[Recipe]: Homemade Coconut Kefir

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Homemade Coconut Kefir I was recently introduced to coconut kefir. As I’ve been on a journey of incorporating foods that fuel and help care for me better, I leared about cultured and probiotic foods. When I first heard of coconut kefir, I had preconceived notions in my head that I would have force it down. […]

Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast for Kids Fighting Cancer

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Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast for Kids fighting Cancer Today we (Business Administrative office) all enjoyed a bowl of ice cream in honor of children fighting cancer. We enjoyed it, but kids who are constantly sick cannot enjoy it. We dedicated this day to Ty Barberine who lost his battle to AML cancer and to […]

How to Safely Increase Your Running Mileage

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How to Safely Increase Your Running Mileage If you are like me and enjoy running outdoors but wimp out when the temps drop under 40 degrees, you might be getting tired of running on the treadmill by this time of year!  I will admit, on that first warm day of spring, I have the tendency to […]

How Patients Benefit From Measuring Outcomes

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How Patients Benefit From Measuring Outcomes When going to a health care appointment, there is one thing many of us dread (including me): paperwork. It seems never ending… is it really necessary to know about my grandparent’s health history? The longer I work in healthcare, the more I realize how important most of this information […]

What Can I Expect At My First Visit?

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What Can I Expect At My First Visit? Greetings! It’s Jen again. We get a lot of “ what can I expect at my first visit” (I know I appreciate knowing what is going to take place before an appointment so hopefully this will help you)questions so let me tell you what you can expect. […]

Everyday Household Items To Use For Your Workouts

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I have a really darling 6 year old who is not afraid to speak her mind and although I think this quality will serve her well in life, I may need to help refine how and when she expresses her opinions.  For example, recently she blurted out that I have bingo arms.  What are bingo arms you […]

The Awesome Things Happening At Our Somerset Location

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Greetings and Happy 2015 from OSI Physical Therapy and The Training Room in Somerset, Wisconsin! I hope that 2015 is a great year for everyone.   The Awesome Things Happening At Our Somerset Location   Outcomes We are happy to report that our outcomes at the Somerset OSI clinic are very high and we have […]

Recipe: Ginger Carrot Spinach Soup

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Recipe: Ginger Carrot Spinach Soup In my cooking world, recipes are simply frameworks. Honestly, I can’t remember the last time I followed a recipe exactly as printed. I typically look at a recipe and think, “Hmm…I wonder how adding this would taste?” or “Let’s substitute this instead.” or “Well, I ran out of that last […]

A Huge Congrats To Our Very Own Scott Wilkins

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A Huge Congrats To Our Very Own Scott Wilkins Robert LaPrade (orthopedic surgeon) was invited to submit research based evidence for a publication that will be used by orthopedic surgeons, practicing and upper-level undergraduate musculoskeletal physical therapists, and athletic trainers and the rehabilitation chapters are meant to be the collaborative efforts of a surgeon and a physical […]

OSI Team Building Meets Cheers Pablo Painting

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OSI Team Building Meets Cheers Pablo Painting Last Wednesday OSI hosted a Leadership Development Day for all of our managers/leadership team. It was a whole day event and covered an array of topics. The atmosphere was great! We started out the morning session by discussing our goals for 2015 and then moved into how to […]
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