Congratulations To A PT Student At OSI

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Good news to POST! Jonathan Taves, SPT (soon to be DPT), at the OSI Shoreview clinic found out today that he has passed his National Boards. All he has to do now is graduate Mayo School of Health Sciences Physical Therapy Doctoral Program  on May 27 & he will have completed an arduous  33 month […]

Troubles With Sports Specialization For Young Athletes

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It continues to amaze me how different athletics are now compared to when I played sports in high school.  Back in my teen years (15 years ago), I played volleyball in the fall, basketball in the winter, and softball in the summer. My summers consisted of basketball and volleyball leagues each one day/wk and a sports […]

What Keeps Us At OSI?

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People are often times amazed when they hear how many years most employees have been with OSI. It seems quite normal to me that employees stay working at OSI for 5-10-20+ years, but that is not the norm with many businesses. So that leads me to the question: What keeps us here at OSI? I […]

3 Things You Need To Know If You Have Arthritis In Your Hands

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Your hands are important in everything you do. Having arthritis, however can make using your hands more challenging. Here are a few special considerations to keep in mind when going about your daily routine: 1. It is important to perform gentle hand exercises every day to keep the joints and muscles moving/flexible. 2. Take special precautions to protect […]

Contemplating Surgery? Here’s Something You Should Read First!

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Bill H. came in because he was having knee pain from an injury while walking through a Building Store. He had previously received an MRI and a Cortisone injection in the Knee. He was thinking that the next step was surgery as his knee pain was not resolved. Coming into our OSI Shoreview clinic for Physical […]

Why I Work At OSI

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As I approach my 2 year anniversary with OSI Physical Therapy, I find myself pondering the question, why I stay at OSI Physical Therapy. When I accepted the job in June 2014, I wasn’t sure what to expect. What I have found is a culture of very dedicated and caring people. I was fortunate to […]

Announcing Alive4 5K Run/Walk 2016

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Being part of a community means many things to people.  To me it means getting involved and helping those members achieve their goals.  The OSI Physical Therapy clinic in Forest Lake is part of a community health initiative called Health UP.  One of the partners, Canvas Health,  is a non-profit mental health agency dedicated to offering hope, healing […]

What You Might Want To Know Before Slipping On Your Next Pair Of Flip Flops

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As a Physical Therapist in an outpatient orthopedic clinic for the past 18 years, I have seen numerous foot and ankle conditions.  A common theme for most of these problems is a result of improper foot wear.   In Minnesota we love when the weather starts to warm up after a long cold winter.   Spring cleaning […]

A Lasting Impression Of A Client……

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I have been with OSI for 16 years, but my writing will be on the numerous customers that have left with memories of their own. Most of the years were spent with The Work Center/Occ Health of OSI, returning clients to their professions or job retraining. That “Wow” factor goes the other way around, you […]

5 Facts About Osteoporosis You Need To Know

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May is Osteoporosis month! Did you know that May is Osteoporosis month and OSI is partnering with Entira Family Clinics to help bring awareness? Here are 8 facts about this diagnosis: Osteoporosis is a condition that causes broken bone in millions of Americans. Fact #1: An estimated 44 million Americans have low bone density, or osteoporosis. Fact […]

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