Preparing For Spring

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Preparing For Spring With spring sports just starting and the unseasonably warm weather we have been having lately (which nobody is complaining right?) I figured it’s time to remind everyone about acclimating to the weather and preseason/tryouts. It is very important whenever starting a new season, no matter when, to remember to start slow and […]

3M Healthy Living Fitness Fair 2015

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3M Healthy Living Fitness Fair 2015 OSI is proud to be a sponsor of the 3M Fitness Fair.  Please visit us tomorrow (March 17th) from 10:00 am -2:00pm at the OSI booth in the Universe Room- Building 220.  We will have information regarding ergonomics and workstation comfort, as well as therapists available to answer your questions […]

The New OSI T-Shirts Arrive, Along With St Paddy’s Days Spirit

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Pictured above: Mandy (friendly voice making appt’s), Ken (makes sure we don’t go broke), Jody (runs the show)   Ok, ok not they’re not all here yet, but we got our first glimpse of the new OSI t-shirt. Some of you might know that OSI offers all our patients an OSI t-shirt after completing PT. The shirts […]

Testimonial: Basketball Player Abby Schouvieller

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Testimonial: Basketball Player Abby Schouvieller My name is Abby Schouvieller and I am a sophomore at North St Paul high school. Last year as a freshman I tore my ACL in a basketball game. As you can imagine this was not pleasing as it was unknown territory and it meant I had to miss lots […]

Open Dome For Baseball Players

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Open Dome For Baseball Players It’s that time of year again.  My mind is on baseball.  Of course I miss traveling down to Florida every year to get the early games in for college, but I’ll take the next weather we have here. The snow is melting fast, but still covering the ground.  For those […]

Back In The Kitchen & Testing Recipes – Curried Carrot Soup

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Back In The Kitchen & Testing Recipes – Curried Carrot Soup Let’s be honest…you can’t really scroll through Facebook without seeing at least 1 recipe. Hop on Pintrest, and you are probably overwhelmed with recipes. I, personally, like having recipes that come tested and approved by people I know well. That is why I continue […]

Testimonial: Patient Feedback Goes A Long Way

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Testimonial: Patient Feedback Goes A Long Way Here is a recent email I received from a patient at our High Pointe clinic. I thought it would be nice to highlight just one of the success stories of our team members here at High Pointe. Michael I recently had knee surgery through St Croix Orthopedics and […]

The Difference Between A Sprain And A Strain

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Difference Between A Sprain And A Strain I often hear in the training room, “I sprained my hamstring.” This sentence is very confusing to me. Mostly, because you cannot sprain a muscle. The difference between a strain and a sprain is; one is an injury to ligaments and the other is an injury to muscles […]

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