Dennis Koslowski Reflects On His Olympic Past

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Olympic Games can be a time to reflect, especially for those that have been participants.

Dennis Koslowski was the part of the US Greco wrestling team 1988 and 92. With family and friends watching back home, he won a bronze and a silver medal.

His walls are now reminders of moments that defined his life.

“Probably a little bit like jumping out of an airplane…you hope for the best. And the biggest challenge I actually had most of my career was not to get too caught up in the end result, or worry about that,” said Dennis.

He has been a chiropractor since the 90s. Much of his work is on athletes, and much of his approach is defined by his wrestling days.

“I have a lot of systems. Everything I do is a certain way…once something works, I try to stay with it; how I work in my practice, how I approach patients’ conditions,” he said.

He’s worked as the team chiropractor for the Vikings team chiropractor, and has occasional worked with the Twins.

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