Orthopedic Surgeons | Orthopedic Associates

We are the Region's Leader in Orthopedic Care.

Orthopedic Associates is the Region’s Leader in comprehensive orthopedic care, sports medicine and reconstructive surgery. We deliver compassionate, expert care for the full spectrum of orthopedic conditions. Our providers and surgeons are recognized throughout the nation as leaders in the treatment of injuries, diseases, and conditions of bones and joints. Founded in 1985, we are celebrating our 35th year of patients placing their trust in our care of the hand & upper extremities, spine (back & neck), elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, and foot & ankle. We’re everywhere you need us, with 11 office locations throughout western Ohio.

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Frequently Asked Questions about FMLA

Frequently Asked Questions about FMLA

FMLA stands for the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. A U.S. FMLA entitles up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for y…

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Robotic Joint Replacement - Common Questions

Robotic Joint Replacement - Common Questions

The robot, in its simplest form, is a highly accurate tool, used by the surgeon to create very precise cuts and mea…

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New Year, New Beginnings

New Year, New Beginnings

Orthopedic Associates’, Dr. Atiba Jackson, took some time to speak about some tips and precautions to take with a…

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DME and how it can enhance Orthopedic Care

DME and how it can enhance Orthopedic Care

DME stands for durable medical equipment which is a collection of medical equipment that help people with specific …

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Where are you experiencing pain?

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Neck (Spine)

The neck and back are the body’s most common sources of pain

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Shoulder

The shoulder is comprised of the clavicle (collarbone), scapula (shoulder blade), and humerus (upper arm bone), as well as many muscles, ligaments, and tendons. We utilize our shoulders for lifting, pushing, and pulling.

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Back (Spine)

The neck and back are the body’s most common sources of pain

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Elbow

The elbow is especially susceptible to stress injuries either acutely, as the result of a specific one-time injury, or over time as the result of overuse and repetitive injuries.

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Wrist

The wrist joint is used in many day-to-day activities. Sports, such as golf and tennis, can put extreme stress on the wrist.

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Foot

Some foot and ankle problems are inherited but many stem from a lifetime of accumulated abuse and neglect, such as wearing improper shoes or failing to seek early medical attention for injuries.

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Hip

From seniors to young athletes, people of varying ages and lifestyles are susceptible to hip problems.

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Knee

The knee a hinge that gives your body strength to run, squat, jump and turn. Because it cannot rotate in every direction, the knee is vulnerable to a number of injuries and conditions.

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Ankle

Some foot and ankle problems are inherited but many stem from a lifetime of accumulated abuse and neglect, such as wearing improper shoes or failing to seek early medical attention for injuries.

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