Dr. Edward Marcheschi is recognized as a physician leader and regards himself as both teacher and learner. He has cared for athletes from all ranks of sport from professional to amateur–both on the field and off the field. He has introduced innovations to his practice of sports medicine in order to provide comprehensive musculoskeletal care that includes biologic treatments and sports ultrasound. He has spearheaded the integration of biologics as a treatment option in orthopaedics here in Cincinnati, and he is the first elected Chair of the Mercy Health Biologic Orthopaedic Committee.
Dr. Marcheschi’s expertise in musculoskeletal ultrasound includes diagnostic imaging and guided intervention. He has a specific interest in tendinopathy and he offers both ultrasound guided biologic and minimally invasive surgical treatment options for tendinopathy.
Sports concussion care that includes neuropsychological testing of the concussed athlete was immediately adopted by Dr. Marcheschi as he embarked on his professional career in sports medicine. He has pioneered the transition to evidence-based care of the concussed athletes here in Cincinnati. Neuropsychological testing is now a standard component of the evaluation of the concussed athlete here in Cincinnati and internationally.
“Sports medicine fulfills my passion for sports and science”, says Dr. Marcheschi, and he intends to contribute to the research and innovation that will catapult the field of sports medicine into the future.
Practice Names & Titles
Mercy Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine – Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician
Chair – Biologic Orthopaedic Committee, Mercy Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Adjunct Faculty – Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation
Sports Medicine Committee Member – Mercy Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Primary Care Sports Medicine
5236 Socialville-Foster Road, Mason, Ohio 45040
8737 Union Centre Blvd, West Chester, Ohio 45069
Muscle and ligament injuries
Diagnostic and Interventional Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Certificate of Additional Qualification – Primary Care Sports Medicine
Undergraduate: University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
Medical School: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Residency: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Sports Medicine Fellowship: Methodist Sports Medicine Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
Awards & Honors
Notre Dame Academic Council – College of Science Representative
Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society
Duke University Richard C. and Linda G. Seale Scholarship Award Recipient
Orthobiologics – PRP and Osteoarthritis
Orthobiologicss – BMAC and OA
Orthobiologics -PRP and tendinopathy
Ultrasound guided Percutaneous tenotomy – TENEX microtip
Rettig AC, Marcheschi EA, Berney T. Hamstring Injuries in the National Football League: Correlation Between MRI Findings and Return to Play. Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. Summer 2001 vol. 19, no 1.