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When Kimberly came to CIO, she told us how she had been an avid cyclist, distance runner and CrossFit athlete for many years until she began experiencing significant knee pain.… read more

With arthritis being the leading cause of disability in the United States, there’s a good chance that you know someone who’s affected by this debilitating disease. Every day at Central… read more

Join us in congratulating Sheri Bennett on nearly three decades of practice as a Nurse Practitioner (45 years as a nurse!) and wishing her well in her upcoming retirement! Sheri… read more

As May marks National Arthritis Awareness Month, Central Indiana Orthopedics and other OrthoAlliance (OA) partner practice physicians collaborated with the Arthritis Foundation to host an educational webinar series, OrthoInsights: Overcoming… read more

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Brent Damer has been selected as Medical Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation Bone Bash fundraiser on October 12! At this event, community leaders,… read more

Recently, volunteers serving with Team Hope in Motion (Team HIM) returned from another successful orthopedic mission trip in Antigua, Guatemala. CIO’s Dr. Steve Herbst, orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon, shared… read more

Central Indiana Orthopedics is a proud partner of the Arthritis Foundation, and we are thrilled to be sponsoring their upcoming Bone Bash in October! At this event, community leaders, medical… read more

Happy National Athletic Training Month to all athletic trainers! Knowing how vital athletic trainers are to the success of athletes, the profession deserves way more credit and appreciation than it… read more

December 22, 2023

2023 Year in Review

Did 2023 go by in the blink of an eye?! It was a BUSY year for Central Indiana Orthopedics, filled with many achievements, several new faces and a couple goodbyes.… read more

Jean Thayer lived with pain from various health conditions for more than 30 years. More recently, severe arthritis, specifically bone-on-bone in both knees and hips, was contributing to her daily… read more