Terrence M. Philbin, DO

Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Philbin was the 3rd Podiatrist I went to see, and I will say this, I saved the best for last. Not only did he take the time to listen to what my concerns were, he took the time to ask me questions. Not once did I feel rushed or brushed off…

About Dr. Terrence M. Philbin

My practice is built on the belief that experience comes from involvement, in understanding my patients, providing industry leadership and looking into the future through innovation and research. I have served as the medical director of the Foot and Ankle Division at Dublin Methodist Hospital, Vice Chair of Surgery at Dublin Methodist Hospital, and as a board member for the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society and the American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics. I continue to support advanced medical education as the Director of the Foot & Ankle Service for the Doctors Hospital Residency program. I have published numerous scientific publications and on a regular basis lecture nationally and internationally.

My goal as your doctor is to get you back on your feet as quickly and safely as possible. Through research and advanced studies, we’ve perfected minimally invasive surgical techniques for several common foot & ankle conditions, including the DynaBunion 4D and MiniBunion 3D bunion procedures. Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) offers many benefits such as smaller incisions, reduced number of incisions, faster recovery, reduced pain and less scarring.

I played college football and I was honored to be both an all-American and an academic all-American. It was because of an injury I sustained in college that led me to this incredible Orthopedic profession. I know what it takes to recover from surgery, endure rehabilitation, and get back to goals, sport, or job. Along with providing medical expertise to the Columbus Blue Jackets, BalletMet Columbus, and athletic programs at The Ohio State University and Ohio University, I am proud to serve as a team physician at the Dublin Coffman Schools and Olentangy Liberty High School. It is my passion to get athletes at all levels back into the game! Originally from Chicago, I now live in Dublin, Ohio, with my wife Cydney and our three children.

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350 W. Wilson Bridge Rd Suite 200 Worthington, OH 43085



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Angie Dykes, RT

Clinical Assistant

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Publications and Research

Journal Publications

Radiographic assessment of prosthetic humeral head size after anatomic shoulder arthroplasty. Journal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery. 23(11) 1740-1746.

Bashar Alolabi, MD, Ari R. Youderian, MD, Larry Napolitano, MD, Benjamin W. Szerlip, DO, Peter J. Evans, MD, PhD, Robert J. Nowinski, DO, Eric T. Ricchetti, MD, Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD. (Feb 2014).

Treatment Options for Posterior Shoulder Instability. International Congress for Joint Reconstruction.

T. Bradley Edwards, MD; Benjamin Szerlip, DO; and Brent J. Morris, MD. (June 2014).

Humeral Fixation in Shoulder Arthroplasty: Does Stem Geometry Matter? Seminars in Arthoplasty: JSES. 23(2) 103-105.

Humeral Fixation in Shoulder Arthroplasty: Does Stem Geometry Matter? Seminars in Arthoplasty: JSES. 23(2) 103-105.

(January 2018) Clinical and radiographic outcomes after total shoulder arthroplasty with an anatomic press-fit short stem. Jounal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery. 27(1) 10-16.

Benjamin W. Szerlip DO, Brent J. Morris MD, Mitzi S. Laughlin PhD, Christopher M.Kilian MD, T. Bradley Edwards MD.

Journal Publications

Shoulder and Upper Extremity Pain and Injury. Orthopedic injuries in emergency room setting. 2013

Benjamin W. Szerlip and Scott M. Zimmer.

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