Effort And Attitude

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Effort And Attitude If you haven’t followed New Richmond High School Tiger Football in recent years, now may be the time to start! It was clear not far into fall camp that the Tigers would be a great team-centered group. Coaches have continued to emphasize developing a strong core as a team. The core continues […]

There’s No Place Like Home

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There’s No Place Like Home   I had the recent pleasure of visiting the great state of Washington. I traveled there with my mother to visit my brother who I hadn’t seen in eight years. He had been living in Japan for his job with Microsoft. He returned to the US with a beautiful Japanese […]

Lower Back Pain: Understanding The Issues

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Lower Back Pain: Understanding The Issues This blog post was inspired by my colleague Brett Maxwell’s post and linked YouTube video by Dr Mike Evans. That post and video presented excellent information about low back pain (LBP), and I want to take the opportunity to build upon that. The video indicates that most LBP gets […]

How To Properly Use A Cane

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How To Properly Use A Cane There are many reasons a physical therapist would recommend the use of a cane for a patient.  Pain in the lower extremity, leg weakness, or balance deficits are the most common reasons.  Choosing a cane over a walker or crutches depends on the patient’s complaints and impairments.  A walker […]

8/2014: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’

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Hey Therapy Practice Leaders,   “We search the internet for the best articles so you don’t have to!”   Here’s TPI’s Top 5 Links of the Week: 1)  VALUE BASED INCENTIVES. Most Payers, Providers Shifting to Value Based Care. http://bit.ly/1jmYBuB 2)  VALUE BASED INCENTIVES.  BCBS Spends $65B – Move from FFS to Value Models http://onforb.es/1wenlLJ 3) […]

Optimizing FOTO: Optimizing Outcomes

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Optimizing FOTO: Optimizing Outcomes Outcome measurement leads to better care management. Therapists are embracing evidence based practice more and more. Data is playing a much larger role in clinical decision making. Gone are the days of making clinical decisions based on just impairment measures, therapist observation and percentage of patient perceived improvement. Physical therapists are […]

** OSI Physical Therapy Is Hiring – CASUAL ATHLETIC TRAINER **

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** OSI Physical Therapy Is Hiring ** – CASUAL ATHLETIC TRAINER – Our open position is for a casual athletic trainer to help with double coverage, vacation, and sick time at 6 high schools. The job responsibilities include but are not limited to; after school athletic training room coverage, double event coverage, and tournament coverage. […]

August 2014: What’s New At Therapy Partners?

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The Challenges and Opportunities of Health Care Reform: Innovative Leadership and High Performance Teams.   Are You and Your Team Prepared to Succeed in a Changing Market?   Are you and your practice ready to tackle the challenges and seize the opportunities of a dramatically changing US health care system?  When change around you is […]

The Craziness Of 2 A Days

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The Craziness Of 2 A Days So what exactly are 2 a days?  It is that time a year when all fall sports start at the high schools.  This is the craziest time for athletic trainers.  It is a time when we, athletic trainers, should just sleep at the school because the hours between getting […]

Ergonomic Office Station Set Up Tips

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Ergonomic Office Station Set Up Tips   Elbow Pain with Mouse Use One of my most frequent referrals when completing Ergonomic Office Assessments comes from computer users with complaints of elbow pain. Often the user has point tenderness at the bone on the outer aspect of the elbow (lateral epicondyle), generally worse with progressive standard […]

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