Tartan High School’s Track And Football Fields Looking Good

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Now that Football is back in the grind, we will take a look at what the fields looked like at Tartan High School just 2 years ago. From ankle spraining divots and elbow cutting drainage grates on the field; to gorgeous self-draining, and smooth surface turf! – Kaitlen  

Donuts In The Occ Health Program?

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Donuts In The Occ Health Program? Here is Eli on his last day of the work conditioning program before he went back to full duty on the oil fields in North Dakota.  He wanted to get right to work so he took his donut onto the treadmill and started his program.  He figured he had burned […]

Meet The Team: Emily Pocrnich, Clinical Assistant

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Meet The Team: Emily Pocrnich A Little About Me: I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Psychology. I plan on attending graduate school to obtain my Master’s in Occupational Therapy. I recently began my career as a clinic assistant at the Stillwater OSI clinic. I am excited […]

Fun Weekend Activities!

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Fun Weekend Activities!   Doug Allen Memorial Trail Race! Join us on Saturday October 11 for the Doug Allen Memorial Scholarship Trail Race at Lake Elmo Regional Park. Three races open to ALL ages and skill levels: On grassy, rolling hills, easy for all abilities. The Night Owl offers the only fully lit trail race […]

FIFTH Annual Biggest Winner Competition!

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It’s that time of year again…Biggest Winner 2014! NEW this year you register as an individual (pick the day, time and trainer that works for you) but compete as a team.  Once all registrations are complete, participants will be randomized into teams of 3 or 4. The grand prize this year will go to the […]

Health And Wellness Fair For Kids A Great Success

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On September 20th was our First Annual Health and Wellness Event for Kids which we were able to host outside in the parking lot of OSI/The Training Room in Somerset! We had lots of fun activities for the kids and families who came to check it out. Power Up was there with Veggie Voting (broccoli versus […]

Twin Cities Live Come To OSI For Headache Relief

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Twin Cities Live Come To OSI For Headache Relief A few days ago Steve Patterson and Kelli Hanson from Twin Cities Live came to OSI Stillwater location to shoot a segment about headaches. Steve, the anchor of the show had mentioned he routinely gets headaches and uses medication to treat them. In this segment they […]

My First Triathlon (after baby)…And How I Didn’t Pee My Pants!

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My First Triathlon (after baby)…And How I Didn’t Pee My Pants! This was me last summer, when I was third place in my age group in the YWCA Womens Triathlon. The woman who got second place came up to the podium with her 3-4 month old baby. I was so impressed by her fitness despite […]

Take The Pop Quiz On Shoulder Pain

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Take The Pop Quiz On Shoulder Pain Shoulder pain is a common problem, unfortunately.  Some estimates say up to 33% of all Doctors’ visits for musculoskeletal pain are for shoulder discomfort.  Depending on the patient, the usual options for treatment are to:   a)     Do nothing b)    Get a cortisone injection c)     See your local […]

Honor: “Mayo clinic nurses of WWII”

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Honor: “Mayo clinic nurses of WWII” In the past 18 years of working as a Physical Therapist, I have had the opportunity to work with people of all ages, abilities, nationalities & cultures.  I have worked with stay at home parents and working parents, nine year olds to 99 year olds, student athletes to professional athletes,  engineers […]

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