As a fellowship-trained surgeon in foot and ankle reconstruction, I perform a wide array of procedures including various fusion, realignment, and limb salvage surgeries. Even though I specialize in foot and ankle, I enjoy all aspects of orthopedics. I have taken care of multiple sports teams during my career, and thoroughly enjoy the extensive range of orthopedic problems athletes present. I am trained in a broad spectrum of general orthopedic procedures, including fracture fixation of the upper and lower extremity, knee arthroscopy and arthroscopic rotator cuff and labrum repairs, tendon/ligament repairs, carpal tunnel, and trigger finger release. Academically, I write test questions other orthopedic surgeons have to take to become board certified, as well as perform on-site clinical exams for board certification candidates. I do my best at all times to treat your problem like I would treat myself.
Chelsey is a Nationally Board Certified Physician Assistant working along side both Dr. DiCicco and Dr. Melton. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Kettering College in 2015, and continued on to receive her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from Kettering College. Chelsey is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Ohio Association of Physician Assistants.
Orthopedics has always been her passion since undergraduate school. Chelsey ensures to listen and explain things thoroughly to her patients, in order for her patients to receive the best possible care. In her free time she enjoys running, biking, and spending time with family.
Chelsey currently sees patients at the Centerville, Beavercreek, Eaton, and Lebanon locations.