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Oh Yes! It’s Halloween On Friday!

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Oh yes! It’s Halloween on Friday! The kiddos are all geared up and anxious for one of their favorite nights of the year! How fun it is to decorate our front yards like a cemeteries and scare the bejeebers out of small children at our doors! Seriously though, we try as much as we can throughout the year to limit their sugar intake but on this one night of […]

Let’s See Your Pumpkin Carving Skills

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“We are always the same age inside. ” ― Gertrude Stein The other day my kids asked my wife and I to get some pumpkins to carve for Halloween. In years past we didn’t do this because we always drove out of the city on Halloween to visit my sister and her kids to bring our kids […]

Recipes: Pumpkin Spiced Chai Latte – Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free

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Pumpkin Spiced Chai Latte – Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free It’s that time of year for pumpkin-flavored everything! If you like pumpkin spiced drinks and appreciate dairy- and sugar-free eating, this is for you! Being someone who spends a lot of time on the go, this recipe fits in well for me, too, as I can make it […]

Do YOU Know What ‘Na Zarowia’ Means?

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Do YOU Know What ‘Na Zarowia’ Means? Na Zarowia! In polish means “to your health” Every once in a while I meet someone from my hometown area up in northern MN. We hale from a large Polish community. So I had to wear my shirt for him one day. In the photo is Phil and he tells me […]

Tartan High School’s Track And Football Fields Looking Good

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Now that Football is back in the grind, we will take a look at what the fields looked like at Tartan High School just 2 years ago. From ankle spraining divots and elbow cutting drainage grates on the field; to gorgeous self-draining, and smooth surface turf! – Kaitlen  

Donuts In The Occ Health Program?

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Donuts In The Occ Health Program? Here is Eli on his last day of the work conditioning program before he went back to full duty on the oil fields in North Dakota.  He wanted to get right to work so he took his donut onto the treadmill and started his program.  He figured he had burned […]

Take The Pop Quiz On Shoulder Pain

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Take The Pop Quiz On Shoulder Pain Shoulder pain is a common problem, unfortunately.  Some estimates say up to 33% of all Doctors’ visits for musculoskeletal pain are for shoulder discomfort.  Depending on the patient, the usual options for treatment are to:   a)     Do nothing b)    Get a cortisone injection c)     See your local […]

Another Pt’s Success Story After Rehab With OSI Physical Therapy

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Another Pt’s Success Story After Rehab With OSI Physical Therapy Look at Marvin around 7 month’s post op having had a total shoulder replacement driving his tractor in the Almelund Threshing Show!   Marvin’s therapy team was Nicole Dahmes and myself. Way to go Marvin!! – Trixie

Take Me Out To The Ball Game

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On Friday, Sept. 5th, myself (manager at Somerset OSI), Linda Olsen (manager at Stillwater OSI), Mike Brown (manager at Lake Elmo OSI), and Tony O’Bright (manager at Maplewood OSI) were lucky to be able to go to the Twins game together.  We had great seats, (just 6 rows up from home plate), awesome food, and […]

Can You Pass #TheConcussionChallenge?

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Can You Pass #TheConcussionChallenge? With fall sports starting up it is a great time for a little reminder about concussions. Click the link below to take the concussion challenge. What is the concussion challenge? It’s all about information. Watch this fantastic, very informative, and easy to understand video and  pass the information along.  http://theconcussionblog.com/2014/08/28/theconcussionchallenge/ – […]

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