Play for Patrick Event Sign-up!

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Play for Patrick was a foundation that was started in 2014 after the tragic death of 14-year-old Patrick Schoonover at a hockey tournament in Duluth.  Patrick was a healthy 14 year old had an undiagnosed heart defect that caused him to die on the ice with no previous signs of stress.  Out of the tragedy […]

Ladies, Don’t Ignore Your Next Backache!

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Hi, this is Vicki! I am an active woman in her, well let’s say over 55, but not 60. I work with weights and love the elliptical and I might as well mention that I exercise on a regular basis and have for many years. I am writing this to reach out to other women […]

Physical Therapy Post-Cancer Treatment

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Cancer and the treatments patients receive can cause many physical problems. Did you know physical therapists can help people manage post-cancer health issues, improve health and function, and help with return to work and other activities? Some side effects from Cancer treatments include: Fatigue Numbness in feet and hands Muscle weakness Joint stiffness Loss of endurance Loss of strength Loss […]

What to do When You Get a Sprained Ankle

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There are many ways you can get a sprained ankle. Even the slightest unexpected twist can injure your ankle ligaments. Ankle sprains differ than ankle strains because sprains involve the ligaments, but strains involve the muscles. Roughly 80% of all ankle injuries are inversion injuries. They happen when your foot rolls in and causes the […]

A Letter to Wendy: OSI Patient Success Story & Update!

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Hi Wendy! Jess here, the rock climber you’ve helped for several hand and wrist issues over the past year. I’m really psyched to say that my hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders feel fantastic and I’ve been doing some of my best climbing to date recently! I just got back from a trip to Devil’s Tower […]

8 Active & Healthy Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

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When you think of Valentine’s Day, you might think of chocolate, candy and even a dinner by candlelight. While these are popular and romantic ways to show affection, it’s very easy to overindulge in the spirit of love. This year, consider some alternative ways to express your love for one another. Flying solo this year? […]

7 Tips for Improving Your Heart Health | National Heart Health Month

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February is National Heart Health Month! So to celebrate, we’ve put together some tips to help you live a heart-healthy lifestyle. Here’s what you can do: 1. Get moving! Being overweight will immediate increase your risk for who are overweight or obese should focus on losing weight by reducing calorie intake and exercising more. 2. […]

Don’t Let Your New Pain Become a Chronic Condition

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We all have had injuries in our lives, some more than others, but many of these injuries go through the normal tissue healing and remodeling process.  After time, the pain from the initial injury subsides and goes away.  Pain is a good thing when a new injury occurs because it lets us know that an […]

“What is e-Stim?” – A Common Physical Therapy Question

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Electrical stimulation, or E-stim for short, is a modality used in physical therapy treatment. It works by stimulating your muscles with a light and customizable level of electrical current. It may be a part of your treatment plan if your therapist believes it will help your recovery process. Typically, the modality is used if your […]

Why Doing Squats is Important for Your Health

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One thing I get told by a lot of my patients is “I don’t squat” or “I was told not to squat.” Well, unless you have an injury or other medical condition you do in fact squat, and you do it multiple times a day even if you don’t realize it. Whether you want to […]

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