Testimonial: Julie Schroeder From Cheers Pablo Painting

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On Wednesday, January 28th we had a great encounter with a former OSI patient. We had scheduled a team building day at Cheers Pablo Painting in Woodbury, and to our surprise the instructor quickly recognized Mike Brown, one of our team members and clinic manager at our High Point clinic. Mike Brown and Jody Kramer had […]

New Member Of The Team At OSI West St Paul

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New Member Of The Team At OSI West St Paul It’s with great excitement that I announce I have transferred clinics within OSI – shifting from the Forest Lake clinic to our West Saint Paul office! First and foremost, as OSI Forest Lake was my first full-time therapy job after graduating from school, I must say […]

Testimonial: St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 Marathon

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Testimonial: St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 Marathon I ran in the St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 marathon yesterday. The weather was perfect. The last mile or so is tough, up a steep hill from the river. For the most part the course is nice, along Shepard Road which runs along the river to […]

Believing You’re Worthy Of The Journey

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Believing You’re Worthy Of The Journey It’s that time of year again when many people make resolutions to become more physically, financially, spiritually, academically fit. In the fitness industry, gyms usually see a big influx of individuals in January which usually begins to taper off by the time March rolls around every year. In fact, […]

Pop Quiz: What Is An Occupational Therapist?

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Pop Quiz: What Is An Occupational Therapist? People ask me “What do you do at OSI as an Occupational therapist?“ I tell people I help people with Work Injury Management; helping injured workers bridge the gap between their course of PT/OT and return to work. “How do you do that?“ We see people who have […]

10 Things You Really Should Try In 2015

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10 Things You Really Should Try In 2015 As the holiday chaos comes to a close, it is common for most to explore and set new goals for the New Year. Some resolutions focus on exercise and weight loss while others strive for breaking old habits.  I believe, however, that goals and resolutions shouldn’t be […]

Feeling Blue Without The Green? Here Are Some Tips

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Feeling Blue Without The Green? Here Are Some Tips No I’m not talking about money, I’m talking about grass. Green, green grass, the smell of fresh mown grass, the feel of it beneath your bare feet and lazy picnics on blankets……. Hold on. It’s only four months until June! We are hardy midwesterners! We can handle it, right? […]

Recipe: Kale, White Bean, and Sausage Soup

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Recipe: Kale, White Bean, and Sausage Soup Happy New Year! The past few weeks have been filled with Christmas celebrations and it has been great to see everyone! It’s also been great because I have gotten to try some new foods. My adaptation of Kale and Sausage Soup comes partly from Jodi Kramer’s excellent soup […]

Holiday Leadership And Team Building

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Featured above: Joe Wavra (L) and Mike Ripley (R) Holiday Leadership And Team Building Well the holidays are officially over! Well that is according to all the stores that have the Christmas goodies 50%-80% off. With all the hustle and bustle of the season we need to make sure we take time to enjoy the […]

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