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Orthopedic ONE affords me the greatest opportunity to pursue my passion for treating athletes in all phases of life.
Dr. Wroble graduated with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry for Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, where he also played varsity football. He has a master's degree in organic chemistry from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Previously, Dr. Wroble has served as team orthopedic surgeon for the Columbus Blue Jackets, the two-time American Basketball League Champions Columbus Quest, the Columbus Xoggz (U.S. International Soccer League), and the Columbus Chill.
Dr. Wroble has received numerous accolades for his work and dedication to high school, collegiate and professional sports, including the 2013 Greg Brooks Award. Dr. Wroble was also named 2013 "Top Doc" in sports medicine by U.S. News and World Report and has been included in the America’s Top Doctors® list published by Columbus Monthly, in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Dr. Wroble specializes in knee and shoulder problems with a special emphasis on sports injuries. He commonly performs:
Additionally, Dr. Wroble offers advanced options such as partial knee replacement surgery.
Dr. Randall R. Wroble is well known for his dedication to the sports medicine community in central Ohio and beyond. When asked to describe his time specifically with Grove City High School, he says "When I moved to Columbus in 1992, I wanted to work with high school teams. It turned out that my partner went to school with Grove City's head football coach and since Grove city had no doctor, they invited me to take the job. That year, I stood on the sidelines with a very young athletic trainer, Larry Sutton, and immediately developed a strong professional bond and close friendship with him.
At the same time, the coaches, administrators, athletes and parents of Grove City all made me feel at home from the first day. We've been together now for 22 years--on cold rainy night and in hot crowded gyms. I have thoroughly enjoyed helping athletes through their injuries, both minor and major. It's been such a rewarding part of my life to be a member of the Grove City family.
I am constantly reminded of what Winston Churchill said "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
Dr. Wroble currently serves as chairman of the Ohio State Medical Association Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine; chairman of the Sports Medicine Committee of the Columbus Medical Association; and member of the Ohio Athletic Training Association’s Physician Advisory Group.
He also serves as team physician for the Otterbein University Wrestling program.
To view Dr. Wroble's presentation from the 2019 Orthopedic ONE Sports Medicine Symposium, click here.
To view videos about the Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted procedures Dr. Wroble performs, click the Patient Education tab.