The 35th Annual Willow River Run

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(Image above via New Richmond Running Club) The 35th Annual Willow River Run OSI will be present at the Willow River Run on July 12, 2014.  Look for us at the booth with Westfields Hospital and Clinic as our sports medicine team will be there to answer any of your questions and have some fun […]

What Are Your Traditions For The 4th Of July?

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What Are Your Traditions For The 4th Of July? The 4th of July has always been an important holiday for me. In addition to its historical significance, it has also been one of the only days of the year that my entire family gets together. Unfortunately, that will be no more. For several decades my family […]

OSI’s CEO Receives An Internal ‘Thank You’

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OSI’s CEO Receives An Internal ‘Thank You’ Recently the OSI team presented our CEO an award for her leadership and dedication to OSI and it’s patients. “Jody Ruppert joined OSI in 2003, she started her career as one of OSI’s OccHealth clinicians, she played a major role in growing that program. Over the years she has […]

Shin Splints: Symptoms And Treatment

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Shin Splints: Symptoms And Treatment What are Shin Splints? Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), also known as shin splints, is inflammation 2-6 inches above the ankle, to the anterior or posterior muscles and tendons in the lower leg or adjacent soft tissue along the shin bone. (tibia) What causes MTSS? There are many reasons you […]

A PT’s Adventure With Sand Volleyball

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A PT’s Adventure With Sand Volleyball I am very lucky to have a great group of girl friends.  Some of us have known each other since college and some of the group has been friends since high school or before.  Together we have been a group for about 17 years.  (yikes, time does fly).  Throughout […]

Important Info For Coaches And Parents (Saint’s fans must read)

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Important Info For Coaches And Parents Our baseball weekend, the good, the bad, and the ugly. *Important info for coaches and parents* Ahh baseball, the token summer sport for us in MN. Who doesn’t love to sit back, grab a beer and a dog, and enjoy the hot summer weather while watching some ball? You […]

Tips From ‘The Prose’: Foam Rolling

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Tips from the Prose: Foam Rolling Foam rolling is something I have seen grow in great popularity over the past handful of years.  Many people and patients ask about it in regards to rolling out a painful muscle area.  Foam rolling can be used as a form of self massage or a self myofascial release […]

App of the Week – Knee Decide

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App of the Week – Knee Decide For me, the process of describing the posterior horn of the medial meniscus to someone not in physical medicine is like my high school math teacher trying to describe to me why using letters in math is a good idea. My future as a mathematician is bleak, but […]

Great Recipe For Chicken Nuggets and French Fries

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Great Recipe For Chicken Nuggets and French Fries Healthy chicken nuggets?  Yes, Please!  Here is an alternative to a deep fried chicken nuggets and French fry meal.  I promise you will like it too! Instructions Pre-heat your oven to 450 degrees Make Your Parsnip Fries   Take your parsnips and peel them, then slice them […]

6 Must Know Ergonomics Tips For Your Desk

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6 Must Know Ergonomics Tips For Your Desk Tips from the Prose – Ergonomics for your desk Are you like many people – sit at a desk and work at a computer?  Often times, the patients I see for neck and upper back pain have this kind of work environment and they complain that this […]

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