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2022 CME Registration

On the evening of September 13th, 2022, specialists from St. Cloud Orthopedics will again host a live Continuing Medical Education event for medical professionals at the The Grands at Mulligans in Sartell, Minnesota. Dinner (included in the price of the $100 event ticket) will be served as you hear about multiple orthopedics-focused topics while earning […]

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Dr. Shobe Talks Spine Care

Dr. Shobe recently chatted on air with Kelly Cordes for WJON’s It Matters segment. Together, they talked about all of the various aspects of spine care and what type of treatment is available for patients. He also covers what has been his many highlights over the years here at St. Cloud Orthopedics—including helping patients understand […]

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Eating Well During Recovery

Optimal nutrition plays an essential role in supporting a strong recovery and helping you get back to what you love to do as quickly as possible. Here are a few “dos and don’ts” of post-operative nutrition to ensure you or your loved one gets the nutrients they need to power through the recovery period Keeping […]

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Maddi Milton on Physical Therapy

Maddi Milton, PT, DPT, recently talked with Kelly Cordes of WJON for their It Matters segment, where the two of them discussed all things Physical Therapy! Maddi is not only a graduate of the College of Saint Benedict, but has also been providing on-campus Physical Therapy to students, staff, and athletes through St. Cloud Orthopedics […]

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Sip Up! 5 Reasons Your Bones & Joints Need Water

Summer is here, and all kinds of fun outdoor activities are calling. Hiking, running, biking, and all the other ways you like to move are great ways to get active this time of year. The warmth of summer sure can be nice, but prolonged exposure to heat also puts a strain on the body. Amid […]

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Warm Up & Cool Down Tips

Warming up and cooling down are important steps in any workout routine, but they’re often times rushed or skipped altogether. Dr. Kristi Hultman goes over a few specific and easy things to do to ensure your muscles get the proper warm up and cool down, preventing injury and reducing after-workout pain and stiffness. Watch this […]

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Izaak Schafer on Occupational Therapy

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Izaak Schafer, OTR/L, CHT, recently talked with Kelly Cordes for WJON’s It Matters segment, where the two of them discussed Occupational Therapy (OT)—what it is, how it’s different than Physical Therapy, and who benefits from OT. He also covered what it means to be a Certified Hand Therapist, how he got into this career path, […]

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Activities for Lower Body Joint Pain

Chad Ritter, Director of Rehabilitation Services here at St. Cloud Orthopedics, talks over two great options for staying active even with lower body joint pain. Watch his quick video to hear his tips.

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Dr. Nessler Talks Joint Care

Dr. Nessler recently talked with Kelly Cordes of WJON for their It Matters segment. During their conversation, they talked about everything from hip and knee joint replacements to robotic-assisted surgery. He also shares expectations for patient outcome, his role as a consultant and surgical leader, and why he loves helping patients live better during their […]

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Choosing The Right Shoes

How to select the right type of walking or workout shoe for your feet is one of the most common questions we get here at St. Cloud Orthopedics. Chad Ritter, Director of Rehabilitation Services, gives three quick tips for making sure your feet are covered correctly.

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