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Low Back Pain in Young Athletes is not Normal

Low Back Pain in Young Athletes is not Normal

Low Back Pain in Young Athletes May Be More Than Just Stiffness or Muscle Strain   While nearly half of low back pain in adults is due to disc-related problems, this is only true in 11% of children.  Parent of young athletes experiencing low back pain should ask...

The OST Difference: Customer Service Part II

The OST Difference: Customer Service Part II

The OST Difference: Customer Service In the previous post “The OST Difference: A Mini Series: Part I,” we discussed building a relationship with patients by focusing on one patient at a time instead of treating multiple patients at once.  What has been...

The OST Difference:  A Mini Series, Part I

The OST Difference: A Mini Series, Part I

  Orthopedic & Spine Therapy (OST) is celebrating its 25th year serving Wisconsin communities.  OST is a privately owned physical therapy group with 29 providers.  OST’s purpose is to “touch people’s lives in a very positive way.” What...

Submit a Physical Therapy Patient Story

Physical Therapy Patient Story   Do you have a story to tell others about how physical therapy transformed your life?  The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is looking for patients who are willing to share their story.  E-mail consumer@apta.org with...

Now Available: Pay Your Bill On-line!

Now Available: Pay Your Bill On-line!

On-line Bill Pay Tired of spending money on a stamp and writing a check?  Check out OST’s new on-line pay option through our website: www.ostpt.com.  On-line bill pay is easy, secure and convenient.  Forget needing a stamp or check!  This service has no...

National Athletic Training Month

National Athletic Training Month

 What are Athletic Trainers?   Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and...

Let’s Talk Workplace Ergonomics!

Let’s Talk Workplace Ergonomics!

Let’s Talk Workplace Ergonomics!   Most Americans spend one third (or more!) of their day at their job. That’s approximately 2,000 hours per year that you are sitting or standing, answering phones, working on a computer, lifting…that’s A LOT of time!!...