How Much School Do You Have To Go Through To Become A Physical Therapist?

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How Much School Do You Have To Go Through To Become A Physical Therapist? I have worked as a PT for 3 years now, all at OSI Physical Therapy. Throughout my time working with clients there are a few common questions that have stuck out to me. One of the main professional questions I hear […]

Now Hiring – Athletic Trainer (ATC/R)

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  JOB DESCRIPTION –  Athletic Trainer (ATC/R)   Company:                                        OSI Physical Therapy Job Title:                                          Athletic Trainer (ATC/R) Areas of Responsibility:          Cover practice and game events as defined by OSI administration and athletic director and coaches.  Provide support tasks for clinicians in Clinic. Reports To:                                     Clinic Manager, Athletic Training Services Coordinator   Summary: The Registered Athletic Trainer […]

Now Hiring – Customer Relations Manager

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JOB DESCRIPTION –  Customer Relations Manager   Company:                               ORTHOPAEDIC SPORTS, INC Job Title:                                 Customer Relations Manager Area of Responsibility:       Administration Reports To:                            Business Office Manager   Summary: Customer relations is the pillar to OSI’s future success. We strongly believe in creating a culture where all OSI staff are committed to creating and improving […]

3 Must Know Stretches to Help Back Pain in Pregnancy

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3 Must Know Stretches to Help Back Pain in Pregnancy Low back or SI pain in pregnancy is common. Fortunately, there are many ways to help manage this pain throughout your pregnancy.  Stretching and strengthening exercises are very effective and easy to perform throughout your day.  These are three stretches that I have been using frequently […]

Make More Friends Than Enemies

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A few seasons ago, I encouraged the manager of our athletic training department to have our athletic trainers set goals each season. Goals are to be individual and can be designed around the interests, strengths, and specialties of our athletic trainers. So for the past couple years, I’ve set season goals, most of which are […]

2015 Emergency Review in Athletics: Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete

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2015 Emergency Review in Athletics: Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete One of the highlights of attending the National Athletic Trainers Association’s (NATA) 66th Annual Symposia and AT Expo was the release of an executive summary of a new inter-association consensus statement on “Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete.” The consensus statement was released […]

Testimonial: Knee Replacement Rehabilitation at OSI Physical Therapy Shoreview, MN

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Knee Replacement Rehabilitation at OSI Physical Therapy Here’s a great video testimonial featuring patient Jim Murray at our Shoreview clinic working through knee rehabilitation after having total knee replacement surgery. Jim is a 53 year old an amateur skier and an overall incredible athlete. It’s been such a pleasure treating and working with Jim to […]

6 Common Questions About Dry Needling

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6 Common Questions About Dry Needling 1) What is it? Dry needling is a specialty offered by some physical therapists and MDs who take continuing education on use of acupuncture needles for treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and around nerves.   2) Is it the same as acupuncture? Although we use acupuncture needles for the […]

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