Episode 11: Dr Brian Cohen discusses robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery and the importance of mentoring other surgeons


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Dr. Brian Cohen is a board-certified open, laparoscopic and robotic-assisted surgery orthopedic surgeon. He is one of the top surgeon adopters worldwide to utilize MAKO robotic arm-assisted hip and knee replacement procedures. He attended medical school at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City and completed orthopedic surgery residency training at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr. Cohen then completed an intensive sports medicine fellowship training program at Rush Medical School in Chicago, which is nationally recognized for orthopedic and sports medicine excellence. After finishing fellowship training, Dr. Cohen started his career at the Adena Health System in Chillicothe, Ohio. Dr. Cohen played a prominent role in the creation and growth of the Center for Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine (now known as The Adena Bone and Joint Center) and served as the center’s medical director until 2020.  Dr. Cohen then decided to take the next step in his professional development and join OhioHealth at their Columbus campus. In 2022, Brian S. Cohen, MD, joined the Clinical Advisory Board of the Orthopedic Treatment Centers of America.  Throughout his training and career, Dr. Cohen has been fortunate to learn from some of the best minds in orthopedic surgery. He believes in paying that forward by mentoring other surgeons. To date, Dr. Cohen has been involved in the hands-on mentoring of over 100 orthopedic surgeons worldwide on enhanced surgical techniques.