Orthopedic Services at the Bone and Joint Center
A Wide and Expanding Spectrum of Care
The OhioHealth Bone and Joint Center at Grant offers comprehensive care for orthopedic, sports medicine and rheumatology needs, all under one roof. From physician offices to imaging and rehab services, including a state-of-the-art surgery center with private patient rooms, it's all in one convenient downtown location. In addition, we are pleased to offer FREE valet parking for all patients and visitors, as well as accessible entrances and easy check-in.
Orthopedic care services we provide include:
In addition to the convenience of finding all your services under one roof, an added benefit of the Bone & Joint Center is physician collaboration. It’s easy for your specialist to consult with another specialist during your visit because all the physician offices are close to each other in the facility.
Additional services you’ll find at the Bone & Joint Center at Grant:
X-ray, MRI, fluoroscopy, bone densitometry (DEXA scan)
Phone: (614) 788.5011
Fax: (614) 788.5008
Physical therapy, occupational therapy, hand therapy, sports medicine therapy, cancer rehab
Phone: (614) 788.5190
Fax: (614) 566.8555
- Arthritis and Rheumatology Infusion
Offering arthritis, rheumatoid and osteoporosis treatments
- Home Care
Depending on procedure and patient needs, the home care team visits before and after surgery to help patients recover at home.
Phone: (614) 566.0257
- Patient Navigation
Patient navigators work with patients through treatment and recovery, as determined by physician.
Joint Replacement: (614) 566.8565
Spine and Sports Medicine: (614) 566.8565
Osteoporosis Care Coordination: (614) 566.7151
Our patient exam rooms are designed for patient comfort and privacy. Advanced diagnostic imaging located in the exam rooms allows for quicker diagnosis and treatment, as well as highly accurate and immediate results being provided to physicians. This includes bone densitometry (DEXA) scans in our rheumatology patient exam rooms. Dedicated radiologists are onsite, which allows for quick readings of diagnostic images.