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Orthopedic Treatments in Columbus, OH

If you have knee, shoulder, or hip pain, Dr. Cohen will discuss your treatment options with you, including surgery. Common surgical treatments are discussed below.

Knee Arthroscopy

Orthopedic X-RaysA knee arthroscopy is minimally invasive surgery performed with a device about the size of a pencil that carries a tiny video camera (an arthroscope). Dr. Cohen uses the arthroscope to look inside the knee area and then uses tiny surgical tools inserted through small incisions to perform the procedure.

ACL Surgery

ACL reconstruction surgery reconstructs the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). During ACL reconstruction surgery, the damaged ligament is removed and replaced with a band of tissue that comes from either a part of the patient’s body or from a human organ donor.

PCL Surgery/ Knee Cartilage Surgery

PCL reconstruction surgery reconstructs the knee’s posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). During PCL reconstruction surgery, the damaged ligament is removed and replaced with a band of tissue that comes from either a part of the patient’s body or from a human organ donor.

A knee cartilage transplant replaces damaged knee cartilage with healthy cartilage from another part of the knee. The healthy cartilage is called a graft.

Robotic-Assisted Knee Surgery

Dr. Brian Cohen utilizes MAKO SmartRobotics™ for personalized surgical planning and precise surgical guidance. During a robotic-assisted knee replacement, Dr. Cohen guides the robotic arm to remove the damaged parts of your knee and then inserts an implant made of metal and plastic to restore your knee function. Depending on how much of your knee is damaged, you may need either a partial knee replacement or a total knee replacement. If you have already had knee replacement surgery and the implant needs to be replaced, then you may need to undergo revision total knee replacement surgery, which Dr. Cohen also performs with robotic assistance.

ACL Primary Repair

ACL Primary Repair Using the TightRope® RT Implant With InternalBrace™ Ligament Augmentation

Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery

Orthopedic Treatment for Columbus & Grove City, OH patientsA shoulder arthroscopy is minimally invasive surgery performed with a device about the size of a pencil that carries a tiny video camera (an arthroscope). Dr. Cohen uses the arthroscope to look inside the shoulder area and then uses tiny surgical tools inserted through small incisions to perform the procedure.

Rotator Cuff Tear Surgery

Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair is minimally invasive surgery used to repair the group of muscles and tendons that connect your shoulder blade to the bone of your upper arm. This can be necessary to fix a torn rotator cuff because a full thickness rotator cuff tear cannot heal on its own.

Shoulder Stabilization Surgery

Arthroscopic stabilization is minimally invasive surgery used to treat shoulder joint instability that may have failed conservative management. Dr. Cohen utilizes the arthroscope to determine the source of the instability and then uses special surgical tools inserted through small incisions to perform the necessary procedure.

Total Shoulder Replacement

An anatomic total shoulder replacement requires an intact rotator cuff. During the procedure, an artificial ball replaces the head of the upper arm bone and an artificial socket replaces the socket of the shoulder blade, called the glenoid.

Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement

In a reverse total shoulder replacement, an artificial ball and socket replace the original joint but are put in reverse positions. The artificial ball replaces the socket of the shoulder blade (the glenoid) and the artificial socket replaces the head of the upper arm bone.

If you have already had shoulder replacement surgery and the implant has issues or is simply worn out and needs to be replaced, then you may need to undergo revision shoulder replacement surgery. During revision surgery, Dr. Cohen removes the damaged or worn out implant and replaces it with a new implant.

Rotator Cuff Repair with Arthrex® SpeedBridge™

The Arthrex® SpeedBridge™ repair is a surgical technique system that combines fully threaded SwiveLock® anchors with FiberTape® suture.

Total Hip Replacement

In some instances, a total hip replacement or revision total hip replacement may be necessary to alleviate your hip pain and restore your hip mobility. A total hip replacement replaces the damaged hip bone and cartilage with prosthetic components.

Robotic-Assisted Hip Replacement

Dr. Brian Cohen utilizes MAKO SmartRobotics™ for personalized surgical planning and precise surgical guidance. During a robotic-assisted total hip replacement, Dr. Cohen guides the robotic arm to remove the damaged bone and cartilage and then replaces the damaged parts with a prosthetic implant made of metal and plastic.

Revision Total Hip Replacement

If you have already had a total hip replacement surgery and the implant has issues or is simply worn out and needs to be replaced, then you may need to undergo revision total hip replacement surgery. During a robotic-assisted revision surgery, Dr. Cohen uses the CT to develop the plan for your revision total hip replacement with more accuracy and precision than if performed manually.

Why Choose Dr. Cohen?

OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

One of the first orthopedic surgeons employed by Adena Health System, Dr Cohen spent 20 years helping to grow the practice.

TRUSTED BY OVER 100,000+ PATIENTS WORLDWIDE

Over his distinguished career, Dr Cohen has cultivated a reputation of excellence and trust among his patients and his peers.

UTILIZING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY

To achieve the best surgical outcomes, Dr Cohen utilizes the most advanced technologies and techniques, keeping his practice state of the art.

PATIENT SAFETY IS TOP PRIORITY

An individualized, patient-focused process coupled with decades of training and experience help ensure maximum safety for all of Dr Cohen’s patients.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you are suffering from knee, shoulder or hip pain, you should schedule a personal consultation with Columbus, Ohio orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brian Cohen by calling or emailing his office today. Dr. Cohen has extensive non-surgical and surgical experience and can help you learn more about your treatment options.

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Cohen Orthopedic

Phone  (614) 788-0375

Office Address:

4850 E. Main St Suite 110 Columbus, OH 43213

Office Address:

2030 Stringtown Rd Suite 210
Grove City, OH 43123

Surgical Center:

323 E Town St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Surgical Center:

1375 Stringtown Rd
Grove City, OH 43123