News and Events
Dr. Brian Davison talks pediatric bone care in Healthy New Albany Magazine
Columbus Dispatch reporter blogs about therapy experience at Orthopedic ONE
Steve's superhero/action movie
By Steve Wartenberg, Columbus Dispatch
So many people have asked me about my rehab and physical therapy, and how I’m doing, that I thought it would be easier to show a video.
And by “so many people,” I mean four, three if you don’t include my mom.
So click here, and watch me go through the paces during one of my twice-weekly PT sessions.
Local amputee firefighter and Orthopedic ONE patient talks to This Week News about Arnold Classic experience
By Marla Kuhlman, This Week News
Mifflin Township firefighter Anthony Torres participated at the Arnold Sports Festival with a team called Some Assembly Required, but he gave his all with fellow amputee teammates in a CrossFit competition.Continue...
NBC's Friday Night Sports Show features O1 patient with plans to compete with all-amputee CrossFit team at Arnold Classic
Orthopedic ONE patient Anthony Torres competes in all-amputee CrossFit team at Arnold Classic. Watch the segment on NBC.
10TV's Side Roads of Central Ohio talks to O1 patient with plans to compete with all-amputee CrossFit team at Arnold ClassicContinue...
Orthopedic ONE Hilliard Welcomes Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician, EMG and Fluoroscopy Services
Now Available at Orthopedic ONE Hilliard: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialist, EMG and Fluoroscopy ServicesContinue...
Orthopedic ONE’s Gahanna/Reynoldsburg Office Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award
Orthopedic ONE's Gahanna/Reynoldsburg was named a 2013 recipient of the Angie's List Super Service Award, which honors excellence among service and health providers who maintain superior service ratings and reviews on Angie's List throughout the year.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE announces 5th Annual Spirit Sprint 5k Run/Walk to be held May 4, 2014
5th Annual Spirit Sprint 5k Run/Walk
The Spirit Sprint 5k Run/Walk is now in its fifth year! To date, this event has raised more than $41,000 in support of athletic and extracurricular programming at participating schools. Last year, the Groveport Madison Cruisers walked away with $10,000 in support of their athletic program. The Gahanna-Lincoln Lions earned $5,000, which they used to offset participation fees for both the girls’ and boys’ cross country teams.Continue...
HEAT ILLNESS IN ATHLETES INCREASES DURING WARM-WEATHER TRAINING MONTHS
Being aware of ways to prevent heat illness may help keep you in the game
By Peter H. Edwards, Jr., M.D.
As training for the fall soccer season heats up and hot temperatures continue, coaches, parents and players should remember the basics of temperature related illness. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are serious medical conditions resulting from the body’s inability to cool itself and maintain fluids. Risks factors for heat illness include both elevated humidity and temperature. Compared to adults, young soccer players are at increased risk of temperature related illness because they sweat less than adults and, consequently, are less able to cool their bodies.Continue...