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Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors

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Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors Saying goodbye at the end of the year is always tough. Saying goodbye to the seniors often leaves me in tears (I am a big softy). This year I say goodbye to a group of seniors that have been around for my whole […]

The Reactive Sling Shot: Stepping Up Your Workout

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The Reactive Sling Shot: Stepping Up Your Workout My fiancé and I have tried to adopt a healthier lifestyle this past year, so we have been active members at our local gym. Tony has been big into the power lifts, wanting to gain strength and muscle mass. He has done a lot of different research […]

[Video] How To Tape For Turf Toe

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[Video] How To Tape For Turf Toe   Large Toe or 1st Metatarsophalangeal (1st MTP) joint sprain: A sprain to the large toe (“Turf Toe”) can happen for many reasons. Think of the first toe getting stretched in an exaggerated ROM either in flexion or extension (up or down). This causes a sprain in the […]

Counting Down Top 8 Questions An Athletic Trainer Is Asked

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Counting Down: Top 8 Questions An Athletic Trainer Is Asked  These are the top questions I’m sure every Athletic Trainer has been asked. I decided to show the questions and share my answers with you: (cue the David Letterman drum roll)   8.  What’s the worst injury you have ever seen? A: This question always […]

Go With Your Gut: 3 Important Tips For Injuries On Site

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Go With Your Gut: 3 Important Tips For Injuries On Site As an Athletic Trainer, there have been plenty of times where I have had to go with a quick judgement call. A lot of the times, AT’s are the ones that are on site for injuries, and we often need to make quick decisions […]

An OSI Physical Therapy Experience From A Family Member

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(Above: Pic of my Mom, Dad, and Sister, who have all been to an OSI clinic for PT) An OSI Experience From A Family Member I have had almost every one in my family receive therapy at OSI for something. My dad had bilateral knee replacements last winter which needed therapy on; which he received […]

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