Beneficiary Organizations Of Our Pea Soup 5k/10k Race

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Beneficiary Organizations Of Our Pea Soup 5k/10k Race We here at OSI/The Training Room in Somerset consider ourselves lucky to be a part of such a great community.  Our annual Pea Soup 5k/10k Race is coming this THURS June 4th and we would like to highlight one of the organizations that will benefit from YOUR […]

A Huge Thanks To The Pea Soup Race Sponsors

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A Huge Thanks To The Pea Soup Race Sponsors As part of our annual Pea Soup Days 5k/10k Race we would like to personally thank and give a shout out to all of the local businesses that have generously contributed time, talent and other resources for the success of our event. Please be sure to […]

Take A Survey For A Bike Share Program In Forest Lake

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Take A Survey For A Bike Share Program In Forest Lake Hello all-   OSI is a partner in a community wide initiative to improve overall health and wellness or the Forest Lake Area.    This group is called HealthUP.  I have been on the board since it started in February 2013.  One of our […]

Meet The Team: Joe Wavra, PT and Clinic Manager

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A little bit about me: Speaking engagements at St. Catherine University’s PT program relating to sports medicine rehab, local golf clubs and courses discussing specific exercise and injury prevention and personal training companies speaking about injury prevention and differential diagnosis. How I spend my free time: Basketball, golf and downhill skiing. I also enjoy housework, […]

Pea Soup 5k/10k/Kid’s Run Is Only 3 Weeks Away!

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Pea Soup 5k/10k/Kid’s Run Is Only 3 Weeks Away! Greetings! Our annual Pea Soup 5k/10k/Kid’s Run is only 3 weeks away! Plans are going well to give you all a GREAT experience this year.  The cost of the race is $22/adult and $10/student with kids 12yrs and under running for FREE. I wanted to let […]

3 Tips For Pitchers To Avoid Arm Pain

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3 Tips For Pitchers To Avoid Arm Pain With baseball in full swing I wanted to give a couple quick suggestions on keeping pitchers arms healthy.   1. DON’T pitch through fatigue or pain!  Research has shown that fatigue is the number one factor that has been identified for increasing risk for shoulder/elbow injuries in […]

3 Things You’re Neglecting At The Gym That May Catch Up To You Someday

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As I was working out today, I became acutely aware of the fact that we live in an irrational society. The gym happens to be a particularly great place for a physical therapist like me to become in tune to such facts because as a PT, it is my job to observe, analyze, and correct […]

Physical Therapists…Why We Need To Trust Our Instincts And Make The Appropriate Referrals

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Physical Therapists…Why We Need To Trust Our Instincts And Make The Appropriate Referrals I recently evaluated a patient who suffered a traumatic fall and landed on the left side of his head. Soon after he went to see a physician specializing in internal medicine. The X-ray taken was negative for fracture or other bony pathology […]

Guess Which 4x NCAA Division 1 All Around Champion Stopped By?

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Guess Which 4x NCAA Division 1 All Around Champion Stopped By? Holy cow did I have a major surprise yesterday! One of my all time favorite patients, Jenny Hansen of Somerset, came in to see me. Jenny is the only 4x NCAA Division 1 All Around Champion, and a fantastically energetic and positive individual. She […]

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