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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski The next athlete in line for the Making of a Champion series is Alyssa Podgorski. Alyssa is a longtime patient of mine, as you’ll find out more below. One of my favorite things about Alyssa is her “hard-grind” attitude, and unwillingness to quit. I’ve had the […]

[Video] How To Tape Hip Flexor Kinesiotape

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How To Tape Hip Flexor Kinesiotape In continuation of the Kinesiotaping series, I’ve roped in a volunteer to help with the hip flexor taping video. Kinesiotaping for the hip flexors can be a very effective tool to help reduce hip flexor pain in the athletic population. As you’ll see in the attached video, there are […]

Found Superman At Minnesota Safety And Health Conference

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Found Superman At Minnesota Safety And Health Conference The Minnesota Safety and Health Conference started yesterday and OSI Physical Therapy is one of the exhibitors at this event. Lisa and I spent the day yesterday talking to dozens of people about safety at work, safety prevention tips, occupational health, and a little bit of just having […]

[Video] Acromioclavicular Joint Sprain – Kinesiotape Tutorial

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Acromioclavicular Joint Sprain – Kinesiotape Tutorial  In the above video, you watched a kinesiotape application to address an acromioclvicular joint sprain. So, what exactly is an acromioclavicular joint sprain you ask? The acromioclavicular joint (AC Joint) is the connection between the clavicle (collarbone) and the acromion (bony process off the shoulder blade). It effectively connects […]

Technology In Exercise

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Technology In Exercise Exercise is important, right? I mean, I tell my patients every day to do their exercises. Why is it then that is is so hard for me to want to jump on my elliptical and pedal or stride for 25 minutes or so? As I worked through these apprehensions, I realized that […]

Being a Clinical Instructor For Physical Therapy

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Being a Clinical Instructor For Physical Therapy Part of becoming a physical therapist is surviving a year of clinicals, most typically on the tail end of the graduate program. This experience gives the graduate student a look at what life as a physical therapist will be like. Most of these internships last between 8-12 weeks, […]

The Coldwater Challenge

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The Coldwater Challenge I did it. I was nominated, and I fell for peer pressure. It was 36 degrees ambient temperature, with a light snow falling. Sounds like an October afternoon when I should be doing something fun like duck hunting. Nope. Instead I was standing on the banks of the mighty Lake Byllesby in […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Alex Anderson

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Alex Anderson Returning to competitive sports after an injury is tough, but doing that after breaking your back? It takes Champion blood. And this is exactly the story we are getting from Alex Anderson, a junior from Simley High School. Alex is not a complainer, so when he […]

Technology And Physical Therapy, A Perfect Blend

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Technology And Physical Therapy, A Perfect Blend When I entered the field of physical therapy in June of 2010, the extent of the technology I had at my disposal was an archaic Toshiba laptop that worked, some of the time. I also had a video camera that I could use to do video feedback with […]

Saying Goodbye To A Colleague And A Friend

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Saying Goodbye To A Colleague And A Friend  I’ve known Travis Leong since September 2006 when he was a freshman at the College of St. Scholastica. Travis was one of those guys who was always studious, but always fun to be around. He and I became closer buds when we started playing rink rat hockey […]

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