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Fairfield Medical Center, OSU Wexner Medical Center To Offer Specialized Orthopedic Care To The Community
12/2/2016

Fairfield Medical Center, OSU Wexner Medical Center To Offer Specialized Orthopedic Care To The Community

Fairfield Medical Center is proud to announce that it is collaborating with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to provide FMC’s patients with the best in orthopedic care, close to home.
FMC Offers New Technology for Partial Knee Replacements
6/15/2016

FMC Offers New Technology for Partial Knee Replacements

Fairfield Medical Center is now offering a high-precision, robotic-assisted partial knee replacement procedure as an alternative to total knee replacement for patients with advanced-stage osteoarthritis. The technology, called the NAVIO system uses state-of-the-art, computer-assistance and robotic technology to align and place an implant in the knee.
Experience the Victory
5/31/2016

Experience the Victory

After just three weeks of rehabilitation at Fairfield Medical Center, wrestler Coleton Chase was able to compete in one of the biggest tournaments of his career.
Now We're Rolling
12/1/2015

Now We're Rolling

Earlier this year, 44-year-old Amanda Jacobson experienced something she never had before: She rode a bicycle for the first time.
Striking Out Pain
6/23/2015

Striking Out Pain

As a high school sports referee, Timothy McGee has to be just as active as the athletes he officiates during baseball and football season.

So when the Carroll resident started experiencing a nagging discomfort in his hip last spring, he set out to find relief. After seeking out a doctor, a physical therapist and then a chiropractor near his job in Columbus, he was still experiencing hip pain. “I was taking ibuprofen probably every other day,” he recalled.

Bouncing Back
2/6/2015

Bouncing Back

Athletic trainer is first line of care for Lancaster athletes.
A Weightless Walk Helps Heal Joints
2/6/2015

A Weightless Walk Helps Heal Joints

Most people dread the thought of having to use a treadmill, especially as part of physical therapy following an injury or medical procedure. But Fairfield Medical Center is aiming to make that experience less painful.