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Great Book Recommendation: Shotgun Lovesongs

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Great Book Recommendation: Shotgun Lovesongs If you are looking for a good book to read I have to highly recommend “Shotgun Lovesongs,” by Nickolas Butler.  One, because it is by my brother-in-law who wrote it and two, it really is a fabulous book.   It has been given rave reviews by the New York Times and […]

What Is A PT’s Prospective On Curling Injuries?

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What Is A PT’s Prospective On Curling Injuries? Last summer, my husband and I were confronted by our friends to join a curling league.  I figured if I can sweep my kitchen floor, curling couldn’t be that much different?  Well, we decided to give it a try thinking it couldn’t be that hard to do. […]

Florida Road Trip: Final Entry Day 4

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Florida Road Trip: Final Entry Day 4 This morning started with two texts from back home. One from Alli about a hockey player needing a knee consult, and the other from the hockey player requesting to get an appointment with me ASAP. This is why I don’t take vacations. Around the lunch hour we all […]

Florida Roadtrip 2014 Pt 3 – Using YELP

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Florida Roadtrip 2014 Pt 3 – Using YELP When my wife and I were planning this road trip, we decided to use a few non-conventional methods to plan where we would eat. Now, this wouldn’t occur for every meal, primarily just supper (breakfast and lunch come out of the cooler!). We made a plan that […]

Age 22 And Living In Assisted Living

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Age 22 And Living In Assisted Living I was 22 years old when I packed up my Kia Sephia and headed to Osakis, Minnesota.  This is where I did my grad school practicum experience for the summer.  If any of you have been to Osakis, it is a great, quiet, small town.  I needed a place […]

Athletic Trainers: The Heart Of The Operation

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Athletic Trainers: The Heart Of The Operation In case you haven’t noticed by all of the posts and pictures the month of March was Athletic Training month! The theme this year by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) is We’ve Got Your Back! Previously my wonderful, smart, and talented colleagues have highlighted what an athletic […]

Florida Trip, Day 2. Nashville to Cape Canaveral

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Florida Trip, Day 2. Nashville to Cape Canaveral Today started out just as early as yesterday, with a quick breakfast, and looking down the barrel of another 770 miles to our next destination. Today would take us through what I might consider to be the most beautiful country ever made. Southern Tennessee is my new […]

What Makes Athletic Training Different Than Physical Therapy?

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What Makes Athletic Training Different Than Physical Therapy? Hello everyone! Liz Gerdin here, the athletic trainer at North High School. Recently we have had a ton of awesome blog posts with great advice and interesting information. In honor of National Athletic Training Month, I thought you all would love a picture of what makes athletic […]

What Does An OSI Owner Do After A Long Day’s Work?

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What Does every OSI owner need after a long days work?  Why some massage to his injured/partially amputated finger, of coarse! Mike was supposed to be helping Sara Lumby during Sports Night when said massage was occurring and she caught him slacking on his duties 😉 – Sara

Physical Therapist Florida Roadtrip 2014 – Pt 1

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Florida Roadtrip 2014 – A Physical Therapist Hits The Road This morning started at 6:30am. At least, that’s when we hit the road. Technically, I was up at 5:00. Not how I would normally choose to start a vacation, but I’m heading out on a 9 day road trip with my wife to Naples, Florida. […]
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