Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine offers a full range of orthopedic services for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries in patients of all ages. Musculoskeletal care includes all joints, tendons, muscles, bones and more. Beacon has specialists who are Fellowship Trained in a specific area of medicine, such as Sports Medicine, Spine, Total Joint, Hand & Upper Extremity, Foot & Ankle, Knee Conditions, Shoulder Conditions, Regenerative Medicine, and more. This means the Beacon physician you see for a specific condition is an expert in their field and can offer the highest quality, most advanced, orthopedic care.
Beacon is comprised of Board Certified and Fellowship Trained physicians and is affiliated with Cincinnati’s major health care providers. The additional Fellowship training our physicians complete allows them to focus on a specific category of orthopedics or a “sub-specialty,” such as foot and ankle treatment, hand and wrist treatment, joint replacements and more. Our highest priority is customer satisfaction and education. Our fellowship-trained physicians have the years of experience and training to help you get back to health.
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“In the three years I have dealt with staff at Beacon West and Beacon Summit Woods, from consultation, to treatment, to surgery and physical therapy, each encounter was handled in a personable and professional way. This excellent quality of treatment and service at Beacon sets the standard.”
“After my MRI, I saw one of Beacon’s Spine Specialist and Surgeons, Dr. Rodway. He explained that my pain required more than just a cortisone shot, that I had a spinal nerve condition that put me at risk for paralysis. We made a plan that day for a treatment plan and future surgery. The care I received from Beacon was excellent and has truly made a difference in my life.”
“I chose Beacon because I was not getting relief from my pain at another office. I am so happy that I came to Beacon. I now live without pain and am getting back into distance running slowly but surely. It was absolutely worthwhile, and I don’t regret the time I spent recovering and in physical therapy at all.”