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Expo for Seniors

Saturday, August 16 River’s Edge Convention Center; 8 am – Noon We’ll be at this year’s Expo for Seniors at the Rivers Edge Convention Center. Stop by our booth to stay hello and stay for featured speaker Boyd Huppert from KARE 11 Land of 10,000 Stories. Hope to see you there! Learn more about this […]

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Non-Surgical Orthopedics: When to Care and When to Cut

Sometimes, it’s difficult to know what actions will best preserve the health and lives of our patients—especially in the field of orthopedics. While it may be expedient to pursue a surgical solution, it might not be in the best interest for our patient in the long term.

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6th Annual Tiger Scramble Golf Tournament

6th Annual Tiger Scramble Golf Tournament Friday, August 8th, 2014 Wapicada Golf Course (Noon shotgun start) We’re proud to sponsor the largest single fundraising event for St. Cloud Tech High School Activities. Join us on the course for a great time of golf and goodwill. The cost of each participant is just $95, and includes […]

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Hip Abductor Augmentation Using Muscle Transfer Technique

St. Cloud Orthopedics Surgeon Joseph Nessler is one of the few surgeons in the country that performs a highly complex surgery of creating a new abductor muscle from the transfer of the tensor fasciae latae (TFL) and part of the gluteus maximus muscles.

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St. Cloud Orthopedics Earns ACR Accreditation

ACR MRI Accredited Facility Seal

St. Cloud Orthopedics has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR).

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Podiatry advancements are numerous

Exercising is on the mind of most individuals as they are trying to stick to their resolutions. While aerobic exercise is important, low impact exercises are often the better choice. This will decrease the risk of injury and provide long-term health benefits.

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Physician focus – Dr. Sigurdson, D.P.M.

Dr Sigurdson

Kristen Sigurdson, D.P.M., received her medical degree from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Sigurdson joined the practice in 2009 and specializes in foot and ankle care – podiatry.

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Exercycles – great inside option for exercising

Hopefully, everyone is continuing on with their New Year’s resolution to get in shape, lose weight, feel better, and whatever else they have chosen to do. Exercising outside in the winter can be very invigorating, but for many it is not an option. With those of you in mind, one of the pieces of equipment you really could pick up cheap or free would be an exercycle. I think many people have exercycles in their home being used as towel racks or clothes hangers.

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Walking Could Help Ease Lower Back Pain, Study Finds

Relief from back pain could be as simple as taking a stroll, a new study suggests. A recent study suggests that a simple regime of daily walking may aid individuals with lower back pain.

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Increased Exercise Doesn’t Seem To Boost Calorie Intake After All

Despite the fact that a tough workout might make you want to eat enough for a family of four, your exercise routine probably isn’t making you consume extra calories, according to a new research review.

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