happy to help out!
The National Football League (NFL) has been in hot water recently in the wake of the suspected mismanagement of Tua Tagovailoa’s head injuries. It would seem that Tua, the star quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, suffered a concussion in two consecutive games. The first injury occurred when he fell backwards, hit his head on the ground and got up stumbling. After this display of instability, during the sideline assessment, Tua associated the clumsiness with a lingering back injury which the medical team accepted and cleared him of concussion. This enabled him to return to the game. Impact to the head in the second game suggested a much more serious neurological injury as he became unconscious and stiff after getting thrown to the ground and hitting the back of his head again.
Read the full article written by Sol’s Jacob Vogel, Licensed Physical Therapist & Certified Athletic Trainer.