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Zach Parise Says “NO” To Back Surgery: Here’s What You Can You Learn From His Experience

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Afflicted with back pain and severe leg numbness and tingling, Zach Parise played the majority of the late winter/early spring season injured. It wasn’t until April 5th when a particular hit put him on the injured reserve. Multiple Star Tribune articles reported that Zach suffered from a herniated disk (which is a very common injury […]

Jody Kramer Celebrating 20 Years At OSI Physical Therapy

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Jody Kramer Celebrating 20 Years At OSI Physical Therapy OSI-Lake Elmo is lucky to be able to celebrate Jody Kramer’s 20th Anniversary with OSI!!! She has worked in almost every role here at OSI, including starting as a patient. Her first OSI home was at the Maplewood clinic and she’s found her way to Lake […]

Testimonial: Basketball Player Abby Schouvieller

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Testimonial: Basketball Player Abby Schouvieller My name is Abby Schouvieller and I am a sophomore at North St Paul high school. Last year as a freshman I tore my ACL in a basketball game. As you can imagine this was not pleasing as it was unknown territory and it meant I had to miss lots […]

‘Choosing Wisely’: Reducing Unnecessary Tests & Procedures

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‘Choosing Wisely’: Reducing Unnecessary Tests & Procedures The American Board of Internal Medicine started a campaign called Choosing Wisely to help start conversations between doctors and patients in order to reduce unnecessary tests and procedures. The American Physical Therapy Association is one partner in this effort who has published a list of five things patients […]

4 Tips: The Ergonomics Of Breastfeeding

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4 Tips: The Ergonomics Of Breastfeeding Do your neck, shoulders or back get sore with breastfeeding? You aren’t alone and there are ways to help. Poor body mechanics are usually to blame when it comes to joint and muscle pain while breastfeeding. First and foremost, a comfortable chair is required. Tip #1: The Feet Your […]