Monday, August 3, 2020
EDGEWOOD, KY - OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
will open its newest Ohio location in Kenwood beginning Tuesday, August 4, 2020
– 8251 Pine Rd, Suite 212, Cincinnati, OH 45236. OrthoCincy will now have nine
locations throughout the Tri-State with the opening of this clinic.
The Kenwood office will feature a 5,400 square foot clinic
with 11 patient rooms, casting bays and an X-ray suite. J. Trevor Stefanski,
MD, Roman Trimba, MD and Brandon J. Kohrs, DO, along with experienced clinical
staff will provide comprehensive orthopaedic care and sports medicine services
from this location. New patient appointments are now being accepted, and walk-in patients are
welcome as well.
In recent years, consolidation has occurred across
healthcare, with many independent practices being absorbed by equity firms and
health systems. This has left patients faced with limited choices paired with
costly care. OrthoCincy remains locally owned by physicians who have a
vision of growth, while remaining dedicated to providing patients affordable
orthopaedic and sports medicine care at a wide range of conveniently located
“The Kenwood site provides an excellent opportunity to expand
our presence and provide convenient access in Greater Cincinnati,” said JoAnn
Reis, CEO of OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. “As a truly
independent medical practice, this addition presents OrthoCincy with a great
opportunity to work closely with a variety of health networks to provide
outstanding medical care.”
Although the location is new, it will feature some familiar
faces from the area with Dr. Trevor Stefanski, Dr. Roman Trimba and Dr. Brandon
Meet the Doctors
J. Trevor Stefanski, MD, earned his
medical degree from the University of South Florida, and received the Merck
Award for Academic Excellence – given to the top three students in the class
upon graduation. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Virginia
Commonwealth University and fellowship training in treatment of complex knee
and shoulder conditions at Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center.
He is a member of several professional associations,
including American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Medical
Association, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and a candidate member of the
American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.
Dr. Stefanski specializes in hip, knee, shoulder and elbow
surgery; joint replacement and preservation; cartilage restoration, ligament
and tendon repair; athletic injuries; fracture care; and general orthopaedics.
Roman Trimba, MD, has been serving
OrthoCincy patients in Cincinnati and Southeast Indiana for the past year, and
is excited to move to the new Kenwood location.
He graduated from City University of New York Honors Academy
at Brooklyn College.
He received his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson
University, Sydney Kimmel Medical College, and completed his residency in
orthopaedic surgery at the Booneshoft School of Medicine, Wright State
Dr. Trimba completed his spine surgery fellowship at the
prestigious University of California San Francisco -- one of the largest
centers of its kind in the country, treating thousands of patients a year. It
brings together world-renowned specialists in neurosurgery, orthopaedic
surgery, neurology, psychiatry and other specialties providing a world class
orthopaedic learning environment.
Dr. Trimba’s s specialties include cervical, thoracic and
lumbar spinal surgery.
Brandon J. Kohrs, DO, is a native of
Northern Kentucky and a Newport Central Catholic High School graduate. He
attended Thomas More College, where he excelled both academically and
athletically as a three time All-Conference football player, three time ESPN
The Magazine Academic All-District selection and semifinalist for the William
V. Campbell Trophy (Academic Heisman). Dr. Kohrs graduated as the 7th all-time
leader in career tackles.
He then attended medical school at Ohio University in Athens,
OH, before completing an orthopaedic surgery residency in Dayton, OH, at the
Kettering Health Network. He then returned to the Greater Cincinnati area to
complete a fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at the Cincinnati Shoulder
and Elbow Fellowship. He is a Fellow Member of the American Shoulder and Elbow
Dr. Kohrs specializes in total and reverse shoulder
replacements, arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery, rotator cuff
repairs, shoulder instability, fractures of the shoulder and elbow, elbow
instability, and sports injuries of the upper and lower extremities. He has
written a book chapter on indications for reverse shoulder arthroplasty as well
as conducted research on shoulder and elbow replacements and fractures of the
Matthew Hummel, MD, President of
OrthoCincy, added, “These three physicians embody our commitment to long-term
growth throughout Greater Cincinnati. Their expertise and innovative approach
aligns perfectly with our patient-first vision of providing superior
Patients are welcome to call 513.221.BONE
(2663) and visit OrthoCincy.com for more
details or to schedule an appointment.
& Sports Medicine
Providing comprehensive orthopaedic and sports medicine care
at nine convenient locations across Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and
Southeast Indiana, OrthoCincy is the only independent orthopaedic practice in
the Tri-State. The practice consists of 28 board-certified/eligible physicians
specializing in general orthopaedics and a variety of sub-specialties, and
offers in-office X-ray, MRI and physical therapy services. The Edgewood
location features walk-in Orthopaedic Urgent Care that is designed to treat urgent orthopaedic injuries
and conditions without an appointment -- Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, and Sat 9am-1pm.
OrthoCincy also provides orthopaedic and sports medicine care to more than 20
high schools and universities in the Tri-State.