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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Maggie Kadrlik

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Maggie Kadrlik I’ve been really excited to tell Maggie’s story since she agreed to be part of the Making of a Champion series! Maggie is a senior at Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights, and is stepping into a big role this fall as she continues her […]

Remember This? Everything You Need to Know…..

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Everything You Need to Know….. I was reminded of the true meaning of cooperation, support and teamwork the other day when I attended my Granddaughter’s end of year concert.  It was a packed gymnasium with Parents and Grandparents beaming with pride and waving to their Kindergartners on stage. They sang several songs and then it was […]

An Inspiring Run For Others

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(Above: Here’s a picture post race of Ella and her friend, Lauren.  Aren’t they cute?  I think they smiled the entire time they were running!) An Inspiring Run For Others My oldest daughter, Ella, ran in the Cemstone Run for Others kids 1 mile fun run last weekend.  She came home with a flyer a few […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Katie Kensy

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Katie Kensy Katie Kensy is a senior at St. Kates University, and a graduate of physical therapy at OSI West St. Paul. Katie has a great story about physical therapy, from an insider and outside perspective! Let’s hear from Katie, I promise this is a good read!   […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski The next athlete in line for the Making of a Champion series is Alyssa Podgorski. Alyssa is a longtime patient of mine, as you’ll find out more below. One of my favorite things about Alyssa is her “hard-grind” attitude, and unwillingness to quit. I’ve had the […]

My Health Story – What’s Yours?

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My Health Story – What’s Yours I have been trying to live a healthier lifestyle, and it’s not something I like to talk about much, but I have been struggling with losing the unwanted pounds. With my wedding coming up I decided that I needed to make some positive and healthy changes in my life, […]

Fit Girl Fuel

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Fit Girl Fuel I had the opportunity to chat with a former Henry Sibley student athlete of mine, who is now off doing great things in college. Why I wanted to chat with her is because she has a very interesting series of health tips spanning from Instagram posts, to her website. What I caught […]

Type I Diabetes and Exercise

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(Image via ESPN) Type I Diabetes and Exercise In February, I was glued to the TV, obsessed with the Winter Olympics in Sochi.  I love the Olympics and just about any sport is worth watching, in my opinion.  I got pulled into the cross country ski races more than usual this year because the announcers […]

Another ATC’s Point of View

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(Kassiann left and Alli right) Another ATC’s Point of View One of my favorite connections I have made from being the Henry Sibley ATC  (outside of my OSI connections) would have to be the friendship I have with the Simley ATC. In an earlier post I made, I talked about branching out and talking to other […]

Henry Sibley Student Athlete Interested in Athletic Training

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(Above: Tillie on the left and Alli, AT at OSI Physical Therapy on the right) Henry Sibley Student Athlete Interested in Athletic Training Last year around graduation time, I had a sophomore (who would be a junior after summer break) come to me expressing interest in athletic training. I had worked with her for shoulder […]
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