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My Time Overseas

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Written by Greg Bailen, OSI Stillwater Clinic Director: I am writing to you all in the middle of a 10-day sandstorm. Needless to say, things are a little slow around here for training right now so I thought I would take a little time to write to you all. I wanted to write a brief […]

We Are Here to Help You Move Better and Be Healthier

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A message from OSI’s CEO First of all, I want to thank you for being a present or past patient of OSI and for believing in our commitment to serving you in special ways. I hope you and your family are staying safe and healthy through the challenges of the COVID 19 crisis which has […]

A Letter to Wendy: OSI Patient Success Story & Update!

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Hi Wendy! Jess here, the rock climber you’ve helped for several hand and wrist issues over the past year. I’m really psyched to say that my hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders feel fantastic and I’ve been doing some of my best climbing to date recently! I just got back from a trip to Devil’s Tower […]

Testimonial: St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 Marathon

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Testimonial: St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 Marathon I ran in the St. Paul Winter Carnival Securian 1/2 marathon yesterday. The weather was perfect. The last mile or so is tough, up a steep hill from the river. For the most part the course is nice, along Shepard Road which runs along the river to […]

Optimizing FOTO: Optimizing Outcomes

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Optimizing FOTO: Optimizing Outcomes Outcome measurement leads to better care management. Therapists are embracing evidence based practice more and more. Data is playing a much larger role in clinical decision making. Gone are the days of making clinical decisions based on just impairment measures, therapist observation and percentage of patient perceived improvement. Physical therapists are […]

Fit Girl Fuel

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Fit Girl Fuel I had the opportunity to chat with a former Henry Sibley student athlete of mine, who is now off doing great things in college. Why I wanted to chat with her is because she has a very interesting series of health tips spanning from Instagram posts, to her website. What I caught […]

The History of Lake Fest: Preparation For Fun In The Forest 2014

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The History of Lake Fest: Preparation For Fun In The Forest 2014 In 1912, a single graduate became the first person to finish his high school education in a Forest Lake school. Over the last century, thousands of students have come through Forest Lake Area Schools, many of them staying in the area and helping […]