Why Are My Joint Problems On One Side Of My Body?

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Why Are My Joint Problems On One Side Of My Body? As a Physical Therapist I am often asked the question, why are my problems on one side of my body? My personal response includes information on our bodies Anatomy (our body parts), Physiology (how we work) and Kinesiology (how we move). Physical Therapists are […]

8 Tips To Stay Safe Exercising Outside In The Summer

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8 Tips To Stay Safe Exercising Outside In The Summer The temperatures are climbing, that means you need to stay safe when you are exercising outside. Here are some tips to help you stay safe and cool while staying in shape this summer. Drink a lot of Water – All throughout the day AND while […]

5 Tips For Keeping Up Your Fitness Routine On Vacation

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5 Tips For Keeping Up Your Fitness Routine On Vacation Summer is a great time to spend time with family and enjoy some well-earned vacation time. Don’t let your fitness goals fall by the wayside while you travel, think of time away as a way to revamp your routine! 1) New Activities *Use travel as […]

New Richmond Fun Fest Days: Everyone Loves A Parade

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New Richmond Fun Fest Days: Everyone Loves A Parade Everyone loves a parade and so do we at OSI. The OSI Somerset clinic along with the Training room did just that on Saturday July 11th at the New Richmond WI Fun Fest Days. Our float theme was “Outdoor Boot Camp”. With Cora Brunell as our […]

3 Great Tips for Posture Given to Rosebud’s Cottage

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3 Great Tips for Posture Given to Rosebud’s Cottage I recently had the pleasure of speaking to a lovely group of women at Rosebud’s Cottage in downtown White Bear Lake.  I was invited to speak to these ladies regarding posture, more specifically proper posture while crafting, quilting, or sewing.  I am sure many of you […]

Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist

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Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist Have you ever wondered what all those acronyms mean behind your therapist’s name? Well for as much schooling as therapists receive, they still continue to learn and develop through their years of practice. Being a physical or occupational therapist is a life long learning career. There are new advances in medicine, technology […]

Tips For Back Pain in Pregnancy

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Tips For Back Pain in Pregnancy Being an active individual, I was very motivated to continue my regular exercise regime during my first pregnancy: running, yoga, kickboxing, volleyball.  I wanted to stay as active and strong as I could knowing how good this is for your body.  Well, that all went down the toilet the second I […]

Nagging Injury holding you back? Access PT directly (without a Doctor’s referral) to get some quick advice

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Nagging Injury holding you back? Access PT directly (without a Doctor’s referral) to get some quick advice #GetPT1st When I am discharging a patient from physical therapy, I am frequently asked: “Hey Pete, so if I have another injury down the road, can I just call you or do I have to go through my […]

Dogs Can Be A Physical Therapist’s Best Friend Too!!

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Dogs Can Be A Physical Therapist’s Best Friend Too!! I have a fun story that I thought I would share with you. I currently have a patient that has a foot injury and is doing theraband exercises to strengthen her foot and ankle. Normally with these exercises, the person doing the exercises has to hold […]

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