Chad A. Weber, DO
Orthopedic Surgery, Trauma
Having played various sports in my youth, sports medicine seemed a logical choice for my career. During my masters program at the Arizona School of Health Sciences, I worked as an assistant athletic trainer for the Pittsburgh Steelers and gained experience with injury management, pre-game medical preparation and rehabilitation. During my residency, I remained active in sports medicine by serving as a team trainer for Springboro and Centerville high schools.
In my practice today, I strive to treat the "whole" patient, including the physical as well as the mental aspects of orthopedic injuries. I believe honest and open communication is very important and want my patients to understand their diagnosis and be comfortable with their treatment options.
Musculoskeletal anatomy continues to intrigue me as much as it did when I first started medical school. Continued research will allow us to offer our patients surgical and nonsurgical treatments that result in even more predictable and functional outcomes than we have today.
- Fellowship, orthopedic trauma
OrthoIndy (Indianapolis, Indiana)
- Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Weber sees patients at:
Holly Fortkamp (PA-C)
Holly earned her Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Kettering College. She also received her bachelor's degree in human biology from Kettering College. Holly is a member of the American Academy of Physician assistants and she is board certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She works primarily at the north facilities with Dr. Hatic and Dr. Weber, both in surgery and in the office.
In her free time, Holly enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys watching and participating in sports activities.