App of the Week – Knee Decide

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 […]

Should I Buy An iPad?

Should I Buy An iPad? I was asked this question on three separate occasions this week. I have quite a bit of knowledge and experience in this area, and thought I might put something together that will help you make a decision like this. Typically, this discussion starts out with a statement like this. “Well, […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Maggie Kadrlik

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 […]

Outdoor Sports and Body Mechanics

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 […]

App of the Week: Ookla Speedtest

App of the Week: Ookla Speedtest I’ve been using this app for a few years (it is also available as an internet page app) and really like it. You might be asking yourself why it is important to have a good internet speed app on your phone. Consider this: you’re in an airport or at […]

Fishing Opener 2014

Fishing Opener 2014 It’s 4:15 am, my alarm is going off. Worse yet, it’s Saturday. But not just any Saturday. Nay, it’s May 10th, 2014. Fishing opener! Normally I wouldn’t be so excited, I’m an ice fisherman. I value a heated shack, comfortable chair, food and beverage, and my Vexilar fish flasher. Summer fishing is […]

App Of The Week: GasBuddy

App Of The Week: GasBuddy  Who loves paying too much for gas? Show of hands? *insert crickets Well me either, which is why I’m an avid user of GasBuddy. GasBuddy is one of the most comprehensive fuel price apps I have played with. It is crowd-source powered, meaning it relies on end user input for […]

Turkey Hunting 2014

Turkey Hunting 2014 In the past year, I’ve taken to hunting pretty rapidly. I didn’t grow up in a hunting family. My dad went to deer camp, but I think he always went with the guys from church to just sit and eat chili for four days. Well, in April of 2013, I decided to […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Katie Kensy

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring Katie Kensy Katie Kensy is a senior at St. Kates University, and a graduate of physical therapy at OSI West St. Paul. Katie has a great story about physical therapy, from an insider and outside perspective! Let’s hear from Katie, I promise this is a good read!   […]