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Tammy | Total Knee Replacement

Tammy | Knee | General Orthopedics

Orthopedic ONE patient, Tammy Zimmerman talks about living with rheumatoid arthritis and the damage the disease took on her joints, and her life. Tammy underwent bilateral knee replacement and shares moments from her journey pre and post surgery.

“I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis when I was 29. A few years into wrestling with the condition, I sustained severe damage to both knee joints. I couldn’t straighten my legs. I was lucky to have had Orthopedic ONE take me through my surgery. Now,
I can hop out of bed in the morning and pick up my three-year-old and swing her around. I’m so grateful to everyone at Orthopedic ONE for changing my life.”

Pam | Knee

On August 11th, I was working in the yard and believe that was when I tore my meniscus. I saw Dr. Huber a few days later and explained that my symptoms were similar to when I had previously torn the meniscus in my right knee. I also advised that I was excited about an upcoming cruise I have planned for later this fall. 

Dr. Huber recommended an MRI, we reviewed it in his office a few days later, and booked surgery for the end of that week.

 I'm pleased to say that he did a great job and I am recuperating nicely. I want to thank Dr. Huber and his team for being so quick to help me get better so I can enjoy my cruise! 

Anonymous | Foot & Ankle

I suffered from terrible plantar fasciitis for 10 years. I had seen four different doctors and nothing helped, not even multiple orthotics . 

I finally made an appointment with Dr. Brian Tscholl. I explained my symptoms, and was delighted when he said,“That’s no problem, I can cure it with one simple exercise." He was right! Within two weeks the pain was gone and has not returned. 

Thanks Dr. Tscholl!

Jane | Hip | Knee

Without Dr. Politi, I wouldn't have been able to keep walking or finish my teaching career. Now I am enjoying a successful retirement, and am still able to get around fairly well and have very little pain. I'm living a good life thanks to you! 

Thank you so much!

Jack | Neck & Spine Surgery

When I began seeing Dr. David Hannallah to address my back pain, he first recommended continuing with Ibuprofen, physical therapy and steroid shots, and then as a last choice, discussing surgery, which was expected to provide a 40-60% chance of improvement. 

We tried the conservative approach and I still had not gotten the relief I needed. So one year later, on 7/3/18, Dr. Hannallah performed a lumbar laminectomy. Today, almost a month later, I feel and perform better than one year ago when I first met him.

I have had some kind of back issue most of my life, but I never considered surgery until this year. I'm so grateful for the quick recovery and the continuing improvement in my life and in my flexibility. I also appreciate his conservative and thorough instructions that I try non-surgical options first. He is the best! I can see why he has been named one of the best surgeons for back issues in central Ohio per Columbus Monthly. 

Thank You, Dr. Hannallah for giving me a new life!

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