Orthopedic ONE Welcomes Five New Physicians in 2020
Orthopedic ONE grows by five new surgeons - specializing in adult reconstructive surgery, sports medicine and spine surgery
Orthopedic ONE is pleased to announce five new physicians who have recently joined or will join the practice soon - increasing its roster to 61 leading orthopedic and physical medicine specialists. One began practice in February and the remaining four will begin seeing patients in August or September at locations across the practice’s central Ohio footprint.
“As the largest physician-owned orthopedic group in the region, we are constantly evolving to meet the needs of our expanding patient population,” says Scott Van Aman, M.D., managing partner, Orthopedic ONE. “When we decide to welcome new physicians to our group, it is imperative that they share our mission to keep patients first in all we do. This newest class of surgeons exhibit the highest levels of compassion and expertise within their professional and personal pursuits and we look forward to working alongside them.”
Andrew Campbell, M.D.
An orthopedic surgeon specializing in adult reconstructive surgery, Dr. Campbell will see patients at both the Upper Arlington and Dublin offices beginning August 10. He is scheduled to finish his fellowship training in adult reconstructive surgery at the Cleveland Clinic this summer before joining the practice. He will bring with him extensive training in complex primary and revision hip and knee replacement, as well as all hip approaches both direct superior and direct anterior. He is also certified in robotic-assisted hip, knee and partial knee replacement. Expecting his first child in September, he and his wife are eager to return to his native city of Columbus.
Graham Pallante, M.D.
An orthopedic surgeon specializing in adult reconstructive surgery, Dr. Pallante will begin caring for patients at the Gahanna/Reynoldsburg and Grove City offices on September 1. He will finish his fellowship training in adult reconstructive surgery at the Cleveland Clinic in July. During his residency and fellowship, he received extensive training in all hip approaches, including the direct superior and direct anterior replacement. Additionally, he has training in partial knee replacement, as well as complex revision hip and knee replacements. A Granville native, Dr. Pallante looks forward to starting practice close to family and friends.
Robert Ryu, M.D.
An orthopedic spine surgeon, Dr. Ryu will begin treating patients at the Upper Arlington and Dublin offices on August 17. He will finish his training in the combined orthopedic-neurosurgical spine surgery fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center this summer. He will bring with him extensive training in minimally invasive surgery, cervical and lumbar disc arthroplasty, motion preservation technology and navigation-guided and robotic-assisted spinal surgery to treat adult degenerative spinal disorders, spinal deformity and spinal trauma. In addition to his traditional medical training, Dr. Ryu has military experience as a medical officer and F-16 flight surgeon in the United States Air Force and in the Ohio Air National Guard.
Kyle Sochacki, M.D.
A sports medicine surgeon, Dr. Sochacki will begin seeing patients at both the Upper Arlington and Dublin offices on August 10. He will finish his sports medicine fellowship at Stanford University in July. He has assisted in providing sports medicine coverage for athletes of all experience levels, including the San Francisco 49ers, Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics, Stanford University men’s soccer and women’s basketball and Rice University baseball. A Cleveland native, Dr. Sochacki looks forward to returning to Ohio and raising his three children in Columbus with his wife.
Scott Shemory, M.D.
Dr. Scott Shemory is a Board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon with fellowship training in sports medicine. He began caring for patients at the Grove City and Hilliard offices in February and brought with him extensive training and experience in tShoulder, Knee and Elbow Surgery. Dr. Shemory completed a fellowship in orthopaedic sports medicine and shoulder reconstruction at The Ohio State University. Prior to joining Orthopedic ONE, Dr. Shemory practiced at the Adena Bone and Joint Center in Chillicothe, Ohio for two years. He resides in German Village with his wife and son.
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