News and Events
Drs. Backes and Politi Receive Guardian Angels Awards
During the month of July, two Orthopedic ONE surgeons, Dr. Jeffrey Backes and Dr. Joel Politi were recognized through the Mount Carmel Foundation's Guardian Angels program.Continue...
Arthritis Support Network Meeting Featuring Orthopedic ONE Hip and Knee Surgeon, Dr. Michael McShane
Orthopedic ONE, along with community partners Arthritis Support Network and the Arthritis Foundation, will be hosting a free educational seminar on When to Consider Surgery and Surgical Options for Arthritis Patients, featuring Orthopedic ONE surgeon, Michael McShane, M.D., in conjunction with the group's June meeting.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE Lends a Hand to Habitat for Humanity
During the week of May 8th-12th, Orthopedic ONE's Therapy Services and Sports Medicine team expanded their desire to help others outside of the clinic, by donning boots and hard hats to volunteer as part of Habitat for Humanity's construction crew!
Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio has spent more than a quarter century helping to bring the dream of homeownership to families in need. Working in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat MidOhio partners, donors and volunteers have played a role in rekindling hope for over 400 families living in central Ohio through new home construction and critical home repairs.
To learn more about opportunities to get involved with this outstanding organization, visit www.habitatmidohio.org.
2018 Orthopedic ONE Education Series for the Primary Care Physician and Mid-Level Provider
Caring for the Orthopedic Patient
Orthopedic exam techniques, imaging, conservative treatment, and surgery
Thursday, April 26 - Foot & Ankle and Hand & Wrist
Polaris Grill – 1835 Polaris Parkway
5:15 – 6:00 Cocktails
6:00 – 6:30 Hand and Wrist Injuries - Daniel Quinn, MD
6:30 – 7:00 Chronic Hand and Wrist Conditions - Michael Rerko, MD
7:00 – 7:30 Foot and Ankle Injuries - Robert Gorsline, MD
7:30 – 8:00 Chronic Foot and Ankle Conditions - Scott Van Aman, MD
What does it mean to be “physician owned” - and why should you care?
At Orthopedic ONE, we often emphasize the fact that we are the largest physician-owned orthopedic practice in Ohio. But what does that really mean? And why should it matter to you?
A private or independent practice is one in which the physicians provide the care and own the business. Orthopedic ONE physicians collectively share ownership of our practice and make both medical and business decisions that directly affect your quality of care, cost of care and overall patient experience.
What are the advantages of choosing an independent or physician-owned practice or provider such as Orthopedic ONE?
Is Outpatient Total Joint Replacement Right for You?
Imagine undergoing a total joint replacement of the knee, hip or shoulder without the hospital stay. A traditional joint replacement requires a 1-3 night stay in the hospital, but if you are in overall good health and have the right home support system an outpatient approach may be right for you.Continue...
We are Westerville Strong.
We are ONE of many grieving the loss of Officers Eric Joering and Anthony Morelli. We stand with the City of Westerville and our fellow community members in collective gratitude for all these two officers contributed to our great city.
As a show of support and encouragement to their wives, families and fellow officers, we are joining other healthcare organizations in and around Westerville for a No Co-Pay Friday.
Columbus Monthly features "Weekday Warrior" Tips from Orthopedic ONE
Orthopedic ONE physicians break down the most common work-related injuries from back pain to shoulder pain. Get the latest from Dr. Jason Ferrel, Dr. Brian Tscholl, Dr. Jeffrey Backes and Dr. Vivek Sahai in this special Health publication of Columbus Monthly Magazine.
Are high heels safe for our feet? Dr. Feibel talks footwear with Good Day Marketplace
Dr. Feibel talks with Good Day Marketplace's Alyssa Henry about proper footwear and the value of good orthotics, including a simple test to find out if your shoes are too tight for your feet.