The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute

What's New

The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute strives to stay ahead of the competition with the latest research and most experienced physicians in the industry. Our research and awards can be found nationally in journals and other publications. Below, you will find links to the many of the articles written and awards received over the past year.

  • The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institue Welcomes Dr. Davison
  • The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute is very pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Brian L. Davison to our staff, beginning April 1st.

    Dr. Davison joins us from Grant Hospital, where he practiced for over eight years. His primary area of practice with Cardinal will be general orthopaedic surgery, and he will be available to see patients at our two offices in the Gahanna/Reynoldsburg area.

    If you would like to read more about Dr. Davison, please click here to read his bio.

  • Martin Torch, MD Receives Career Contribution Award
    On September 14, 2005, Dr. Martin Torch received the 2005 Career Contribution Award from Columbus Children's Hospital. Nominated by members of Columbus Children's Hospital medical staff, Dr. Torch was recognized for providing a lifetime commitment to quality healthcare.

    Dr. Torch
  • Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute Tops Business First List
    For the third year in a row, The Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute was #1 on Business First's ranking of Greater Columbus Orthopaedic Group Practices. We are very proud to have achieved this status, and look forward to maintaining our ranking for many years.

Recent Publications
Our physicians regularly publish articles in local journals, or are fortunate enough to have stories written about them. Below are a few of the most recent.

  • Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH): Early Diagnosis and Management
    Dr. Klingele is an orthopaedic surgeon and Assistant Director of Orthopaedic Education and Clinical Research at Columbus Children's Hospital. His research and experience with developmental dysplasia allows him to detect and treat the disorder early so as to prevent the early stages of arthritis and pain when the patient is older.
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  • Surgery Broadcast Live to COSI
    Dr. Politi, a specialist with the Cardinal Orthopaedic Institute, participates in an innovative program at Mount Carmel Hospital which broadcasts live surgeries to COSI and several classrooms across the U.S. This experience allows the audience to see how a surgery is performed as well as gives them the opportunity to ask the surgical team questions during the procedure.
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