Take Me Out To The Ball Game

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On Friday, Sept. 5th, myself (manager at Somerset OSI), Linda Olsen (manager at Stillwater OSI), Mike Brown (manager at Lake Elmo OSI), and Tony O’Bright (manager at Maplewood OSI) were lucky to be able to go to the Twins game together.  We had great seats, (just 6 rows up from home plate), awesome food, and […]

Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part II

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Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part II  The other day I met up with some friends I haven’t seen in quite awhile. As always when we meet there is good food and discussions around our families, work, and an attempt to solve the world’s problems. In our discussion I casually asked one of my friends […]

Can You Pass #TheConcussionChallenge?

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Can You Pass #TheConcussionChallenge? With fall sports starting up it is a great time for a little reminder about concussions. Click the link below to take the concussion challenge. What is the concussion challenge? It’s all about information. Watch this fantastic, very informative, and easy to understand video and  pass the information along.  http://theconcussionblog.com/2014/08/28/theconcussionchallenge/ – […]

TV Stars Are Born Every Minute At OSI

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We recently gathered some of our amazing physical therapists and athletic trainers to shoot our new OSI tv commercial. We’ve got a fantastic rep from KSTP was kind enough to bring her production crew (Todd and Brian) to come out to our Stillwater location to shoot a new commercial for OSI. We not exactly well seasoned […]

Golf Exercise Tip Of The Week

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Golf Exercise Tip Of The Week This past month I seem to be working on lot on improving shoulder turn with many of my golfers.  I thought I would write a short post on some helpful exercises that all of you can do on your own to help create a bigger turn. Exercise #1: “Open […]

Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part I

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Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part I I believe most if not all healthcare providers go into the healthcare industry because they truly care about helping people. Knowing this, I often wonder then why is it so hard for our industry of highly skilled and caring professionals that want to make a difference struggle so […]

Health Up And MOVE

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Many of us have excuses for not getting enough exercise. Obviously we get from place to place, but it may not be enough to improve our health. Various things can be done throughout the day to increase activity and its benefits. Exercise can be fun and come in many forms.   The Mayo Clinic Guidelines: […]

Minnesota 9th Annual Hope & Hearts Run / Memorial Walk

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Minnesota 9th Annual Hope & Hearts Run / Memorial Walk As I previously wrote about my daughter Sophia Ann was born prematurely at 23 weeks and passed away a mere 9 hours later.  In memoriam of her and all children who left us too soon. The Minnesota 9th Annual Hope & Hearts Run / Memorial walk is Saturday […]

Summer Days, To 2-A-Days

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(Above: at my Bridal Shower) Summer Days, To 2-A-Days Where did summer go? I swear, every year the summer seems to get shorter. As an ATC, summer is my favorite time to catch up on some well deserved rest after the school year. Even though my summer seemed to fly by, and yes, it did […]

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