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Recap Of The Fall season At Henry Sibley High School

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Recap Of The Fall season At Henry Sibley High School   **This Fall I spent time covering:     **AT PROBS and Life of an AT         **Here is just a glimpse at some of the injuries here at Henry Sibley for this fall:   Here is how my Fall season went, […]

What Is A Sports Hernia?

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What Is A Sports Hernia? Although a sports hernia is not a common pathology, we have been hearing more about these injuries in the news with professional athletes.  I recently completed a hip course where this topic was discussed and since a sport hernia is one of the least understood pathologies in athletes, I  decided […]

The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3

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The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3 Think about it . . . most therapy practices and their owners and leaders focus so much on patient care and productivity, which is very important – no doubt. But the practices – businesses – that will successfully move into a transforming health care world will embrace the same […]

Do Successful Teams Have Fewer Injuries???

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Do Successful Teams Have Fewer Injuries??? This is an interesting topic. I have had seasons where I have a lot of injuries among my teams and other seasons where there are very few injuries. Is there a reason for this? Is it a complete coincidence? I am the Athletic Trainer at East Ridge High School. […]

The Medco Catalog Has Arrived

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The Medco Catalog Has Arrived It’s that time of year when all the holiday catalogs start coming out and everyone spends their time flipping through them and marking what they want. This is not the case for athletic trainers. Our “holiday” catalog arrives at the beginning of the year. It puts a smile on my […]

A Self Made Nutrition And Workout Program

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A Self Made Nutrition And Workout Program A parent asked me to get together a nutrition and workout program together for her daughter, to improve and better herself for her next sports season. I put a lot of work in to it, and I thought it would be cool if we posted it to the […]

Headache Causes And Solutions

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Headache Causes And Solutions Recently OSI Physical Therapy was featured on Twin Cities Live for treatment of headaches. (Link to the TCL feature) This was an exciting opportunity to make the public aware of the potential impact that physical therapy can have on certain common types of headaches. I want to take this opportunity to […]

Small Town Girl At Heart

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Small Town Girl At Heart I am from a small town in north central MN. This is not just a small town that no one knows about that you drive through and you don’t even know you drove through it. My town is a tourist town. I grew up with “city people” coming up and […]

The Leadership Edge Update

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The Leadership Edge Update   The Leadership Edge program has been HIGHLY Successful for our TPI Minnesota therapists and staff. We are 8 weeks into the 10 Week Online Program. Our therapists have been especially jazzed up by the Followership Model Effective Followers respect the leaders and leadership. They are engaged, enthused about their role […]

October is Physical Therapy Month!

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(Image via APTA) October is Physical Therapy Month! Did you know October is National Physical Therapy (PT) Month? OSI is proud of our Physical Therapists and we greatly appreciate the services provided for our communities that we have served for over 35 years. In fact, our PTs are ranked in the top 7% in the […]

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