Orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists Dr. Brian Donahue, Dr. Justin Cummins and our entire experienced team of physician assistants, physical therapists and occupational therapists provide a full spectrum of diagnostic, surgical, non-surgical and rehabilitative care.
Our orthopedic care is centered around your unique needs whether you’re suffering from an injury, in need of a joint replacement or coping with the symptoms and challenges of arthritis.
Our sports medicine care includes working very closely with student, recreational and competitive athletes to improve performance, decrease pain and restore function after an injury. Our goal is to return athletes to play as soon and safely as possible.
We also strongly believe in providing education that emphasizes injury prevention and the promotion of wellness.
We provide full spectrum orthopedic care including:
- General orthopedics
- Sports medicine
- Total knee replacement
- Shoulder, knee and ankle arthroscopy
- Hand, upper extremity, foot, ankle and back treatments.
- Fracture care
- ACL and meniscal repair
- Knee pain
- Arthritis treatment
- Rheumatoid arthritis deformity
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Trigger finger
Services in Ashland
“I had my right knee replaced for the second time and was referred to Rehab Services at HAMH for physical therapy. Kory Lutz was given my case. I came in thinking I was a normal replacement only to find out I had a drop foot and nerve damage. I was in physical therapy for five months, during that time Kory encouraged me physically and emotionally, worked very hard along with me and went above and beyond what I expected. I have work to do on my own, but I was given the tools to do that. I would recommend this department 100% to anyone who needs physical therapy and wants to succeed.”
~ Roberta Ryan
“After blowing out a disc in my lower back, I could barely walk into the rehab department. The pain was excruciating. I made progress with the help of exercises and stretches for pain management and the gradual strengthening of muscles. Pressure on my nerves was causing me to drag and drop my foot. The anti gravity treadmill taught me how to compensate and improve my gait. Water therapy allowed me to include cardio endurance for my overall health. I grew stronger and was able to reduce the amount of aid needed for the machine. I am now able to walk at a normal pace and gait. I have avoided surgery and continue to improve. Next goal: snowshoes!”
~ Charles Hyser