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The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute

If moving toward a healthy, independent and fully mobile life is your goal, The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute can help. That's because our team of experts focuses solely on bone, joint and muscle health.

With seven Columbus Orthopaedic offices, 27 highly skilled Columbus orthopaedic surgeons and physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, and an inclusive list of specialties and services, including MRI, occupational hand therapy, and physical therapy, we're the most convenient and comprehensive orthopedic practice in Columbus and central Ohio, including Gahanna/Reynoldsburg, Hilliard/Dublin and Westerville.

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N Hilliard Office is Recipient of 'APEX' National Quality Award Learn more →

N Business First announces Orthopedic ONE Learn more →

E 401 Fitness: An Investment in You (1st Thursday of each month) Learn more →

E Coaches Clinic - Hilliard/Dublin (ODE Approved) Learn more →

E Coaches Clinic - Gahanna/Reynoldsburg (ODE Approved) Learn more →

E The Back School - Monthly Free Seminar Learn more →

E Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program, WF, 1:30pm Learn more →

E Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program, M (Noon), WF (1:30pm) Learn more →

E Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program, WF Noon Learn more →

E Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program, MWF (Noon) Learn more →

E Arthritis Foundation - Breaking the Pain Chain Learn more →

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