Recent News

Recent News

Posted On: 04.11.2017
Colleagues describe Michael D. O'Brien, M.D., as a "meticulous" surgeon and a "kind-hearted" physician.  He is most comfortable in these settings, in fact, eschewing any fanfare regarding his approaching departure or even the mention of his distinguished career.  "I worked hard.  I did my best," he states simply.  He defines his 37 years in...
Posted On: 03.27.2017
Adam V. Metzler, M.D., a Knee, Shoulder, and Sports Medicine surgeon for Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, recently helped author a new iBook for other physicians, Anatomic ACL Reconstruction.  The book is available for download with iBooks on any Mac or iOS device. Anatomic ACL Reconstruction is a new interactive technique guide, that will review...
Posted On: 03.01.2017
Dr. R. Michael Greiwe has developed what he calls a “game-changing” procedure that may revolutionize shoulder replacement surgery.  As a Shoulder, Elbow, and Sports Medicine specialist for OrthoCincy, Dr. Greiwe has performed many shoulder replacements for grateful patients, and he has helped them through the long recovery process that has...
Madison Williams, All-Star Academy Gymnastics Studio
Posted On: 02.03.2017
Dr. James D. Baker, a Hand, Wrist, & Elbow Surgeon with Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, was pleased to learn recently that one of his patients has opened her own gymnastics studio.  Madison Williams opened All-Star Academy Gymnastics Studio on November 1st in Wilder. A gymnast since the age of 8 and with plans for a career in journalism, the...
Posted On: 09.16.2016
Sarah Bills McElfresh, a nurse practitioner with Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, has been involved with the Arthritis Foundation in Cincinnati since her daughter, Ila, was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis as a toddler.   The staff at Commonwealth has rallied in support by assembling teams to participate in the Arthritis Foundation's events each...