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Scott Van Aman, M.D.

“Sometimes the questions are complicated, the answers are simple!” - Dr. Seuss

Dr. Scott Van Aman is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. His practice focuses on arthritis, athletic injuries, diabetic complications, fractures, neuromuscular disorders, and acquired deformity of the foot and ankle.

Dr. Van Aman completed medical school and residency at The Ohio State University and continued his training with a fellowship at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland where he helped provide foot and ankle care for the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles. Dr. Van Aman is active in ongoing research to advance the field of foot and ankle surgery.

He and his wife Debbie have two sons, Charlie and Jack.

Dr. Van Aman offers specialized expert care in the following areas:

  • Ankle Arthroscopy
  • Ligament and Tendon Repair
  • Arthritis Reconstruction & Fusion
  • Bunion and Hammer Toe
  • Flat Foot Correction
  • Fracture Care
  • To view Dr. Van Aman's presentation from the 2019 Orthopedic ONE Sports Medicine Symposium, click here. 


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    • Peter

      I was referred to Dr. Van Aman by my primary care physician, after delaying foot surgery for nearly two years. Dr. Van Aman viewed my X-ray and explained my need to move forward with surgery, in order to minimi... Read More
    • Carlene

      Earlier this year, Dr. Van Aman repaired my peritoneal tendon and arch. He and Courtney were very attentive and compassionate from the first visit until the final visit. They explained everything and I felt tot... Read More
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      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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    • Dr. Scott Van Aman discusses Celtics' Gordon Hayward's gruesome ankle injury on 105.7 The Zone

      The NBA's Cavs and Celtics opener on Tuesday night brought a win for Cleveland, but the Celtics' Gordon Hayward suffered a terrible ankle injury. For many, it was hard to watch. Dr. Scott Van Aman was on air this morning with Spielman and Hooley at 105.7 The Zone to discuss what happened and what Hayward's recovery may look like. Listen here.

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      In case you missed it, Fox 28's Cameron Fontana spent the afternoon with Dr. Scott Van Aman and Orthopedic ONE patient Anthony Torres. Check out the full clip here.

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    More About Dr. Van Aman

    • Riverside Methodist Hospital
    • Ohio Orthopedic Surgery Institute
    • Dublin Methodist Hospital
    • Grant Medical Center
    Medical Degree:
    The Ohio State University
    The Ohio State University
    Union Memorial Hospital fellowship training program; foot and ankle surgery, Baltimore Maryland
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