Fifth Straight Year!

The 2013 Southern California SUPER DOCTORS issue of Los Angeles Magazine has just hit the newstands and I am happy and proud to announce that I have been selected.  This is the fifth straight year I have been chosen and it is particularly gratifying because we are chosen by our PEERS. This means that most of the orthopaedic surgeons in Los Angeles selected me to be on this small and prestigious list. In fact, I am the ONLY orthopaedic surgeon from the Antelope Valley on the list and one of only a few in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys as well.
I believe the main reasons I am always selected to the SUPER  DOCTOR list include the fact that I am the team physician for Cal State Northridge (CSUN) athletes. I am the ONLY orthopaedic surgeon in our three valleys that operates on elite, scholarship athletes. There are only a few Division I athletic programs in Los Angeles (UCLA, USC, CSUN, Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount) and the school officials, athletes and athletic trainers trust me to perform the surgery on these gifted athletes who MUST return to the same level of play prior to their injuries!
The second reason I am selected is that I specialize in minimally invasive, PARTIAL joint replacements which allow the patients to recover much quicker with less discomfort.
I am proud to be selected again to be one of the SUPER DOCTORS of Southern California and I look forward to taking care of you and your family when I am needed.

Keep moving!
Dr. Sisto

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About djsisto
Orthopedic Surgeon at the Los Angeles Orthopaedic Institute

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