Orthology’s September Lineup

With cooler temperatures starting to roll in, we welcome the fall lineup of marathons, triathlons, and any event that gets us active and outdoors before the winter. Orthology is proud to be a supporter and sponsor of numerous events taking place throughout the Twin Cities in September. Here’s a few events where you can find

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Going for Gold at the Gopher to Badger Race

This past weekend, 1,500 runners participated in the annual Gopher to Badger 5k and Half Marathon Run—and Orthology was there to cheer them on. Runners from the Gopher (Minnesota) and Badger (Wisconsin) states raced from Stillwater, MN over the river into Hudson, WI, battling it out for top honors for their home states. As presenting

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Orange is the New Fit

Orthology’s mission is to get you back to doing the things that you love. Our patients are active people, with a variety of athletic interests, from triathlon to skiing to CrossFit. In our quest to get you better faster, we also seek to introduce you to new wellness and fitness options. Over the coming months,

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Orthology at the Liberty Triathlon

The scene at Lake Rebecca Park Reserve near Delano, MN was one of quiet, concentrated chaos on Saturday morning, as triathletes set up their transition areas, made last tweaks to their bikes and checked out the swim course. The overcast skies finally gave way to a steady sprinkle as the swimmers became cyclists, swooping along

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Out & About in the Twin Cities: Orthology at FitFest & Tour de Cure

Engaging with our community is an important—and rewarding—part of being a practitioner at Orthology. From races and wellness events to shadowing orthopedic surgeons and participating in continuing education conferences, we’re proud to help people get better, faster, wherever they are. Saturday, May 30, was the perfect day to get outside and serve our community at

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Tony Schiller on Training for Racing & Longevity

Imagine toeing the line of the Olympic Marathon trials. Imagine glancing to your left and to your right and seeing the best of the best beside you. Imagine knowing that you are the biggest person and the slowest person on that line (which you know because you signed up to be interviewed by Runner’s World

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