OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Maggie Kadrlik

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Maggie Kadrlik I’ve been really excited to tell Maggie’s story since she agreed to be part of the Making of a Champion series! Maggie is a senior at Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights, and is stepping into a big role this fall as she continues her […]

A Soccer/Hockey Player Sidelined By Injury

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A Soccer/Hockey Player Sidelined By Injury This is my niece Abby. (picture)  She is almost 11 and a really good athlete.  She loves soccer and hockey, but recently has been sidelined by posterior tibialis tendonitis (a fancy bunch of words meaning pain on the inside of her ankle and arch of her foot).  To be […]

Do I Need An X-ray? Simple Rules For The Neck

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Do I Need An X-ray? Simple Rules For The Neck Across orthopedic medicine, neck pain is second only to low back pain in terms of total dollars spent.  So it is important to understand and use your healthcare dollars in the most effective way possible.  Occasionally, x-rays and MRIs are over-utilized and add to that […]

The Farmer’s Market Rocks

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The Farmer’s Market Rocks I love farmer’s markets.  While some people can get lost in Macy’s or Best Buy for hours, I can get lost in farmers markets for hours. There are so many advantages to having a local farmers market They provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who […]

Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors

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Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors Saying goodbye at the end of the year is always tough. Saying goodbye to the seniors often leaves me in tears (I am a big softy). This year I say goodbye to a group of seniors that have been around for my whole […]

Do You Know What Return To Sport Testing Is?

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Return To Sport Testing Did you know there is a battery of tests PT’s put athletes through to test whether or not an athlete who is recovering from a lower extremity injury is ready to return to their sport?  It’s called a Return to Sport test (very fancy name, I know). These are evidence/research based […]

Outdoor Sports and Body Mechanics

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Outdoor Sports and Body Mechanics As physical therapists, we have conversations about posture and body mechanics all day long. Let’s face it, the last thing I want to think about when I hit the archery range is posture. I simply want to stack arrows on top of each other and try to shoot better than […]

Coordinated Care For Sports Medicine

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Coordinated Care For Sports Medicine When it comes to your health, good communication is key in helping you achieve success in your care journey.   OSI Physical Therapy, St. Croix Orthopaedics and Westfields Hospital & Clinic share a commitment to improving health in our local communities. Because New Richmond is an active health-conscious community, it makes […]

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