Springtime

SPRINGTIME has arrived and the best aspect of April is the beginning of the new baseball season! Baseball diamonds are alive throughout the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys and high school and college athletes as well as weekend warriors are enjoying Americas Past-time!
The ecstacy of hitting the ball and running the bases and, possibly, sliding into home plate exceeds the enjoyment of any other sport. Hitting a home-run to end the game and jumping on home-plate is a DREAM COME TRUE which is possible no matter what level of baseball you play.
Unfortunately, injuries are a part of the game and the shoulder, elbow and knee are the most vulnerable areas to be effected.
 Fortunately,  however, the orthopaedic surgeons at The Los Angeles Orthopaedic Institute take care of the most elite baseball players in our area and will take care of the injured athlete and maximize their return to baseball.
We are the team orthopaedic surgeons for Cal-State Northridge University (CSUN) which means that we are the only doctors taking care of elite Division I scholarship baseball players in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. We are the only surgeons that CSUN would trust to operate on those scholarship athletes many who go on to play professional baseball!!
We also care for the baseball teams for Pierce College, Antelope Valley College and Mission College as well as many of the high schools in the Tri-Valley area! We are also the team physicians for the Lancaster Jethawks which is the minor league team for the professional Houston Astros organization.
If you love baseball as much as we do and are injured, please call the baseball orthopaedic specialists at The Los Angeles Orthopaedic Institute to be treated as well as our elite scholarship and professional baseball players!!

Keep Playing!

Dr. Sisto

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Orthopedic Surgeon at the Los Angeles Orthopaedic Institute

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