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 […]

What Is Manual Therapy? (Part 1 of 3 Posts)

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What Is Manual Therapy? (Part 1 of 3 posts) When people think of Physical Therapy, they often think about being prescribed exercises for stretching or strengthening to assist them in their recovery from an injury or ailment. Your physical therapist, however, can also use hands-on treatments that will augment your exercise program in order to […]

A Local Sportsman Becomes Another OSI Success Story

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A Local Sportsman Becomes Another OSI Success Story This is Roger 3 month’s S/P TKA  performed by our famous Dr. Palmer of SCO. We practiced transfers on his last day and came up with some creative ways to get him Way to go Roger you are such a hard worker and look how you achieved […]

OSI Volunteers at Woodbury Feed My Starving Children Event

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OSI Volunteers at Woodbury Feed My Starving Children Event Recently several OSI staff members got together to help make a difference. On any average day that would usually mean helping people get healthy, active and back to their daily activities with physical therapy. However this time it took on a whole new meaning. We gathered together […]

Struggles Of A True Coffee Snob – Salted Dark Chocolate Latte

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Struggles Of A True Coffee Snob – Salted Dark Chocolate Latte I may be reaching the highest potential of a true coffee snob. If you are one, you get it. If you’ve been around you, you probably hate it. If it isn’t organic, a coffee a truly enjoy, and dairy-free, I’m out. Not worth my […]

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