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Dancing Through Adversity: Kelsey Ormiston's Resilient Return to the Stage with OrthoCarolina

Join Kelsey Ormiston's remarkable journey back to dance after kneecap dislocations with OrthoCarolina's, Dr. Riboh, who helped Kelsey return to dance.

50 OrthoCarolina Doctors Named Top Docs!

Discover the 50 distinguished OrthoCarolina Physicians who have achieved the esteemed 'Top Docs' recognition in Charlotte. These dedicated medical professionals have been honored based on a peer survey conducted by Castle Connolly and are at the forefront of healthcare excellence in the region

OC Presents the 2023 Sports Medicine Symposium

Join us for the 35th Sports Medicine Symposium as we discuss the principles of injury prevention, recognition, and treatment of athletic shouder injuries.

Between the Bones Episode 11: Sports Medicine in Adolescent Amateur Athletics

Sports medicine is a subject typically associated with professional and collegiate athletes. But there’s another facet that’s important to discuss: sports medicine in adolescents and amateur athletics.  In this episode we hear from OrthoCarolina's Margaret Lynch, PA-C & Dr. Jonathan Riboh.

2022 Top Doctors Charlotte Magazine

Each year, Charlotte magazine releases a list of the Top Doctors in Charlotte, based on a peer survey conducted by Castle Connolly. 

The Carolina Panthers and our Team Physicians: Partners on and off the field

As we head into gameday weekend, please join us in congratulating OrthoCarolina’s Dr. Pat Connor & Dr. Durham Weeks.

Charlotte Magazine Names 38 OrthoCarolina Physicians in 2021 Top Doctors List

Please join us in congratulating each of the 38 OrthoCarolina physicians recognized as 2021 Charlotte magazine Top Doctors.  

Heading the Ball in Soccer: Is It Safe?

Head injuries come with high stakes as even mild concussions can have serious consequences. Dr. Jonathan Riboh, orthopedic surgeon and youth sports medicine specialist, addresses what to consider to practice purposeful heading in soccer.

How to Prevent Soccer Injuries

As sports medicine physicians, we believe the best way to treat injuries is to prevent them in the first place. In just 40 minutes a week, athletes can reduce their risk of injury by as much as 50 percent.

OrthoCarolina Welcomes New Physicians

Jonathan C. Riboh, MD, joins OrthoCarolina's Sports Medicine Center, Cartilage Restoration Institute and South Park location; Matthew C. Wendt, MD, joins OrthoCarolina Rock Hill.