Healthcare Services and Programs
Our nationally recognized orthopedic programs offer advanced treatment plans for a range of conditions, from simple fractures to total joint replacements, from sports injuries to management of musculoskeletal diseases. You can turn to our comprehensive team of specialists to help you get moving again.
OhioHealth offers a wide range of orthopedic classes to help you learn more about conditions you’re experiencing and procedures available to treat joint and muscular pain. All classes are led by a physician expert and are free to attend. Classes are added regularly, so check back often.
Healing your Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis) - Pickerington
If you experience heel or arch pain that is dull, achy or throbbing, if you've had heel spurs, or if you experience extreme pain taking the first few steps in the morning, attend this free seminar where Dr. Holmes, an experienced podiatric surgeon, will talk to you about heel pain and plantar fasciitis. You'll learn about what causes your heel pain, the different treatments for plantar fasciitis and heel pain, and understand the common surgeries performed for plantar fasciitis and how they work. *Light refreshments and bottled water will be provided.
Location: OhioHealth Pickerington Medical Campus
Register by Phone: (614) 4-HEALTH
July 13 W 6:30 - 8 p.m. FREE
Many orthopedic problems can be treated successfully without surgery. Our team of experts will work closely with you to provide the non-surgical options that meet the needs of your individual condition. Here are some of the options we offer, with more options offered on individual orthopedic pages.
OhioHealth Orthopedic Physical and Occupational Therapy staff work with patients of all ages to reduce pain, increase function and return them to an active lifestyle. Our comprehensive program includes treatment for a range of conditions, with a specialization in upper and lower extremities, spine and sports medicine. Learn more about this option.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a non-surgical treatment in which blood plasma with concentrated platelets, bioactive proteins and other growth factors are injected into an injury to stimulate the healing process. These bioactive proteins initiate healing in connective tissues such as in the knees and shoulders, as well as initiate repair of bone and cartilage. Merging cutting-edge technology with the body's natural ability to heal itself, PRP therapy is a great treatment option for soft-tissue injuries and arthritis.
Fluoroscopically Guided Injection
Injections to the vertebrae are used to treat leg pain caused by irritation to the spinal nerves. It reduces inflammation and blocks pain to allow the body to begin the process of healing itself. It also provides accurate diagnosis of the source of the pain.
When Surgery Is Necessary
Our surgeons look at you as an individual, talk with you about your life and then provide surgical options. We help you understand when surgery is truly necessary and present you with options so you can make the most informed decision possible. Our orthopedic surgeons offer a range of expertise across a number of specialties including foot and ankle, shoulder and hip. From minimally invasive surgery to total joint replacement, we have the most experience in orthopedic surgery and provide care close to home at all our OhioHealth hospitals and outpatient facilities. Here’s a look at some of our more innovative procedures.
Hand and Microsurgery
Advances in microsurgery have made it possible for surgeons to reattach severed limbs using a high-powered operating microscope, microsutures and special surgical techniques. This allows our surgeons to not only reattach severed parts, but also repair the tiny blood vessels and nerves needed to recover use of the reattached finger, hand or arm. Learn more about our hand and microsurgery services.
MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing
MAKOplasty partial knee resurfacing makes surgery a more palatable option for patients who have been reluctant to pursue traditional knee surgeries that often require months of recovery. It's a less invasive treatment option than total knee replacement and allows surgeons to treat knee osteoarthritis at earlier stages. Learn more about this procedure.
The OhioHealth Sports Medicine Institute is a team of medical professionals that can treat anyone from the active adult to the accomplished athlete. There are more than 30 athletic trainers, more than 30 physicians board-certified in sports medicine and rehabilitation and physical therapy specialists on the team.
Learn more about sports medicine at OhioHealth.
Our team of experts work together to create the appropriate treatment plan that helps get you back to where you need to be. Our rehabilitation staff works closely with physicians and athletic trainers to provide you with the right care, when and where you need it.
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Through a flexible and easy-on-joints water therapy program, our skilled therapists prepare patients to return to land-based activities by reducing pain and unloading joints. This program helps to reduce the amount of therapy needed, allowing patients to get back to their regular lives as soon as is safely possible. Learn more.
Our specialized hand therapy begins within days of injury or surgery and continues until patients have returned to function and a productive lifestyle. We address injuries and conditions of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Learn more.
Orthopedic Physical & Occupational Therapy
Our Orthopedic Physical and Occupational Therapy (PT & OT) staff work with patients of all ages to reduce pain, increase function and return them to an active lifestyle. Our comprehensive program includes treatment for a range of conditions, with a specialization in upper and lower extremities, spine and sports medicine. Learn more.