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Orthopedic ONE breaks ground on new Westerville headquarters

COLUMBUS, OHIO (October 18, 2020) – This month, Orthopedic ONE, Ohio’s largest physician-owned orthopedic practice, broke ground on its planned headquarters in Westerville’s expanding “medical mile”.  The estimated $24 million, 80,000 square-foot facility will feature four floors, including centralized business operations for the sprawling practice, clinical space to accommodate 12 physicians across all orthopedic specialties,...

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Drs. Campbell and Shemory talk joint health with Columbus Monthly magazine
Dr. Andrew Campbell and Dr. Scott Shemory were recently featured in Columbus Monthly’s annual Health issue. The two fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons shared important tips to save your joints – and know when you’re overdoing it. You can find the full issue online here.
How to hit the slopes – safely!
The slopes have officially opened! Ski and board season is finally here, and Ohio is home to several outstanding ski resorts, including Snow Trails and Mad River Mountain. If you’ve been dreaming of fresh (or fabricated) powder, take some time to refresh yourself on these basic winter sports safety tips from the American Academy of...
Dr. Raymond Wurapa featured in CityScene Magazine
Orthopedic ONE’s Dr. Raymond Wurapa, and his inclusive bandage company Tru-Colour, were a feature in the January/February 2022 issue of CityScene Magazine. Much of the article addressed the origins of the Tru-Colour brand and its vision for a more ‘useful and inclusive’ bandage, Dr. Wurapa also shared some important hand health tips, including avoiding overuse...
Dr. Popp’s passion for pediatric hand care led to role at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
When Dr. James Popp was pursuing his medical degree with a specialty in hand and upper extremity orthopedics, there was no distinction in training between pediatric and adult care. While he enjoys treating patients of all ages, he realized early on in his career that he had a passion for pediatric hand care.  This passion...
Tips for Carrying Luggage
The holidays are synonymous with hustle and bustle, and often include traveling to see loved ones or maybe treating yourself to a holiday vacation!  However, take extra care while packing your suitcase with your essentials and gifts. In 2019, 72,000 people visited emergency rooms, doctors’ offices, and clinics seeking treatment for injuries related to carrying...
Orthopedic ONE voted 2021 CBUS Top Pick
For the sixth consecutive year, the central Ohio community has selected Orthopedic ONE as the Columbus Dispatch TOP PICK in the following 2 categories: Orthopedic Practice Sports Medicine Practice The annual CBUS Top Picks program polls the local community to select the best businesses and organizations in the area. Through nominations and voting, they choose...
4 Tips to Avoid Common Skating Injuries
As the temperatures drop, both beginner and experienced skaters take to the ice at some of central Ohio’s seasonal outdoor skating rinks. While this is a great winter activity to enjoy with family and friends, it’s not without some risk. Research suggests that 1 in 700 skaters will experience an injury while ice skating. Here...
Thumbs Up: All About Skier’s Thumb/Gamekeeper’s Thumb Injuries
A fall on the hand or sudden force to the thumb can overstretch the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) located at the base of the thumb. Often called skier’s thumb or gamekeeper’s thumb, this injury most often occurs during falls while performing activities like skiing or bicycling. However, contact sports injuries contribute to 1 out of...
Fall Prevention Tips: Holiday Decorating Edition
Many common holiday activities can cause injuries that can make any festive season anything but jolly. For example, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were more than 60,000 visits to doctors’ offices, emergency rooms, and clinics in 2019 for injuries related to holiday decorating and decorations. This includes everything from falls while...
All About ACL Injuries
The twisting of the knee during quick stops and starts, turning, cutting, or awkward landing can adversely affect the function and stability of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).  A combination of twisting forces places added stress on this ligament, which can result in a tear. This injury can happen with or without direct contact with...
Turkey Carving Tips
An estimated 88% of Americans enjoy turkey on Thanksgiving. Since carving a turkey is an activity most people only participate in during the holidays, hand injuries are not uncommon. While many of these hand injuries are minor and are treatable at home, some can be severe enough to require medical attention. Follow these tips from...
Overcoming Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Is knee pain impacting your athlete’s performance or keeping them out of the game? It could be due to Osgood-Schlatter Disease, an overuse injury common among athletes who participate in field and court sports. While the name may seem intimidating, learn how this condition is diagnosed and treated, allowing athletes to get back on the...
Stay Safe This Winter: Balance & Fall Prevention Virtual Lecture!
Orthopedic ONE is excited to partner with Wesley Glen Retirement Community for a virtual lecture featuring Diane Fleming, DPT, Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, who will discuss how to improve balance and prevent falls, specifically as we head into the winter months! The event will take place on Thursday, November 18th, 2021 at 1:00 P.M. Please...
Recognition and Prevention of Overuse Sports Injuries
While participating in sports provides proven physical, mental, and social benefits, rest and periodic breaks are necessary to prevent injuries. There are two main types of injuries athletes experience, acute injuries, and chronic or overuse injuries. An acute injury happens suddenly, such as twisting an ankle while running or a direct fall on the shoulder....
Orthopedic ONE Physicians Featured in America’s Top Doctors® List
Congratulations to the following Orthopedic ONE physicians named to the 2021 America’s Top Doctors® list, which includes more than 500 central Ohio physicians from 64 unique specialties. Brian L. Davison, M.D.– Orthopedic Surgery David Hannallah, M.D. – Orthopedic Surgery Joel R. Politi, M.D.– Orthopedic Surgery Robert N. Steensen, M.D.– Orthopedic Surgery Marlo Van Steyn, M.D – Hand...
Dr. Marlo Van Steyn Presents at American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting
Congratulations to Marlo Van Steyn, M.D., who was selected as a presenter at the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, which was held September 30th – October 2nd, 2021 in San Francisco, California! Dr. Van Steyn discussed Trauma and Care of the Mangled Hand, and served as moderator of The Mangled...
Dr. Feibel and Dr. Politi Receive Guardian Angel Awards
Dr. Jonathan Feibel and Dr. Joel Politi were recently recognized through the Mount Carmel Foundation Guardian Angels program. Guardian Angels are a physician, nurse, staff member, or volunteer who patients feel showed them care and compassion during their treatment at a Mount Carmel facility. Patients pay tribute to their caregivers by sharing their stories and...
Dr. Jared Guth to Give Healthcare Expert Talk to SourcePoint Members
Are you a SourcePoint member with questions about shoulder pain? If so, join us to learn about rotator cuff injuries and treatment options from our own Dr. Jared Guth!   The lecture will take place virtually on Friday, October 15th  from 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. RSVP by calling 740-363-6677 or sign up through the SourcePoint Online Registration System. Jared...
How to Stay Hydrated During Your Workout
Proper hydration is vital for athletes at all levels, as well as anyone aiming to live a healthy lifestyle. Adequate hydration is needed to keep eye, nose, and mouth tissues moist and to promote thermoregulation, joint lubrication, and nutrient transport. Under-hydration can occur from intense or long workouts, hot and humid conditions, or consuming too...
Soccer Injury Spotlight: Acute Hip Flexor Strains
Power to advance the leg while sprinting and force generation when striking the ball is produced by the hip flexor muscle groups.  When these muscles are overloaded, it can result in a hip flexor injury, which can mean time away from soccer for rehab and recovery if the injury is not recognized and treated.  DESCRIPTION...
Hip Avulsion Fracture; More Than Just a Muscle Strain
Mild strains and pains are commonplace in sports. Most of these ailments improve quickly, with rest and a little advice from your athletic trainer or sports certified specialist. But some injuries are more complex and require additional care and healing time. DESCRIPTION An avulsion fracture occurs when a small piece of bone is broken off where a...
Spine Surgeon Dr. Robert Ryu named to Becker’s Spine Review ’50 Spine Surgeons to Know’
Becker’s Spine Review recently published a list of “50 Spine Surgeons to Know,” which included Orthopedic ONE’s own Dr. Robert Ryu. Excerpt below: Robert Ryu, MD. Orthopedic One (Columbus, Ohio). Dr. Ryu served as a medical officer and F-16 flight surgeon in the United State Air Force and the Ohio Air National Guard. His training includes minimally...
Join Us for a Hip and Knee Arthritis Virtual Lecture!
Orthopedic ONE is excited to partner with Wesley Ridge Retirement Community for a Coffee & Conversation virtual lecture on Friday, September 24th at 1:00 PM.  Join us as Diane Fleming, DPT, Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, discusses hip and knee arthritis and shares exercise tips specifically targeted to meet the needs of osteoarthritis patients!  RSVP by September 22nd by calling (614) 501-1499 or online at wesleyridge.com/events....
Orthopedic ONE earns top spot on Columbus CEO Magazine’s Leaderboard
Each year, Columbus CEO Magazine ranks central Ohio orthopedic practices in order of most new patients seen. The 2020 Leaderboard results are in – and Orthopedic ONE has again earned the top position. More people trust us to care for their orthopedic needs than any other group practice in central Ohio. From neck injuries to...
Dos and Don’ts of DOMS
The start of the fall sports season is upon us!  While this is an exciting time of year, returning to the rigors of activities like conditioning, practices, and tournaments can result in delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS.             DESCRIPTION Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is frequently encountered with a start or sudden change...
Healthy Summer Snacking
Summer involves lots of running around and eating on the go! Many snack options on the market are high in excess sugar and carbohydrates and low in nutrients. This can make it tricky to know how to stay properly fueled and hydrated for vacations, days at the pool, and summer sports leagues. Follow along as...
Dr. Alexandra Paraskos Now Seeing Patients at Dublin Location
On Monday, August 2nd, Dr. Alexandra Paraskos began seeing patients at Orthopedic ONE’s Dublin office, located at 6840 Perimeter Dr. This is in addition to her existing office hours at the practice’s Upper Arlington location. Dr. Paraskos is a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physician with Fellowship training in Spine Medicine. Dr. Paraskos specializes in the diagnosis and...
Join Us! Exercising Safely with Hip and Knee Arthritis-Virtual Lecture
Join us virtually on Tuesday, August 3rd at 8:30 a.m. as we partner with the Upper Arlington Commission on Aging through their Fitness Trek program! Our own Diane Fleming, DPT, Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, will share tips for Exercising Safely with Hip and Knee Arthritis. Registration is required by calling the Upper Arlington Senior...
Three Important Questions When Seeking an Orthopedic Specialist
When injury or pain begins to limit the things you can do, it’s time to seek the advice and treatment of a trusted physician. If the source of your problem is related to your muscles, ligaments, tendons or bones, it is a musculoskeletal issue. Musculoskeletal injuries and conditions are treated by an orthopedic specialist –...