8 Fun Date Ideas for a Healthy Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is almost here! Do you have plans yet? You might be stocking up on candy, chocolate or planning a fancy dinner out with your loved one. While these are common ways to celebrate on February 14th, it can be very easy to overindulge in the sweet spirit of love. If you want to […]

Are You Damaging Your Muscles Without Knowing It?

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It’s easy to think that if you go to the gym, stay active and eat right, then your muscles are probably in tip top shape, right? After all, they’re putting in effort specifically towards feeling good, so what could ever go wrong? As a matter of fact, plenty — and it may have to do […]

Common Aches & Pains You May Face As You Age

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As we age, everyone experiences aches and pains. Many Americans are living with some sort of chronic long-term pain after an injury or illness and even more experience short-term pains. So, where does this pain come from and how can you manage it? 1. Lower Back Pain It’s the most common complaint of chronic pain. […]

OSI’s Guide to Getting Your Daily Serving of Protein

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If you’ve tried any diet or weight loss plan, you’ve seen how important protein can be. Protein helps you shed some of those unwanted pounds and keeps you fuller longer. But getting your daily fill of this important nutrient is easier said than done. It’s a balance between getting the right amount of protein and […]

4 Mindful Tips for Migraine Management

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Migraines are debilitating to those who experience them on a consistent basis. They can come out of nowhere and send your whole day into a tail spin. How can you help manage your symptoms and take small steps closer to a migraine free life? Tip #1: Sleep better and more consistently Sleeping is crucial for […]

Helpful Tips for Keeping Memory Loss at Bay

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As we all age, our memories will start to fade. The car keys will be harder to find. The grocery list will never make it to the grocery store. It’s a common occurrence for everyone as we get older. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Memory loss can be frustrating and it’s definitely not something to […]

What Should I Eat Before a Physical Therapy Session?

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A smartly timed snack can make a big difference for your body before and after any workout. During a physical therapy workout especially, your body is focused on building muscle, regaining strength and then afterwards it’s recovering from your activity. One of the most important things you can do to get the most out of […]

Hello, Shoreview! Letter From Your New Clinic Manager

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Hi everyone, I’d like to first and foremost introduce myself as the new manager up at OSI Physical Therapy in Shoreview.  My name is Pete Larson, and I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), and have received my Manual Therapy Certification and Applied Prevention and Health Promotion Certification.  […]

How to Have a Healthier Year at Work

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We’ve all been there. It’s tough to eat healthy while you’re at work. The vending machine is always calling your name and your neighbor has a giant bowl of candy just sitting there, tempting you all day long. You spend a lot of time at work so it’s worth it to invest some time in […]

6 Sleep-Inducing Tips for a Better Night’s Rest

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A good night’s sleep is crucial, not only for your mood, but for your health, but there are so many factors that can get in the way – stress, work, family responsibilities, illnesses. It’s not surprising that a good rest can sometimes be elusive. While there are some factors you can’t control, there are a […]

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