Tennis Elbow - Just for Tennis Players?
Tuesday, August 10, 2021
As the summer sports season leads into school fall sports, that elbow pain might be tennis elbow...even if you aren't a tennis player.
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Knee Pain - Symptoms and Non-Surgical / Surgical Treatment Options
Friday, July 30, 2021
Dr. Amelia Wiggins discusses your knee pain and the treatment options to help you regain your quality of life.
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Easing Joint Pain with Your Diet and Activity Levels
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
A change in diet might help make your summer more enjoyable.
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Back and Spine - Your Pain Explained and Treatment Options
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Does your back or spine pain impact your daily life?
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Minimally Invasive Arthroscopy and Hip Replacements.
Thursday, July 1, 2021
Dr. Matthew Grunkemeyer, OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, and Kathy Boehmer, Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer from St. Elizabeth Healthcare, discuss what to can expect with minimally invasive arthroscopy and hip replacements.
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Summer Sports Injuries
Monday, June 21, 2021
Summer sports typically have less athletic training oversight compared to school sports. It's important for parents and players to take steps to prevent injuries as well as be aware of injury signs during summer sports. 
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Prompt Action and Preparedness Saves Lives
Monday, June 21, 2021
Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Young Athletes
The athletes we watch on television, and for that matter our own children for whom we cheer from the sidelines, can often seem invincible. 
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Celebrating Hand Therapy Week
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
OrthoCincy and OrthoCincy Wellington are celebrating Hand Therapy Week and recognizing the benefits of hand therapy.
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Healthy You Report: Robotic-Arm Assisted Knee Surgery
Friday, June 4, 2021
Advances in technology gives people precise outcomes with knee replacement surgery.
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OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Hosting Hiring Event - June 17
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
The largest independent orthopaedic practice in the Tri-State, will host a hiring event on Thursday, June 17, from 6-9 p.m. at their Edgewood office in Northern Kentucky.
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Dr. Wissel Visits Eagle Country 99.3
Friday, May 28, 2021
Dr. Brian Wissel visited Double T (Travis Thayer) with some great sports discussion including Phil Mickelson, Joe Burrow and local athletes.
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OrthoCincy & St. Elizabeth Offering FREE Sports Physicals
Monday, May 24, 2021
A pre-participation sports physical from OrthoCincy & St. Elizabeth is the first step in making sure an athlete is healthy and ready for the upcoming season. 

Click here to find the information and resources regarding this free event.
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Dr. Nicholas Early - Listen to Your Body When Increasing Activities
Thursday, May 13, 2021
As the weather continues to warm, OrthoCincy Wellington specialist Dr. Nicholas Early talks to Liz Bonis about listening to your as many people increase their activity.
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OrthoCincy Lawrenceburg, IN - Jumping at the Chance to Help You
Thursday, May 13, 2021
Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Care in Southeast Indiana
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Healthy Foundation Starts with Bone Health
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
More sit time and less fit time is harmful to your bones.
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Dr. Roman Trimba In Studio on Crunch Time
Monday, April 26, 2021
OrthoCincy spine specialist Dr. Roman Trimba visited with Double T (Travis Thayer) at the Eagle Country studio recently. Listen to the conversation here.
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Common injury reduced with stretching, lower pitch counts
Friday, April 2, 2021
Dr. Michael Greiwe talks to Liz Bonis and offers good advice for young pitchers.
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Newer way to fix your hip pain for faster healing
Thursday, March 25, 2021
If you’re getting into the spring of things and some joint pain is setting you back, orthopedic surgeons said a newer way to fix that pain might get you on your feet fast.

The team at OrthoCincy said this long year where many of us were not as active is now showing up in more complaints of hip pain, leading to the need for hip arthroscopy for many people.
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OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Expands Walk-In Urgent Care Service
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
OrthoCincy adds expands services at two more locations for walk-in urgent care.
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Dr. Ronald Auer Visits Crunch Time
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
OrthoCincy specialist Dr. Ron Auer visited Double T (Travis Thayer) to discuss sports, injury prevention & treatment, plus much more.
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Winter Weather Hits Hard
Friday, February 26, 2021
Winter can take its toll even when you're having fun, and OrthoCincy’s experts are located throughout the Tri-State to help.
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Will Tiger Return to the Top
Friday, February 26, 2021
Dr. Adam Metzler talks with Fox19 about Tiger Woods’ injury and road to recovery.
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Local doctors kept busy treating winter, snow-related injuries
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
All this snow is beautiful -- until you slip and fall. Already there are plenty of reports of winter injuries in the Tri-State.

It took a little while to get the roads clear Tuesday and even longer in some neighborhoods to get sidewalks and parking lots clear. Local doctors said those areas kept them very busy with broken wrists and ankles from slips and falls.
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Healthy You: The pandemic has taken a toll on athletes
Thursday, February 4, 2021
 Super Bowl weekend has many of us thinking of football and local doctors say it’s been a big season for football and other sports injuries.

Dr. James Trevor Stefanski is an orthopedic surgeon at OrthoCincy. He works with several of our local sports teams, including those at Conner High School.
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For Runners With Chronic Ankle Injuries, This Surgery Can Be a Way Back
Friday, January 29, 2021
How education and new technology are empowering perpetually frustrated runners to take back their bodies, and get back to activity faster.
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What’s Happening in Health…OrthoCincy Wellington
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
OrthoCincy, the largest independent orthopaedic practice in the Tri-State, is proud to welcome the physicians from Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, respected leaders in the Cincinnati orthopaedic and sports medicine community for over 50 years. Watch the entire interview by clicking here

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OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Announce Tri-State Partnership
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio (January 14, 2021) – OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, the largest independent orthopaedic practice in the Tri-State, is welcoming the physicians and staff of Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, a Cincinnati sports medicine staple for more than 50 years. The two organizations announced the partnership today, creating a Midwest powerhouse in the orthopaedic and sports medicine landscape.

The partnership will initially operate as OrthoCincy Wellington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at each Ohio location to maximize awareness for patients of both practices. Locations in Kentucky and Indiana will continue to operate as OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine.
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What will it take for Joe Burrow to be in top shape for next season?
Friday, January 8, 2021
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow plans to be back to playing football this year. That’s the latest he is now sharing after a successful knee surgery following an injury several weeks ago that ended his 2020 season.

In his first interview since that knee injury, Burrow told Fox Sports 1 he will be back for the season opener in 2021.
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Putting off care can lead to a lot of complications
Wednesday, December 23, 2020
If you’ve been putting off medical care not related to COVID-19, public health advocates are asking you to reconsider. This could be leading to more of us trying to manage our own pain.

The CDC is warning of a dangerous trend this year. We’re seeing record highs when it comes to overdose deaths. Many addictions to opioids and other substances start innocently, they say. Providers at OrthoCincy remind us that putting off pain can lead to a lot of complications.
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OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine expands care in the Tri-State
Thursday, December 17, 2020
OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine recently opened its ninth Tri-State location in the heart of Kenwood – 8251 Pine Rd, Suite 212, Cincinnati, OH 45236. Although the location is new, it will feature some familiar faces from the area with Dr. J Trevor Stefanski and Dr. Roman Trimba. Dr. Stefanski completed his fellowship in Cincinnati and Dr. Trimba has been with OrthoCincy for over a year, practicing in Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg, Ind.
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Health care providers have a warning about putting off help for pain during pandemic
Monday, December 7, 2020
 A word of caution from local doctors about taking care of you in this pandemic: Many people who delay care due to COVID-19 may be limiting future options.

If you’re putting off a procedure that could help you reduce pain or get back on your feet fast, surgeons at OrthoCincy have a warning about it.


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Telemedicine - Safe. Secure. Simple.
Friday, December 4, 2020
OrthoCincy's telemedicine program is a convenient option to maintain your continuum of care or to schedule your initial visit. These virtual video appointments are safe and secure, and can be performed in the comfort of your home. 
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Ask the Expert: How does robotic knee surgery work?
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
This healthy-at-home holiday season is leading to a big demand for surgeries that people have been putting off during the pandemic.

Those who need joint replacements are not only getting into the operating room, they are getting COVID-safe procedures and some high-tech help.
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What will it take to get Joe Burrow back on the field?
Monday, November 23, 2020
Orthopedic specialists said Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow will have a long road ahead when it comes to rehab after a season-ending knee injury in Sunday’s game between the Bengals and the Washington Football Team.

It was the hit we all heard about during the game. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow tweeted he’s out for the season.
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Health care providers ask people to redirect urgent care out of the hospitals
Thursday, November 19, 2020
As we see COVID-19 cases rise, it's a reminder that we all need to keep the hospital emergency rooms open as much as possible for those who need immediate intervention.

The team at OrthoCincy reminds us that, in some cases, if you have certain types of injuries, such as possible broken bones, sprains or other orthopedic-related injuries, they offer walk-in urgent care.
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Putting off care could be keeping you from finding back pain relief
Friday, November 6, 2020
Orthopedic spine specialists say even in this pandemic, don’t put off care for a real pain in the back.

We all know that in this pandemic it's tough to remind ourselves that other kinds of care are critically important. As one local firefighter said, if you can get the care you need, especially to treat chronic conditions such as back pain, it can change your life.
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OrthoCincy surgeons remind people in pain that delaying care can have long-lasting effects
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
As COVID-19 cases climb, health care providers that perform orthopedic procedures remind all of us that they’re open for business. They don’t want you to delay critical care out of fear of catching the coronavirus.

Lesha Williams had to overcome that fear to get help for horrible neck pain.


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Putting off treatment for injuries can make recovery much more difficult
Friday, October 9, 2020
There’s a warning from orthopedic surgeons: If you’re still putting off care that you need during the pandemic, especially if you’ve had an injury, the team at OrthoCincy says you may notice a tougher time in recovery, especially in those who have upper extremity injuries, such as elbow and shoulder injuries.

Dr. Brandon Kohrs is an orthopedic surgeon at OrthoCincy who specializes in shoulder and elbow surgery. The backlog of COVID-19 delays has put his surgery team in high demand, especially for procedures that involve a part of the shoulder called the rotator cuff.


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Local doctors among the first in the nation using new technology to help treat knee pain
Friday, September 18, 2020
After COVID-19 lockdowns, knee pain is a common complaint as we get back into seasonal sports, or even if you’re a weekend warrior and you injure your knee or need a knee replacement.

Dr. James Stefanski, an orthopedic surgeon at OrthoCincy, is now part of a team there offering high-tech assistance to help repair and replace knee joints. His team is now using a number of things to help you feel better and reduce long-term recovery, including the Mako Robotic-arm assisted technology.
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Local orthopedic team says it's been treating a lot of knee problems
Friday, September 11, 2020
The team at OrthoCincy says with so many of us having been sedentary for months in this pandemic, they are seeing a lot of injuries now as people start to pick up activity levels.

One area especially troublesome for many: knees. Dr. James Stefanski, an orthopedic surgeon, says many people are coming in with tears in their meniscus and overuse injuries.
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OrthoCincy team says vitamin D may help you stay well during pandemic, beyond
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
There are a lot of reasons to have more vitamin D in your diet. In some cases, maybe you even need supplements if your doctor measures your level as low in the blood.

For example, the team at OrthoCincy says they’re seeing a lot of people with injuries returning to activity after this pandemic. Vitamin D plays a huge role in healthy muscles and bones.
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New technology might hold the secret to helping you beat back pain
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
This pandemic is really taking its toll on our backs and spines.

If you’ve been delaying care because you’re concerned about this virus, the team at OrthoCincy reminds us that you might end up doing damage that can’t be repaired. You can safely now get that care and find relief.
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OrthoCincy's Mask for Class program donates over 30,000 masks to local schools
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has launched the Masks for Class outreach program with a commitment to donate over 30,000 washable, reusable cloth masks to help area schools throughout Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana combat COVID-19 for the upcoming school year. As school systems across the country find ways to get masks for their students, OrthoCincy has already delivered nearly 25,000 masks to 23 area schools, and over 6,000 more masks will be delivered to 10 additional schools before classes start.
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OrthoCincy's 'Masks for Class' Program Donates Over 30,000 Masks to Local Schools
Friday, August 7, 2020
Several area schools receive free masks for their student, faculty and staff.
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OrthoCincy Announces New Cincinnati Location & Physicians
Monday, August 3, 2020
Kenwood Says Hello to New Neighbors!
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The risk for upper body injuries is high as kids start getting back into fall sports
Friday, July 31, 2020
The team at OrthoCincy said already this season it's seen an alarming string of injuries coming into its urgent care centers related to sports.

Orthopedic surgeons say the lack of continuous training and perhaps even some starts and stops to team training may be to blame.
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Delaying care can hinder healing when it comes to broken bones
Friday, July 17, 2020
Health care providers are still seeing complications from patients delaying care in this pandemic.

Surgeons at OrthoCincy are still seeing the aftermath of many people putting off important care in this pandemic, sometimes because people are still afraid of going out in this COVID-19 pandemic.



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Healthy You: Don't wait to get orthopaedic care
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Orthopaedic surgeons said if your knee pain has gone from bad to worse in this pandemic, you might want to get in and see if you’re a candidate for a newer procedure before it’s too late.

The team at OrthoCincy says certain therapies are good alternatives to full joint replacement, but only if you don’t wait too long. Dr. John Larkin performs cartilage transplants at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Northern Kentucky.
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Routine care can become urgent if you let it go too long during the pandemic
Friday, June 26, 2020
Many of us are trying to reduce risk for COVID-19 have been staying away from area doctor offices, perhaps even when it’s time to actually get the care we need.

So a word of caution about this, from the team at OrthoCincy, if you have been waiting to see the foot doctor.
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Healthy You: Orthopaedic specialists are ready to see you again
Thursday, June 18, 2020
The team at OrthoCincy is reminding all of us that if you have had a procedure delayed in this pandemic, it may be time for you to reach out to someone if you’re still in pain and haven’t had some pre-surgery appointments scheduled.

Local 12 stopped out to talk to the team at Dr. Jonathan Slaughter’s office. He’s an orthopaedic upper extremity specialist at OrthoCincy.
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Simple solution may be a step away for people suffering from foot, knee pain
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
A lot of people getting off the couch after the coronavirus quarantine appear to be experiencing foot and knee pain as they get back into exercise.

The team at OrthoCincy says for weeks, many of us have been staying off our feet as we stay indoors, and if you’re experiencing foot pain, you may need to see a podiatrist. A new study says foot and knee pain, however, may now be linked to what you’re wearing on your feet.
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With sports on pause, some students lose a key coping mechanism
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Sports medicine specialists said some of the recent spikes in depression and anxiety may be linked to a shut down of our coping mechanisms.

For many student athletes, that means "back in the game" could benefit the body and the brain.
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Student athletes returning to sports may be at higher risk for injury
Monday, May 18, 2020
After weeks of time at home, student athletes returning to summer and fall sports may be at higher risk for injury.

Mason South doesn’t know yet if he’ll even have a football team in a few months for his senior year of high school.
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Elective surgeries open up with a backlog
Monday, May 4, 2020
We know a lot of people have needed elective surgeries for a long time, but what do we do about some of the backlog?

Several months ago when Heather Brown hurt her ankle, a planned trip to Disney World delayed her surgery.
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Steps to take to get ready for elective surgeries as procedures resume
Thursday, April 30, 2020
If you’ve been waiting for surgery, there may be a few things you can do to be ready as soon as things open up.

We’ve been hearing from many of you who are in pain and really do need to get that elective surgery. As outpatient surgery centers begin to open, even if there’s a backlog, there are a few things you can do as this pandemic slows down to set yourself up for success.
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OrthoCincy health care providers have planning teams to get you back soon for surgery
Thursday, April 23, 2020
Elective surgeries are first on the list to be restored as we begin to open the country. But, just how will we get people in pain back on the schedules?

Most are using a team approach and assigning importance based on medical needs. Providers have “restoration teams” carefully looking at getting patients back in for elective procedures. For those waiting, of course, this can’t come soon enough.

“A lot of times people waiting for surgery have pain,” said Dr. Bruce Holladay, a shoulder specialist with OrthoCincy.
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OrthoCincy urgent cares offer alternatives to emergency room for some types of care
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Many of us are trying to avoid going to the emergency room right now. You may have not realized there’s an alternative for some accidents, injuries and broken bones.

The team at OrthoCincy has urgent care centers that are open most days of the week.
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OrthoCincy Telemedicine Video Visits
Sunday, March 29, 2020
OrthoCincy believes orthopaedic care should be safe, secure and simple when patients need it most – especially in times like these.  Learn more.

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OrthoCincy team says people don't realize they have bone loss
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Winter weather is already raising the risk for slips, falls and broken bones, but what if your bones are breaking, and you didn't fall?
The team at OrthoCincy now has Urgent Care for broken bones, and in the wintry kind of weather they do report an uptick in people who commonly break ankles and wrists when it gets icy.
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OrthoCincy bone specialist says high-dose vitamin D may not help if it's not needed
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
 A new study has a word of caution about a common supplement many of us take to build better bones.
This new study takes a common look at high-dose vitamin D. It's used now for fighting many health problems, but when it comes to your bones, the team at OrthoCincy says to find out if you need it before you take it.
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Study looks at impact of ice baths on the muscles of athletes as they recover
Monday, December 9, 2019
Dr. Nicholas Gates interviews with Liz Bonis at Local12 about the impact of ice baths on the muscles of athletes as they recover. 
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Happy Halloween 2019
Thursday, October 31, 2019
Physicians and staff dressed up for Halloween 2019! 
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New procedure helps athletes avoid a season-ending injury
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Dr. Nicholas Gates, foot and ankle surgeon, interviewed with Liz Bonis at Local12 about a new ankle procedure. 
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Study finds doctors are seeing younger people with weak bones
Monday, October 28, 2019
Dr. Howard Schertzinger interviewed with Liz Bonis at Local 12 about weak bones.
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Understanding Arthritis
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Understanding Arthritis  
If you have joint pain, stiffness, swelling, redness, and lessening mobility, you may have arthritis. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have designated May as National Arthritis Month and they tell us that if you’re suffering from these symptoms, you’re in good company. Doctors have diagnosed 54 million Americans with this disease. By 2040 that number will grow to 78 million people.


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Area sports medicine specialists seeing jump in number of athletic injuries
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Dr. Adam Metzler interviewed with Liz Bonis at Local12 News about the jump in athletic injuries this time of the year. 
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OrthoCincy Employee Appreciation Night 2019!
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
 OrthoCincy Employee Appreciation Night 2019!   We had a wonderful evening at the Hotel Covington celebrating many of the OrthoCincy family who reached milestones in their employment and contribution.
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Plantar fasciitis: One of the most common causes of foot pain
Friday, September 20, 2019
Plantar fasciitis affects nearly 2 million people in the United States alone, and it doesn’t discriminate. The condition, which produces pain on the bottom of the foot, plagues athletes and non-athletes alike.mmm
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Dr. Due Welcomes Inaugural Class for University of Kentucky College of Medicine’s Northern Kentucky Campus
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Dr. Due Welcomes Inaugural Class for University of Kentucky College of Medicine’s Northern Kentucky Campus.
The White Coat Ceremony celebrates the beginning of medical training.
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Dr. Grunkemeyer at Beechwood
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Dr. Grunkemeyer stopped by Beechwood to offer constructive feedback to their 8th grade seminar classes. They are rethinking medical devices that are implanted through surgical procedures.
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2019 Tunnel to Towers
Monday, September 16, 2019
OrthoCincy was proud to sponsor the 2019 Tunnel to Towers 5k in Crescent Springs, KY. 
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Dr. Gates Recognized for his dedication to Fort Thomas Junior Football
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Dr. Gates Recognized for his dedication to Fort Thomas Junior Football
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Man hurt in car crash now pain-free after knee cartilage transplant
Thursday, September 5, 2019
Dr. John Larkin interviews with Liz Bonis at Local12 News about Knee Cartilage transplant. 
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OrthoCincy helps mentor next generation of doctors
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
The team at OrthoCincy recently stepped up to help a student from Princeton High School learn more about her future goals. Local 12 first met Tatiana, a student at Princeton High School, at the American Heart Association's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Goes Red event at the Cintas Center.
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Types of Exercises
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
While any and all types of exercise are beneficial to one’s health, the best workout regimens incorporate different types of exercise. Exercise is categorized into four primary types and each emphasizes a different element of physical fitness.Aerobic (a.k.a. cardio) helps give your heart and lungs a good workout.
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New Surgical Table
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Dr. Matthew Grunkemeyer is using a new surgical table called the Pivot Guardian Distraction System.
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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) - Matthew T. DesJardins, M.D.
Friday, August 23, 2019
In this one-minute video, Dr. Matt DesJardins explains the use of Platelet-Rich Plasma (or PRP) in sports medicine. Dr. DesJardins is a sports medicine and spine physician with OrthoCincy.
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ACL Injury - Adam Metzler M.D.
Friday, August 23, 2019
In this one-minute video, Dr. Adam Metzler discusses what an ACL injury is, how it can occur, and he shares treatment options. Dr. Metzler is a board-certified knee, shoulder, and sports medicine physician with OrthoCincy. 
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  Dr. Auer is the BEST! He is honest, caring and funny. He repaired my destroyed ligament and shaved down a bone tumor. He always listens and understands me and my concerns. Amazing doctor!   Deidre
Female Athletic Injuries - Dr. Rebecca Popham
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Dr. Rebecca Popham at OrthoCincy explains Female Athletic Injuries in this short 1 minute video!
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Shoulder Arthritis - R. Michael Greiwe, M.D.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
In this one-minute video, Dr. Michael Greiwe discusses what Shoulder Arthritis is, along with several treatment options. Dr. Greiwe is a board-certified shoulder, elbow, and sports medicine physician with OrthoCincy.
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  Thank you, OrthoCincy, your excellent care and OUTSTANDING physical therapy from Kristen Petrosky, I now have 100 percent use of my wrist can play golf, swim and ride my bike again with no pain.   Patricia
Cartilage Transplantation - Dr. John Larkin
Monday, August 19, 2019
Dr. John Larkin at OrthoCincy explains Cartilage Transplantation in this short 1 minute video.
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Local doctor recommends rest, ice & OTC medication to ease bursitis pain
Monday, August 19, 2019
Dr. Ron Auer interviewed with Liz Bonis at Local 12 News about easing Bursitis Pain. 
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  I’ve been going to what is now OrthoCincy and Dr Langenderfer for over 10 years. What is so meaningful to me is when I ‘m in a lot of pain if doesn’t take weeks to get in to see someone like so many other doctor offices.   Karen
  I saw Dr. Grime at Orthocincy Urgent Care. He thoroughly listened to me explain my injury and we discussed various treatment options. He was absolutely great. I would highly recommend seeing him! He took the time to answer my questions and didn't rush.   Pam
  Awesome service, never waited, diagnosed the problem in minutes and provided a solution I was comfortable with. Wonderful experience   Phil
  Best Doctor in town for any foot or knee issues. Office and staff are great and the facilities convenient, clean, with, locations all over the Tri-State .   John
Sandra
Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Thank you Dr Grunkemeyer for getting me ready for my stay in Australia!
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Joint Replacement - Jonathon Spanyer
Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Dr. Jonathon Spanyer at OrthoCincy explains Joint Replacement in a short 1 minute video.
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  The experience was top notch! From start to finish everyone was kind, helpful, informative and completely grounded. Dr Sammarco was genuine and made decisions based on our lifestyle and my son’s personality. The physical therapist my son is seeing is so nice! Great people and a great facility!   Angela
Carpal Tunnel - Dr. Jonathan Slaughter
Monday, August 5, 2019
Dr. Jonathan Slaughter at OrthoCincy talks about Carpal Tunnel in this short 1 minute video.
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Back and Neck Pain Procedures - Dr. John Jacquemin
Monday, August 5, 2019
Dr. John Jacquemin at OrthoCincy explains Back and Neck Pain Procedures in this short 1 minute video!
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  The experience was top notch! From start to finish everyone was kind, helpful, informative and completely grounded. Dr Sammarco was genuine and made decisions based on our lifestyle and my son’s personality. The physical therapist my son is seeing is so nice! Great people and a great facility!   Angela
Specialized Care for Dancers
Thursday, July 11, 2019
When classical, competition and team dancers get hurt, they are more likely to push through pain than other athletes. Such reluctance to seek help is due to several unique factors, yet all of these challenges are addressed by the health care offered by orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist Nicholas T. Gates, M.D.
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Innovative Custom Knee Replacement
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Just as an off-the-rack shirt will never fit the same way on any two people, one standard replacement knee joint won’t fit two patients’ knees in exactly the same way, either. OrthoCincy surgeon Michael Swank, M.D., has helped to solve this problem by developing custom joint replacement surgery that can help patients recover faster and go back to regular activities sooner after a total knee replacement.
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  Dr. Jacquemin was very explanatory and patient. He told me our initial plan and each plan afterward if the initial plan didn't work. Not many doctors take their time to show you where your problem is and explain it to patients. I really loved that!!   Renee
Breakthrough in the Treatment of Charcot Foot Disease
Thursday, July 11, 2019
OrthoCincy Physician Vincent J. Sammarco, M.D., has pioneered a breakthrough in the surgical treatment of Charcot Foot Disease that could result in dramatic increases in limb salvage for patients with foot deformities after suffering from neuropathy (loss of feeling).
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New Surgical Table
Monday, July 8, 2019
Dr. Matthew Grunkemeyer is using a new surgical table called the Pivot Guardian Distraction System. This surgical table is designed to minimize complications patients may experience after hip arthroscopy and improve the surgeon’s ability to access the injured hip.
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Providing Relief for Neck and Back Pain
Monday, July 8, 2019
The National Institutes of Health estimates that 80 percent of Americans will suffer from low back pain at some point in their lives. With at least a half dozen providers dedicated to helping patients with back and neck pain, OrthoCincy offers some of the most comprehensive treatment options in the area to ease the discomfort of spinal issues.
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Limiting pitches could reduce risk of Little League elbow
Friday, April 26, 2019
Dr. Greiwe interviews with Liz Bonis at Local12 about limiting pitches helping reduce the risk of Little League Elbow. 
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Toe implant is designed to reduce pain and allow movement
Friday, February 1, 2019
Dr. Nicholas Gates discusses a toe implant designed to reduce pain and enhance movement. 
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Staff's Holiday Office Decorations
Friday, December 21, 2018
OrthoCincy Business office decorated their office spaces for the Holidays!
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Halloween 2018
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
OrthoCincy employees Halloween costumes 2018
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Providing Relief for Neck and Back Pain
Saturday, October 6, 2018
The National Institutes of Health estimates that 80 percent of Americans will suffer from low back pain at some point in their lives. With at least a half dozen providers dedicated to helping patients with back and neck pain, OrthoCincy offers some of the most comprehensive treatment options in the area to ease the discomfort of spinal issues.
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Specialized Care for Dancers
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
When classical, competition and team dancers get hurt, they are more likely to push through pain than other athletes. Such reluctance to seek help is due to several unique factors, yet all of these challenges are addressed by the health care offered by orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist Nicholas T. Gates, M.D.
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Walk to Cure Arthritis 2018
Monday, May 21, 2018
OrthoCincy Walk to Cure Arthritis 2018
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The Importance of Physical Therapy
Friday, October 6, 2017
Regaining normal movement and strength after surgery is a process that begins with physical therapy. Following surgery, patients may be hampered by pain, swelling, and stiffness. Therapy guides them back to normal activity without damaging the surgically repaired area. It’s an essential step in the recovery period.
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