News and Events
Orthopedic ONE Physician to Retire in September 2015
Happy Retirement Dr. Nancy Vaughan. You will be missed!
After 17 years of providing excellent medical care, it is with mixed emotions that we announce the retirement of Orthopedic ONE physician, Nancy Vaughan, MD. Dr. Vaughan joined the Ohio Orthopedic Center of Excellence more than 12 years ago and has been a beacon of patient centered care. Dr. Vaughan’s last day in office is September 30, 2015.
Local HS Soccer Star on the Mend after ACL Injury
Clear Fork High School's Jordyne Helinski, a two-time, first-team, All-Ohioan, suffered a heartbreaking ACL injury during practice this season. Her operation and recovery is featured in the Mansfield Journal on September 28, 2015.
In the article she shares that she “was given more reassurance from Dr. Peter Edwards, of Orthopedic One in Columbus, who successfully performed the surgery Friday. He’s operated on members of the Columbus Crew as well as scores of college and high school players, and he sat down and gave her the odds of re-injury with the different surgical techniques.”
Orthopedic ONE Welcomes new Sports Medicine Physician, Jeffrey Backes, M.D.
Orthopedic ONE Announces New Grove City Location
Our new GROVE CITY office has everything we need to care for every part of you! In fact, there isn’t one bone, joint or muscle in your body that we didn’t consider. Opening August 11, 2015!
4th Annual Soccer Sports Medicine Symposium - CME Event
Saturday, September 26, 2015 - All Day Event
Registration is now open for the 4th Annual Soccer Sports Medicine Symposium
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Dr. Milan Herceg announced as Health Care Hero finalist
Dr. Milan Herceg was recently named a finalist in central Ohio’s Health Care Heroes award program, organized by Columbus Business First.
Surgeon's Simple Invention Will Help Bring Safety and Efficiency to Extremity Wound Procedures
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Raymond Wurapa partners with Medline to introduce the Limb Basin
Mundelein, Ill., June 12, 2015 – Irrigating a wound is crucial for removing debris and promoting healthy healing. However, the traditional design of basins can create an unstable positioning of the limb, leading to leakage of fluids and an unsafe work environment.
Running - 10 Common Injuries and Prevention Techniques
Running is a great way to keep our bodies in motion and stay fit. It strengthens bones, lowers risk of chronic ailments such as heart disease and diabetes, it increases lung function, burns fat, builds muscles and has even been found to combat depression. These considerable benefits are enough to make anyone want to get out there and pound the pavement! However, it is essential to be informed about the possibility of injuries that can occur at any proficiency or commitment level.
Fortunately there are preventative measures you can take to avoid the pain. The first one: know what type of injuries you can suffer from when you’re logging miles, and steps you can take to keep yourself healthy from these common pains. To help you stay safe and injury-free, we’re now sharing the 10 most common injuries among runners: If you are a runner, or considering taking up running, a review of our “10 Most Common Running Injuries” and exercise examples may mean the difference between running that half marathon this fall – or spending the summer off your feet!
Dr. Vivek Sahai - Named to Columbus 40 Under 40 List!
Dr. Sahai - Named to Columbus 40 Under 40 List!
Dr. Vivek Sahai was recently named one of central Ohio’s Forty Under 40 by Columbus Business First. This is the longest-running award program at Columbus Business First, and each year recognizes forty “movers and shakers” in the area based on career achievements and community service. In its 23rd year, the publication received a record 240 completed applications - and Dr. Sahai was selected as one of the forty!Continue...