News and Events
Dr. Huber Announces His Retirement
A letter from Dr. David Huber
It is with mixed emotions that I officially announce my retirement from active patient care as of December 31, 2019. Aside from fatherhood, being an orthopedic surgeon has been the most rewarding measure of my life. After 39 years of caring for patients it is simply time for me to explore new endeavors. It has been an honor to have cared for you – I will miss my patients most of all.
Orthopedic ONE Voted #1 CBUS Top Pick for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 2019
The Columbus Dispatch recently asked the central Ohio community to vote for their favorite local businesses to be named a 2019 CBUS Top Pick. To be the #1 CBUS Top Pick means people recognize and trust Orthopedic ONE as the go-to for Orthopedic and Sports Medicine care in town - And with more than 409,000 total votes cast, we are so grateful for the ringing endorsement.
Congratulations to our physicians and staff, it is because of your dedication to patient care that Orthopedic ONE took top honors in both categories for the fourth year in a row. Your commitment to putting the patient first is the reason more people trust Orthopedic ONE to provide musculoskeletal care than any other practice in the central Ohio area.Continue...
From the North Pole to Orthopedic ONE: Santa Robert's Story
You can imagine the surprise when none other than the big, jolly guy himself came into Orthopedic ONE for an appointment with our Dr. David Robie. It turns out all those years of toting heavy sacks of toys, scaling chimneys, and balancing kiddos on his lap had taken a toll and Santa was in desperate need of a knee replacement.
He didn’t cry. He didn’t pout. Santa Robert knew just where to go. The team at Orthopedic ONE got him in quickly and scheduled his surgery within a month. Post-surgery, he’s been working hard with the therapy team to ensure he’s ready for the busy months ahead! In fact, he kicked off the season November 15 at Delaware’s Fantasy of Lights event - and “felt great!”
‘Tis the season for overindulges…but you don’t have to! It IS possible to enjoy your favorite holiday foods without going overboard. Check out the tips below and learn how to eat well and be well this holiday season!Continue...
Want to learn the proper way to jump to improve performance and avoid injury? Check out the video and the Jumping Mechanics Checklist below!
Staying Atop the Ladder
Now that everyone has had ample opportunity to let the Thanksgiving feast digest, it is time to get those holiday decorations out of the attic and out on display! As you get ready to hang the holiday lights and trim the tree, don’t forget to examine the most important piece of equipment needed to perform these tasks safely…your ladder!
According to the World Health Organization, “the United States leads the world in ladder deaths. Each year, there are more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries and 300 deaths in the U.S. that are caused by falls from ladders.” Another shocking fact is that, “most ladder deaths are from falls 10 feet or less”. To prevent any such injury or catastrophic event, please keep these following safety guidelines in mind!
DON’T GET “BURNED” THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year full of family, friends and of course, food! Regardless of how you decide to prepare your turkey for the big feast, make sure to take the proper precautions to prevent any unnecessary emergencies.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, “Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and injuries.” Specifically, leaving the kitchen unattended while cooking. In fact, fire departments respond to an average of 166,000 home fires per year involving cooking equipment.
We're more than physicians...Meet Dr. Adam Martin.
At Orthopedic ONE, we're more than physicians. Like you, we are spouses, parents, runners, golfers, sports fans and much, much more. Get to know central Ohio’s most trusted team of orthopedic experts.
Meet Dr. Adam Martin. Fellowship-trained Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon. Family Man. And Athlete.Continue...
Flu Prevention Tips
As the temperatures get colder and the holiday season approaches, we tend to congregate indoors more frequently, making it easy for germs to pass from one person to another. Keep these tips in mind to reduce your chances of kicking off the holiday season with the flu.Continue...
Dr. Tom Ellis talks Tua Tagovailoa’s injury on 97.1 The Fan's Carpenter and Rothman
Dr. Tom Ellis joined 97.1 The Fan's Carpenter and Rothman radio team to offer some expert commentary on Tua Tagovailoa’s hip injury and recent surgery, and prospects for his return to play. Listen to the full segment here.