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 not one, but two events. Sunny and cool, with a bright blue sky, it was the kind of day Minnesotans wait for all winter long.

The West End team represented Orthology at the inaugural Mpls.St.Paul Magazine FitFest, joining some of the best local names in health and wellness. Fueled by venti Americanos from Starbucks and a delicious, whole-food lunch from Agra Culture, Bieta, Molly, Natalie, Derek, Nate, and Ashley met with and treated more than 50 FitFest attendees. Dr. Crystal Neal, a chiropractor at Orthology Eden Prairie, detailed how runners can prevent injury by engaging in cross training and other types of fitness activities.

Meanwhile, at the Tour de Cure, practitioners from our Eden Prairie and Maple Grove clinics performed some Collaborative Care TLC on tired riders at the finish line. More than 1,668 riders—including our own Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Josh Sandell—raised over $900,000 for the American Diabetes Association.