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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, […]

Being a Clinical Instructor For Physical Therapy

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Being a Clinical Instructor For Physical Therapy Part of becoming a physical therapist is surviving a year of clinicals, most typically on the tail end of the graduate program. This experience gives the graduate student a look at what life as a physical therapist will be like. Most of these internships last between 8-12 weeks, […]

Saying Goodbye To A Colleague And A Friend

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Saying Goodbye To A Colleague And A Friend  I’ve known Travis Leong since September 2006 when he was a freshman at the College of St. Scholastica. Travis was one of those guys who was always studious, but always fun to be around. He and I became closer buds when we started playing rink rat hockey […]

Here’s The Story, Of A 3rd Year PT Student ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭

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Here’s The Story, Of A 3rd Year PT Student Hello, all.  My name is Anna Simonson, and I am a 3rd year PT student currently on my final internship at OSI in Somerset.  OSI appealed to me right away as I was scanning various opportunities for outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinical affiliations.  Not only did […]

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 […]

Therapists That Treat You Like Family

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Therapists That Treat You Like Family Physical Therapist Scott Wilkins, a new father of twins boys, admits to “swaddling” his patients during treatments recently. He has also been overheard singing to and suggesting more “tummy time” to one of his patients. Scott explains, “I like to make my patients as comfy as possible so they can take a good nappy.” – Roni

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

Once A Patient, Always A Patient

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Once A Patient, Always A Patient On my first day of employment at OSI Physical Therapy I was in terrible pain! I didn’t have an accident or a sports injury. I don’t DO sports or anything remotely dangerous. Apparently I can get hurt just by getting out of bed in the morning! ‪Really, I woke up  & couldn’t move my […]

First Aid at a “Crime Scene”

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First Aid at a “Crime Scene” Story #1 My older daughter’s 12th birthday involved a bike ride, a steering wheel imbedded into her thigh narrowly missing her femoral artery.  The road looked like what my daughter described as a “crime scene”.  There was a river of blood running down the cracks in the asphalt.  She […]

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