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Best Websites For DYI Projects

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Best Websites For DYI Projects Summer time is a great time to get things done around the house.  Being a new homeowner, I have to say I have very little DIY (do it yourself) capabilities, but I’m willing to learn!  From putting in a bathroom fan to installing recessed lighting, I have used these websites […]

Next Step For Health

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Next Step For Health OSI Physical Therapy and The Training Room in Somerset have developed a program for our patients to transfer from physical therapy to our fitness center.  This program is called Next Step for Health and is designed to address the entire body and health of our patients after they have been in […]

Tech Neck: It’s The New Buzz Word!

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Tech Neck:  It’s The New Buzz Word! It’s 2014 and everybody from age 5 to 85 is constantly looking down at their “device” – phones, iPods, iPads, tablets, etc.  Physical therapists are seeing a rise in patients with neck and shoulder problems ranging from a stiff neck to a disc herniation. This is due to the […]

Another School Year Over, Where Can You Find This ATC Over The Summer?

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Another School Year Over, Where Can You Find This ATC Over The Summer? My Summer Plans: What does an ATC do during the summer when school sports are all done? Yes the school year is over, but NO our work is not over. OSI has picked up several soccer tourney contracts that need ATC coverage. […]

Tips From ‘The Prose’: From Fall Prevention To Athletics, One Simple Exercise

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From Fall Prevention To Athletics, One Simple Exercise One simple exercise I give just about every patient I see in the clinic is balance. Simply standing on one foot can improve so many areas of a persons life.  If you are finding you are feeling a bit unsteady as you are standing and walking, stand […]

Organic Produce: Is It The Right Choice For You?

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Organic Produce: Is It The Right Choice For You? As a Breast Cancer survivor, I am always seeking to make healthy choices.  But buying all organic is hard on the grocery budget!  The Environmental Protection Agency reports that the majority of pesticides now in use are possible causes of Cancer. Studies of Farmworkers who are exposed to pesticides suggest […]

A Soccer/Hockey Player Sidelined By Injury

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A Soccer/Hockey Player Sidelined By Injury This is my niece Abby. (picture)  She is almost 11 and a really good athlete.  She loves soccer and hockey, but recently has been sidelined by posterior tibialis tendonitis (a fancy bunch of words meaning pain on the inside of her ankle and arch of her foot).  To be […]

The Farmer’s Market Rocks

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The Farmer’s Market Rocks I love farmer’s markets.  While some people can get lost in Macy’s or Best Buy for hours, I can get lost in farmers markets for hours. There are so many advantages to having a local farmers market They provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who […]

Outdoor Sports and Body Mechanics

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Outdoor Sports and Body Mechanics As physical therapists, we have conversations about posture and body mechanics all day long. Let’s face it, the last thing I want to think about when I hit the archery range is posture. I simply want to stack arrows on top of each other and try to shoot better than […]

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