Personal Training: Penn Cycle Indoor Training

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Personal Training: On November 7, 2013 PENN Cycle & Fitness hosted it’s “Indoor Training Kickoff and Open House.” This was an opportunity for local representatives from cycle industry companies (Shimano, CycleOps, Pearl Izumi, and Lights&Motion) and OSI Physical Therapy to display new merchandise and talk with cycle enthusiasts. Also, many participated in a FREE training […]

Microdiscectomy And Physical Therapy Lead To “My TTR Story”

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Why The Training Room?   “My name is Kimberly McDonald, and this is my TTR story!  I have been a member of the training room for a year and a half, and I have loved each and every minute of it!!!  I have met amazing people and look forward to each time I get to […]

Forest Lake Business of the Year Award Goes To…

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Business of the Year Award About a month ago I received an email from the Chamber of Commerce of Forest Lake.  It was an invitation to vote online via a survey that went out to over 200 members.  When I opened the email I was shocked to see our Forest Lake Team at OSI was […]

Active Life Fair At Shoreview Community Center

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How to make your Physical Age Lower than your Biological Age The Active Life Fair is an annual event in Shoreview. OSI Physical Therapy participated in Shoreview Community Center’s Senior Fair on November 13th, 2013.  Myself and Dean Erie, physical therapist connected with the young at heart while discussing the effects of decreased strength and […]

Knee Ligament Discovery Is Still Possible in 2013?

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New Knee Ligament: Anterolateral Ligament For as long as we know, people have been studying the human body; how it works, how it’s made, and why it is the way it is.  Last Tuesday, two scientists from the University of Leuven, don’t worry, I already googled it, it’s in Belgium, were the first to provide […]

OSI Physical Therapist Wins U of M Clinical Instructor of the Year Award

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I’ve been working as a clinic manager and  physical therapist for years, but I have also been a clinical instructor for PT students since 1992. I  always enjoy having students and preparing them for independent practice in orthopedic physical therapy.  Last spring, my student, Sydney Scott, from the University of Minnesota, nominated me for the […]

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