Now is the time for extraordinary care.

OrthoNeuro is open to meet the orthopedic and neurological needs of the region. If you or someone you love is experiencing a bone, joint or spine issue, our OrthoNeuro specialists are here to care for you. During COVID-19, we are taking enhanced precautions to ensure the safety and health of our patients and staff.

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Whether you are a new or returning patient, we make it easy to schedule an appointment with a specialist. And we have next-day appointments available.

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6785 Bobcat Way, Suite 300
Dublin, OH 43016


6785 Bobcat Way #300
Dublin, OH 43016, USA

Grove City

1325 Stringtown Rd.
Suite 280
Grove City, OH 43123

New Albany

5040 Forest Dr.
New Albany, OH 43054


1030 Refugee Rd.
Suite 180
Pickerington, OH 43147

Pickerington Walk-in Clinic

1240 Hill Road North
Pickerington, OH 43147

Westerville / Westerville Walk-in Clinic

70 S. Cleveland Ave.
Westerville, OH 43081


11 John Lloyd Evans Memorial Drive
Nelsonville, Ohio 45764


955 Hosford Rd.
Galion, OH 44833

In case of emergency, call 911!

For non life threatening emergencies, we have providers on call when our office is closed. If you need to speak with a provider after hours please call 614-890-6555 and the on-call physician will be contacted.

To schedule an appointment, please click the button below for online scheduling or call us at 614-890-6555 to speak with a patient care advocate.

General FAQ’s

What's the difference between an M.D. and a DO.?
Allopathic medical schools (M.D.) teach allopathic medicine or the treatment of diseases and other conditions affecting the body’s normal functioning and interventions to restore health. Osteopathic medical schools (D.O.) emphasize health promotion and preventions, but in all other aspects are similar to allopathic medical schools. M.D.s and D.O.s attend the same residency programs and must complete the same requirements to become Board-Certified.
What is a PA?

Assistant, physician (PA): A physician assistant (PA) is a mid-level medical practitioner who works under the supervision of a licensed doctor (an MD) or osteopathic physician (a DO).

The physician assistant came about in the 1960s as a response to the need for more clinicians (there was a shortage of family physicians) and better access to health care. The first PA program was developed by Dr. Eugene Stead, chairman of the Department of Medicine at Duke University, to train PAs for rural areas with dwindling numbers of physicians and nurses.

Today the term “physician assistant” has a more precise definition as it applies to the mid-level practitioner who is able to practice medicine under the auspices of a licensed physician. Although the physician need not be present during the time the PA performs his or her duties, there must be a method of contact between the supervising physician and the PA at all times. The PA must be competent in the duties he or she is performing and the physician for whom the PA is working must also be licensed and trained to perform the relevant duties.

Examples of the duties of a general PA include:

  • Medical histories and physical examinations: a PA is usually can perform histories and physical examinations that do not go beyond a particular level.
  • Laboratory tests: a PA can order any test which he or she is competent to interpret and provide the appropriate treatment.
  • Follow-up: PAs follow patients through their hospital course, their course of treatment in a clinic setting, etc.

PAs can practice in virtually all medical and surgical specialties, provided they are properly trained and supervised. Thus, PAs can assist in surgeries.

What are OrthoNeuro's Office Hours?

Our physician’s are available for appointments Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 5pm at our main locations. Extended hours are available with some of our physicians. Many of our physicians treat patients at several locations. Please check with the appointment scheduler to determine which days your physician is at the OrthoNeuro location nearest to you. Previous medical records or diagnostic tests such as x-rays and MRIs pertaining to your current medical condition are necessary at the time of the appointment to assist the doctor in determining your diagnosis and treatment. These documents should be brought to your appointment with you. Please call our central line, 614-890-6555, for additional information or to schedule an appointment at any of our locations.

What are OrthoNeuro's Physical Therapy Office Hours?

Hours of operation for physical therapy are dependent upon the location. See below:


  • Monday & Thursday 7am – 7pm
  • Tuesday & Wednesday 7am – 6pm
  • Friday 7am – 4pm


  • Monday & Wednesday 7am – 7pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday 7am – 6pm
  • Friday 7am – 5pm

New Albany

  • Monday & Wednesday 7am – 6pm
  • Tuesday & Thursday 7am – 7pm
  • Friday 7am – 5pm


  • Monday & Thursday 7am – 7pm
  • Tuesday & Wednesday 7am – 6pm
  • Friday 7am – 4pm
How do I schedule or reschedule a PT appointment?

Please call the clinics direct line to schedule or change an existing PT appointment. The direct phone numbers are listed below:

Downtown: 614-839-2140
Westerville: 614-839-3280
New Albany: 614-839-3211
Pickerington: 614-839-3239

Patient Portal FAQ’s

What is my username?

Your username is the email address you provided to OrthoNeuro to activate your Patient Portal account.

Why haven't I received an invitation email?

Please allow up to 48 hours to receive the email inviting you to our Patient Portal.  Please also check your SPAM folder and ensure you allow email from

Why am I being asked security questions?

The security questions are to ensure that you have a means to get into your account should you forget your account information. You should choose questions and answers that only you know. Once you answer the questions and create your own password, you will receive another email with a link to access your Patient Portal. Save that link / web address for all future logins.

There was an error sending my physician a message. What should I do?

Please call your physician to ensure your concern is properly addressed.