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New OrthoIllinois Scholarship Honors Memory of Former Employee

Rockford, Ill. (July 31, 2018) – OrthoIllinois, a leading bone and joint health care provider in northern Illinois, has created a scholarship in memory of Kelsea Anderson, a physical therapy assistant who passed away in January 2018. The scholarship will benefit students enrolled in Blackhawk Technical College’s Physical Therapy Assistant Program in Janesville, Wisconsin. Anderson…read more


River Run races into sixth year

This year’s River Run is just four weeks away, and it happens to be the event’s sixth anniversary. OrthoIllinois started the Labor Day weekend event in 2013 as a unique training opportunity for individuals participating in our Run Right Running Clinic, which aims to improve performance and decrease the risk of injury for runners and…read more


Core services contribute to bright future for Ortho Illinois

At OrthoIllinois, we are excited about the future of health care. Our team of skilled surgeons, physicians, and clinical support staff work every day to provide patients a higher standard of care centered on returning individuals to more pain-free and active lifestyles. Founded in 1967, OrthoIllinois is recognized as one of the largest and leading…read more


Merger of OrthoIllinois and AOS in Elgin complete

Rockford, Ill. (June 1, 2018) – OrthoIllinois and Associates in Orthopaedic Surgery (AOS), two leading bone and joint providers in northern Illinois, have joined forces as of June 1, 2018 with the completion of their practice merger. The combined organization creates a larger, more comprehensive care network that improves access to subspecialized medicine closer to…read more


OrthoIllinois a close partner with nationally ranked Rush University Medical Center

OrthoIllinois, a leading bone and joint provider in northern Illinois, has been a long-time partner with Rush University Medical Center, which was recently ranked No. 5 for Best Hospitals for Orthopedics by U.S. News & World Report. One of the most unique aspects of this partnerships is that Rush’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery sends its…read more


The cutting edge in training and rehabilitation: Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

Pretty much everyone knows a steady supply of blood is necessary to promote healthy tissue growth and development. But recently, doctors and physical therapists have begun looking at a new technique that actually restricts blood flow to help improve muscle mass or hypertrophy, helping muscle tissue get bigger and rehabilitate without resorting to increasingly heavier…read more