September 2014: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’

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News from Around the Net   “We search the internet for the best articles so you don’t have to!” Hey Physical Therapy Innovators!   In our first TPI Newsletter, we included these 2 links about VALUE BASED INCENTIVES.   Most Payers, Providers Shifting to Value Based Care  
http://bit.ly/1jmYBuB   BCBS Spends $65B – Move from FFS […]

Teddy Bridgewater and High Ankle Sprains

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Teddy Bridgewater and High Ankle Sprains  If you’re like me (a Vikings fan), you can’t help but be excited about what the future may hold for Teddy Bridgewater – He’s calm in the pocket, seems to make good reads, is an accurate passer, and, perhaps most importantly, isn’t Cristian Ponder.   He definitely had a stellar […]

On Target Patient Introductions To FOTO Improves Accuracy Of Response

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On Target Patient Introductions To FOTO Improves Accuracy Of Response How often have you used a self-report outcome tool and found the information to be questionable for you as a provider? Even with research validated and reliable tools, such as FOTO, accuracy of response can be a problem. This diminishes the value of the information […]

Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Be In The Front Of The Line?

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  Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Be In The Front Of The Line?   How many therapy groups do you know that actually get total cost claims data from powerful health plans?? Well . . . TPI is working with health plans in different states to analyze their claims data as a total cost of […]

YMCA Senior Health Fair

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YMCA Senior Health Fair Ryan Tully, PT and I participated in the WBL YMCA Senior Health Fair on September 10th this past week.  This was my 3rd year participating in this community event which draws a good crowd of local seniors.  Many of whom that attend this fair already take an active approach at managing […]

Fun In The Forest Raises $3738 For The Forest Lake High School Teams

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OSI’s Fun in the Forest run was held as a part of Lake Fest.  Despite the weather and the race having to be called off at the last minute, OSI was able to raise $3738 for the high school athletic teams. Athletic director Aaron Forsythe accepts the check from OSI physical therapy clinic Manager Tammy Kasprowicz.  OSI […]

When Technology Goes Awry

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When Technology Goes Awry “We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works.” ― Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt   Here at OSI we have a great need for good technology. Our PT’s, the front desk, our call center, marketing, you name it. It’s become an important part of our […]

EVENT: Health And Wellness Fair For Kids

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  FREE EVENT!! The event runs from 10:00am-2:00pm with one session of Peatey vs. Chomp at 11:00am-11:20am and Wiggle and Giggle kick off class to start at high noon and another Peatey vs. Chomp session from 1:00pm-1:20pm. TTR will have a booth with :  “recipe makeover” (an unhealthy kids favorite recipe transformed into a more […]

Another Pt’s Success Story After Rehab With OSI Physical Therapy

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Another Pt’s Success Story After Rehab With OSI Physical Therapy Look at Marvin around 7 month’s post op having had a total shoulder replacement driving his tractor in the Almelund Threshing Show!   Marvin’s therapy team was Nicole Dahmes and myself. Way to go Marvin!! – Trixie

Do You Have Restless Leg Syndrome And Nothing Has Helped?

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Do You Have Restless Leg Syndrome And Nothing Has Helped? I have recently had a number of patients comment on their difficulty with this condition.  Before I go further, lets define restless leg syndrome with the help of The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Restless Leg Syndrome or RLS is a neurological disorder […]

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