Injury Preventing Sitting Positions for Video Gamers

Posted by

Does your ultimate form of relaxation (or fun) come in the form of video games? Believe it or not, playing video games is actually linked to some health issues, especially if you are playing for long periods of time. One of the most common conditions linked to playing video games is back pain. If you […]

Fun Winter Running Events Near Duluth in 2017

Posted by

Want to test your cold weather limits and winter running skills? There are some really fun events that are happening in and around Duluth this winter. Whether you’re an avid runner, have a new year’s resolution to be more active, or want to help a good cause in 2017,  here are some great opportunities to […]

Tips to Prevent Risky Cheerleading Injuries

Posted by

The sport of cheerleading has evolved through the years and has become not only competitive, but also pretty dangerous. Today’s cheerleading combines the enthusiasm of cheers with the athletic prowess of gymnastics –– without any mats. Studies show that the development of the sport has had a direct impact on the amount of cheerleading injuries. […]

Staying Happy and Healthy Through the Holidays

Posted by

The bustling malls. The present wrapping. The festive parties. The family visits. This time of year is meant to be a time of reflection and enjoyment. But for many, they become a blur of stress and diet-breaking events. So we put together these tips to help you avoid being a Grinch, and instead stay healthy, […]

What is a Physical Therapist?

Posted by

Also commonly referred to as a PT, a physical therapist works in the healthcare industry. Physical therapists typically evaluate and treat patients with physical symptoms/conditions. As stated by the American Physical Therapy Association, a physical therapist “examines, diagnoses, and evaluates the extent of physical problems requiring physical therapy interventions, and treats patients who are suffering […]

How to Warm-up Before Exercising Outside

Posted by

As Minnesotans, we are all too familiar with the sting of cold weather. If you’re an avid runner or skier, you probably don’t let cold temperatures stop you from maintaining your exercise routine. In fact, there are some benefits to keeping up your routine and exercising outside through winter, such as building your stamina and […]

Are You Prepared for Flu Season?

Posted by

It’s that time of year again, the seasons have officially changed and people are starting to show signs of cold and flu season symptoms. Before you know it, it seems like everyone has had or currently has the bug. The worst part about it is that it’s nearly impossible to avoid people who are sick […]

OSI Physical Therapy:  Where Therapy is Job 1

Posted by

  Jim Hoyme, PT Co-Owner, OSI Physical Therapy   The year was 1979. 37 years ago. On the TV . . . Three’s Company. MASH. The Jefferson’s. In the theaters . . . Kramer vs Kramer.  10.  The Jerk. On the radio . . . My Sharona. We Are Family. The Gambler. Politically .  .  […]

Make OSI YOUR Home

Posted by

Have you ever felt like you were just a number in the healthcare system?  Or have you ever felt that you were just Patient A with low back pain, arm pain, etc.?  Here at OSI Physical Therapy, we know what that feels like too.  That’s why we chose the profession of physical therapy and occupational […]

Why Are My Joints So Noisy?

Posted by

All too often I get the question from one of my patients; “Why does my insert any joint of the body crack when I do this?” The snap, crackle, pops of our joints; often associated with movement, can have a wide range of causes and not all of them are medical emergencies. Years of research […]

Page 7 of 76 1 5 6 7 8 9 76