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Brian Tscholl, M.D.

I find great fulfillment out of helping patients get back on their feet and back to enjoying life...that's what gives me joy.

Dr. Brian Tscholl is an orthopedic surgeon with fellowship training in Foot and Ankle Surgery. An Ohio native, coming from the Canton area, he completed medical school at The Ohio State University. Dr. Tscholl went on to complete a specialized "fellowship" training program in Foot and Ankle surgery in Baltimore Maryland at Union Memorial Hospital.

Dr. Tscholl is highly trained in the surgical treatment of orthopedic conditions of the foot and ankle. As a runner himself, Dr. Tscholl shares a passion for other runners. He adds, I find great enjoyment out of helping a patient get back on their feet and back to enjoying their life, whether that's someone pursuing athletic activity or just wanting to enjoy the ability to walk pain free…that's what gives me joy."

Energetic and enthusiastic, in his free time he enjoys running half marathons, and relay races, and especially reuniting with his fellow cross country buddies from college. When he's not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 young daughters.

Surgical procedures include:

  • Ankle Arthroscopy
  • Ligament and Tendon Repair
  • Diabetic Foot Reconstruction
  • Total Ankle Replacement Surgery
  • Arthritis Reconstruction and Fusion
  • Bunion and Hammer Toe
  • Flat Foot Correction
  • Fracture Care


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  • 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.

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  • Foot and Ankle Care - Finding the Right Specialist

    On average, Americans take 7,500 steps per day (or more if you’re active). This places an enormous amount of stress on our feet and ankles. It’s no surprise then that many of us experience some type of foot or ankle injury in our lifetime – ranging from bunions to heel pain to complex fractures.

    According to the AOFAS, there are 26 bones and 33 joints in the human foot and ankle, and the height of arches and the shape of the toes vary from person to person. There are many things we can do to keep our feet healthy, but when foot and ankle conditions arise or injuries occur, it’s helpful to understand your options and seek out a physician with the background and experience to provide you with the best care possible.

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More About Dr. Tscholl

  • Riverside Methodist Hospital
  • Dublin Methodist Hospital
Medical School:
The Ohio State University
Fellowship Training:
Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
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