OSI Phisical Therapy

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Whether you are seeking treatment after an injury or surgery, are living with or want to prevent pain and mobility problems, desire to improve your performance in a sport, or simply want to stay active and healthy, OSI Physical Therapy orthopedic center and orthopedic specialists are committed to meet your physical rehabilitation and exercise rehabilitation needs. Our staff of highly qualified physical and occupational therapists will design a physical therapy program to get you, and keep you, doing what you love.

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  April 1

Our bodies are instruments of balance, and equilibrium is key. Without it, there is a risk of things going awry or becoming harmful. While this may sound either farfetched or complicated, it simplifies if you consider some different types of applications. For instance, this type of mentality is most commonly used when discussing a person’s diet,...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  March 25

For many hard working individuals, caffeine is the life-juice that keeps them moving throughout the day. It’s the first thing they think about when they wake up in the morning and it’s the their first go-to when things start getting sluggish in the middle of the day. It is a trusted source of energy that serves as the most consistent pick-me-up...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  March 23

The varying ways that exercise impacts your body can never be understated. The whole concept and driving force of working out is the idea of change. We’re trying to change our body in one way or another — and exercise (along with eating well) is the vehicle that gets us there. There are so many ways that our body can change based on whichever...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  March 21

Dear Stillwater community, My name is Greg Bailen and I am the new clinic manager at our OSI Physical Therapy Stillwater location. I had the great opportunity to work and learn here when I first started after PT school and I am very excited to have the chance to return in this new role! My personal background is that I grew up in the twin cities,...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  March 8

Even though winter finally seems to be coming to a close, it may not feel like it for some of us. For those that have an admittedly low cold tolerance, days hovering around the 40s and 50s could potentially feel like freezing temps — even without wind chill consideration. To them, most of the year is cold, not just half of it. Why does this happen...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  March 2

When it comes to exercise, some take a “one size fits all” approach. Whether you’re jogging around town or hitting the gym, many people do each for the same amount of time and with the same type of intensity every. single. time. While this formula might help you in terms of consistency, it may not be the most efficient method to working out....

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  February 26

When you hear the term “all natural”, it’s hard not to immediately associate it with health –– and for good reason. So going “natural” when it comes to your feet is definitely with benefit. In fact, tossing off our socks and shoes to go barefoot can offer a couple health benefits. From helping our foot structure, to helping our entire bodies,...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  February 19

When it comes to activity, we’re usually quick to think of the physical kind. Especially in terms of staying healthy, we consider it more based on our bodily condition more than anything else. We’re sometimes too hasty to forget about mental and brain health, even when how we feel with our body can often times directly impact how we feel mentally...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  February 10

Running is typically viewed as one of the better forms of training available to those looking to get in shape. It’s well rounded, convenient, cheap, and often times even considered relaxing in comparison to some other exercises. In addition, people often see it as one of the safest and most injury-free activities that a person can do. After all,...

OSI Phisical Therapy

 •  February 1

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 exactly with the ways that your body is being put through regular...