Providing Our Patients Extraordinary Care

Our doctors and professional staff are dedicated to finding the right approach to your individual circumstances. At Orthopaedic Associates of Zanesville, we have the latest technology and training to help you recover as quickly as possible. Explore this section to read about some of the ways we help our patients resume their active lifestyles.

For most injuries there is more than one form of treatment. We will explore every option to get you back to your lifestyle. Our goal is to treat as many injuries as possible without surgery, using medication, exercise and other rehabilitative or alternative therapies. When necessary, we will recommend and perform the appropriate surgery.

In every case, our team is dedicated to healing people to improve their mobility and their lives. Although Orthopaedic Associates does not treat spine injuries or conditions, nose or facial fractures, our group of orthopedic specialists will provide you with the highest quality care of your condition or injury.

Common Diagnostics

Our physicians, caring administrative and clinical staff are dedicated to finding the correct approach to meet your individual needs. We have the latest technology and training to help you recover as quickly as possible.

Preventative Health

An active lifestyle has many benefits. But a body in motion is a body at risk. Head injuries, strained or torn ligaments or broken bones – any number of injuries can occur in a split second and require immediate attention.

Concussion Management

Orthopaedic Associates of Zanesville’s Concussion Clinic / Sports Medicine Zanesville’s Concussion Clinic was developed to provide comprehensive concussion management and help guide return-to-play decisions for children and adults.

Surgical Procedures

We realize there isn’t such a thing as a minor surgery. It is our objective to follow every element of care with our patients. Our staff will be there with you from scheduling, clinical needs and questions, to customized post-operative care.

What Hurts?

Identification is the first step to treatment. With our What Hurts tool you can take the first step and see what could be causing your symptoms. Then learn about possible next steps.

Helpful Links

Links to helpful resources such as American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Association