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Orthopedic ONE featured on Good Day Marketplace
We were so excited to partner with FOX 28's Good Day Marketplace to tell Orthopedic ONE patient Susie Scott's amazing story. In case you missed it...
Dayton Flyer Ryan Mikesell on road back to court after surgery with Dr. Tom Ellis
Dayton Daily News, July 9 2017
By: Tom Archdeacon
Ryan Mikesell, a 6-foot-7 junior forward from St. Henry — one of four Flyers who played in each of the team’s 32 games last season — recently had a pair of surgeries to correct painful impingement problems in both hips.
His surgeries were done by Dr. Tom Ellis, a hip specialist with Orthopedic One in Columbus. The procedure on his right hip was done just over seven weeks ago and the left hip was done three weeks ago.
Orthopedic ONE is pleased to welcome Jason R. Ferrel, M.D., fellowship-trained spine surgeon
Orthopedic ONE is pleased to welcome its newest physician, Jason R. Ferrel, M.D., to the practice. A fellowship-trained spine surgeon, Dr. Ferrel specializes in minimally invasive and motion preserving spine procedures. He will see patients at the practice’s Gahanna/Reynoldsburg and Grove City locations, as well as a new satellite office in Canal Winchester slated to open this summer.Continue...
On a Mission – James Popp, MD and Family Travel to Santo Domingo
Dr. Popp, accompanied by his daughter, Callista, son, Maximos and niece, Victoria, spent the week of June 5, 2017 on a Mission Trip in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The trip was coordinated through CURE International, a faith based non-profit dedicated to healing and serving children with physical disabilities. CURE Dominican Republic was CURE’s first presence in Latin America. Located in the capital city, the pediatric orthopedic hospital provides inpatient surgical and rehabilitative care to disabled children.Continue...
Jeffrey Backes, MD - ONE of Columbus Business First 2017 40 Under 40 Honorees
Dr. Jeffrey Backes was recently named one of central Ohio’s 40 Under 40 by Columbus Business First. This is the longest-running award program at Columbus Business First, and each year recognizes forty of the best and brightest young professionals in Central Ohio for their accomplishments in the area of business and community service. With a record 283 nominations in its 25th year running, the popular 40 Under 40 awards program proved to be the most-impressive yet.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE now in-network with Humana Medicare Advantage Plans
We are pleased to share that effective June 1, Orthopedic ONE will be in-network with all Humana Medicare Advantage Plans. Both physician and therapy appointments for Humana Medicare Advantage subscribers can be scheduled now. Click here to request an appointment.
At this time, our in-network status does not apply to Humana commercial insurance subscribers.
Better Lives. ONE story at a time.
No paid actors or body doubles in these commercials! When creating our recent ad campaign, we spent 3 days following our physicians, staff and patients to share the stories that set us apart.
We are so excited to introduce; Better Lives. ONE story at a time.Continue...
Dr. Robert Durbin Announces Retirement
A Letter from Robert A. Durbin, M.D.
It is with mixed emotions that I officially announce my retirement from active patient care as of May 4, 2017. Orthopedic Medicine has been one of my life’s greatest devotions, and my passion for the practice of medicine is unchanged from my very first day as an orthopedic resident. It is simply time for me to focus on other devotions – my wife, children and eight beautiful grandchildren.
After 36 years of serving patients in our central Ohio Community, I am both saddened and excited about my retirement. It has been an honor to have cared for so many wonderful patients throughout the years.Continue...
Recognize to Recover: What You Need to Know about Concussions
The United States Soccer Federation has rolled out a comprehensive player health and safety program called Recognize to Recover. This purpose of this program is to promote safe play and reduce injuries in soccer players of all ages. Recognize to Recover was developed with a goal of providing coaches, players, parents and referees with information, guidance and educational materials to aid in the prevention and management of injuries.
Always a hot topic in the soccer community, Recognize to Recover has created resources to help soccer players, coaches, parents and referees identify and seek treatment for concussions. Recognize to Recover realizes that concussions can be difficult to spot on the field, especially for those who are not trained medical professionals. U.S. Soccer created Recognize to Recover resources that will help coaches, players, parents and referees identify the signs and symptoms of concussion and immediately take action with the appropriate treatment.
Check out the video below and review these key points to ensure that if your athlete goes down with a head injury, you can RECOGNIZE the severity of the injury and seek medical attention so your player can RECOVER to their fullest potential.