Bay Sport Physical Therapy

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Bay Sport Physical Therapy
Bay Sport Physical Therapy is listed in the Physical Therapists category in Santa Clara, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bay Sport Physical Therapy which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bay Sport Physical Therapy on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Bay Sport Physical Therapy is:
3250 Central Expy
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 738-3200
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#WellnessWednesday https://t.co/voG0rE5cJQ fb.me/3rf6jS3hO

#WellnessWednesday https://www.instagram.com/p/BTFDAlPh4tt/
2 Likes, 1 Comments - BaySport (@baysport) on Instagram: “You can exercise in the rain, we promise you won't melt! BaySport Nutritionist Sheri runs the Go…”


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By Kelly Hood With the rise of home health electronics, many people own a bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA)... fb.me/7zQ5B5kS5


Consumer Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Devices: What to know before you buy baysport.com/blog/consumer-…

By Kelly Hood With the rise of home health electronics, many people own a bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) scale or handheld device to monitor body composition at home. Commercial BIA devices provide a relatively simple, inexpensive, and noninvasive technique to measure body composition. BIA devices work by sending a very low, safe electrical signal through regions of the body between plate electrodes; BIA scales do this through the feet whereas handheld devices go through the arms. [ 792 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/consumer-bioelectrical-impedance-analysis-devices-what-to-know-before-you-buy/
By Kelly Hood With the rise of home health electronics, many people own a bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) scale or handheld device to monitor body composition at home. Commercial BIA devices…


March Madness is in full swing at our Physical Therapy clinics where patients are competing in BaySport's March... fb.me/21SSA4tUC

March Madness is in full swing at our Physical Therapy clinics where patients are competing in BaySport's March Madness shoot out. #MarchMadness #physicaltherapy #BayAreaRehab

Injuries The most common reason adolescents drop out of sports is due to injury. Approximately 50% of injuries in young athletes are due to overuse injuries. Injuries at a young age that are not managed properly can discourage your child from participation in sport and exercise throughout their lifespan. To prevent overuse injuries: Do not advise your child to “play-up” or play on a more advanced team. [ 413 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/keep-your-young-athlete-in-the-game-health-tips-for-developing-athletes/
Injuries The most common reason adolescents drop out of sports is due to injury. Approximately 50% of injuries in young athletes are due to overuse injuries. Injuries at a young age that are not ma…

By John Paul de Guzman Have you ever felt hungry or thirsty during or after a workout? It is not uncommon to confuse the two sensations when it comes to your appetite and wonder, “Should I eat or drink, and when?” In this article, we will identify the body’s different signals and how to mindfully respond to them to manage hunger and thirst. [ 1,031 more word ] http://baysport.com/blog/satiating-your-hunger-and-quenching-thirst/
By John Paul de Guzman Have you ever felt hungry or thirsty during or after a workout? It is not uncommon to confuse the two sensations when it comes to your appetite and wonder, “Should I eat or d…