A PT Bets On The Green Packers And It Goes South

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Greg has been doing rehab with Steve, a Tartan Athlete, for a long time.  Steve and Greg had a bet on the January 3rd, Packer vs. Viking game.  Greg being the loyal Packer fan he is, bet Steve a loyal Viking fan, 50 push-ups the Packers would win. Sorry Greg, the best team won! – Kaitlin  

Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce

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Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce The Somerset OSI Physical Therapy Clinic and The Training Room sponsored Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce on Friday, January 8th. Team members Shari Walters, clinic manager and physical therapist, Jen Chapman, Training Room director, and Steph Fall, athletic training manager and athletic […]

The Maplewood Team

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The Maplewood Team If you haven’t been out to the Maplewood clinic you should stop by sometime! We have a great team that not only works together well, but also enjoys each other’s company outside of work! This past Fall we went out to the Pine Tree Apple Orchard in White Bear Lake for a […]

It’s Happy Trails for Another OSI Patient

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It’s Happy Trails for Another OSI Patient For over 25 years, horseback riding has been an important part of my life. Trail rides, camping trips, parades and competing at the MN State Fair on an equestrian drill team (A group of horses and riders performing choreographed maneuvers to music) have been favorite activities with my horse. […]

Tips for Injury Prevention in the New Year

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It never fails over the next few months we will get people coming into our physical therapy office that have strained or injured themselves. They will have done this by starting off with their news year’s resolution of exercising more but have gone too hard, too quickly.   Typically some people give it their all when […]

Meet The Team: Stacey Woodward, DPT

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We’ve got a new staff member here at our White Bear clinic and I wanted to take a minute to introduce you all to Stacey Woodward. She’s been a fantastic addition to our team. Take a look… Areas of Special Interest: -treating athletic injuries -manual therapy treatment techniques Education: -B.S. in Exercise Science from St Louis University […]

How Does Manual Therapy Work? (Part 3 of 3 Posts)

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How Does Manual Therapy Work? (Part 3 of 3 blogs) Manual therapy is an effective treatment for musculoskeletal conditions and is backed by research. How manual therapy works is still not fully understood. In this blog I will outline some likely mechanisms. These mechanisms can be broken down into 3 broad categories. Biomechanical Effects. Neurophysiological Effects. […]

Does Manual Therapy Really Work? (Part 2 of 3 Posts)

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Does Manual Therapy Really Work? Does Research Evidence Support The Use of Manual Therapy? (Part 2 of a series of 3 blogs) There are numerous systematic reviews, randomized controlled trails, and evidence based clinical guidelines the support the use of manual therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal (orthopedic) conditions. A general summary of these conclusions […]

A Nice ‘Thank You’ From A Physical Therapy Woodbury Patient

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We get quite a few people through our front doors every day at OSI Physical Therapy in Woodbury at the High Pointe clinic. Some of these people have amazing success stories. We wanted to share recent feedback from someone who inspired our whole team! This young girl’s name was Laura and here are a few words and […]

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