Meet The Team: Anna O’Brien, Physical Therapist Assistant at OSI Stillwater

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Anna O’Brien, Physical Therapist Assistant at OSI Stillwater Here’s another post featuring one of our amazing staff members, this time from our Stillwater location. Originally born and raises in Long Island NY,  I married and then moved to New Jersey  where we resided for 21 years. We Relocated to Minnesota 3 years ago where I […]

Physical Therapy Pushes You When You Feel Stuck

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(pictured above: Sara Lumby & Scott Wilkins…local hero’s) Physical Therapy Pushes You When You Feel Stuck Ok, the title is a bit cliche, but it still seems to pair well with the situation. Last Thursday I left OSI Physical Therapy in Stillwater at 3:00pm to drive back to St Paul. Those of us here in the Twin […]

Great Tips To Prevent and Manage Shin Splints

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Great Tips To Prevent and Manage Shin Splints As spring sports seasons will be quickly upon us, the dreaded “shin splints” becomes a conversation piece. Shin splints is a very general term referring to pain in front part of the lower leg. With the right approach, shin splints can not only be managed, but also […]

The CrAzy, Busy Life Of An Athletic Trainer In Winter Months

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An Athletic Trainers Winter Schedule As the winter sports seasons are starting to wind down, it gets me thinking about how crazy and busy a high school Athletic Trainer’s life is for the past 4 months during the winter.  When I look back I kind of think: “wow, that went fast”. Which at the beginning of […]

Meet The Team: Matt Hirn, The Training Room

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 Meet The Team: Matt Hirn, The Training Room It’s that time again when we introduce the readers to another one of our amazing staff members at OSI Physical Therapy. Today we’re featuring Matt Hirn. He works for The Training Room, a division of OSI. Enjoy! Hi, I’m Matt. I joined The Training Room team in […]

4 Simple Exercises To Improve Your Balance

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4 Tips To Improve Your Balance I just posted a blog about what a PTA does at a physical therapy clinic, but today I wanted to offer some helpful tips when dealing with ‘balance’. Most of us think of poor balance as an issue only experienced by the elderly population and never consider our own […]

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