Low Back Pain and MRI’s: Is What You See What You Get? (Cue Dr. Strangelove)

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Low Back Pain and MRI’s: Is what you see what you get? (Cue Dr. Strangelove) I know that people who are currently in pain usually aren’t thinking about long term costs, but bear with me I’m going to make an economic argument about why you should get PT first for your low back pain and […]

A Roadmap: Great Tips For Losing Weight

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A Roadmap: Great Tips For Losing Weight   Quick Fix? As a doctor of pharmacy and certified personal trainer for The Training Room in Somerset, I get asked health-related questions all the time.  One of the most popular questions as well as requests I get is “How Do I/Help Me Lose this Weight?!” I am all about being real.  […]

9 Great Tips For Your Kids And Their Helmets

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After a 60 degree day in February we have spring fever at our house and the first thing my son wants to do is ride his bike. After digging the bike out of the back of the garage our next step is to make sure his helmet still fits. One of the leading causes of […]

OSI Walked for a Cure

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OSI Walked for a Cure This past Saturday, February 20th, we volunteered our time to support a co-worker and her family at the JDRF One Walk. This wonderful organization raised $1.6 million for research to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes.  A community of 22,000 gathered at the Mall of America to walk for 1 hour [...]

How To Use A Foam Roller To Improve Posture

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How To Use A Foam Roller To Improve Posture In today’s world, too many of us spend the majority of our awake hours in a seated position. Whether we are working on the computer, answering phone calls, driving, etc, many of us spend our workdays in a flexed and seated posture.  This prolonged seated positioning […]

UW Health Sport Specialization Study Preliminary Findings

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(Story and Video Via Channel 3000 Wisc TV News 3) UW Health Sport Specialization Study Preliminary Findings New Richmond High School has been participating in a research study regarding sports specialization and lower extremity injury conducted by Tim McGuine,PhD, ATC, and UW Health in Madison, WI. While the data collection process is a large time […]

Physical Therapy: Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Management

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The condition Spinal Muscular (Muscle) Atrophy is an autosomal recessive hereditary disease that is manifested with progressive decreased muscle tone & weakness. This weakness is greater closer to the spine than distally. Physical Therapy: Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Management Hello, I’m Dean Erie, a PT. As an Orthopedic/Neuro practicing therapist for about 30 yrs, I […]

Early Physical Therapy Important for Children with Down Syndrome (and Orthopedic conditions too!)

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Early Physical Therapy Important for Children with Down Syndrome (and Orthopedic conditions too!) The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has worked to educate the public on the importance of early treatment for children with Down Syndrome. Due to the low muscle tone, decreased strength, poor coordination and balance, difficulty with feeding and coordination of hand […]

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