S.O.A.R. is the acronym for the specialties we offer -- Sports, Orthopedics, and Active Rehabilitation. For more than a decade, S.O.A.R. has been serving Guam with an alternative approach to healthcare. As one of the longest standing physical therapy clinics on island, we continue to strive for the highest quality of care for all patients. Everyone who walks through our doors is guaranteed to work with a healthcare professional who will help you achieve your health and fitness goals. From the weekend warrior, high level athletes, retired veterans, or anyone in pain, our goal is to help you.
Julienne Duenas, DPT, owner and director of S.O.A.R. Physical Therapy, is a licensed Physical Therapist with over 30 years of experience in orthopedics and sports therapy. Julienne is passionate about empowering clients, especially women to take charge of their health and their outcomes, and recently expanded her practice to include pelvic health and pediatric early intervention. Julienne has been involved with the Guam National Olympic Committee Medical Commission serving as the team physical therapist for the national teams at both on and off island sporting events to include: South Pacific Games, Micronesian Games, East Asian Games, Sydney 2000 and Bejing 2008 Olympics. The PT clinic welcomes all people seeking assistance with painful movement, dependence and quality of movement in their life.
Jordan Duenas Tingson received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from The George Washington University. He is a licensed physical therapist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Clinical Athlete, EXOS Performance Specialist, and passionate Basketball and Track and Field coach. Jordan's dedication to caring for others inspired him to return to Guam and give back to the community that raised him. He served as physical therapist in Pacific Games 2019, and as an assistant coach to Guam's U17 Mens' National Basketball Team in the 2019 U17 FIBA Oceania Championships in New Caledonia. His mission is to provide high quality to care to the community of Guam through education, promoting self-efficacy, and physical activity.
Bea is a physical therapist specializing in treating pelvic pain, urinary and bowel symptoms as well as sexual dysfunction in women and men. She also works with women during pregnancy and postpartum. She is particularly passionate about educating women about pelvic health during pregnancy and helping women return to sport and fitness following childbirth. She commonly works with people experiencing leakage issues, urinary frequency and urgency, constipation, pain with sex, tailbone pain, pelvic pain, prolapse and diastasis recti. She enjoys using a holistic approach combining hands-on manual therapy with movement and exercise-based treatment. Bea will work with you to develop a treatment plan that optimizes your pelvic health and helps you return to the life you want.
Morgan received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of Texas Medical Branch. She completed an orthopedic residency at The Ohio State University advancing her clinical expertise of complicated orthopedic conditions across the lifespan. Morgan became a Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist continuing her commitment to current research and techniques in order to provide excellent treatment and patient outcomes. Morgan grew up dancing from a young age and has over 15 years of training and instructing a variety of dance styles. She continued her passion for the performing arts by completing her fellowship in Performing Arts Medicine at The Ohio State University. She is passionate about serving the arts community who deserve special consideration for the unique requirements their art form demands. Morgan's clinical interests include empowering her patients through an individualized rehabilitation program, patient education, injury prevention and overall health and wellness.