About Dr. Sydney Pardino
Behind a mantra of a “body in motion stays in motion,” renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. Sydney Pardino serves as Director of Sports Medicine at the esteemed Institute of Clinical Orthopedics and Neurosciences at Desert Regional Medical Center.
In the field of sports medicine, few doctors enjoy Dr. Pardino’s sterling national reputation, evidenced by his work at the pinnacles of sport, such as the 2010 NFL Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, and the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets. Locally, Dr. Pardino serves as team physician for Cathedral City High School and the SoCal Coyotes semi-professional football team.
Dr. Pardino specializes in both non-operative and operative treatment of sports medicine injuries, arthroscopic surgery, shoulder replacement surgery, hip arthroscopic surgery for femoroacetabular impingement and labral tears, and fracture surgery.
A highly regarded expert for his fluent knowledge and vision in the ever-changing world of orthopedics, joint replacement, and sports medicine, Dr. Pardino relies on the input of his patients to ensure mutual efficacy, with the belief that “an accurate diagnosis is the result of listening to the patient.”
Dr. Pardino’s dynamic passion, communication skills, cutting-edge techniques and rapid-recovery results make him a sought-after surgeon, particularly with knee, hip and shoulder.
“Perhaps the most important part of an accurate diagnosis,” he explains, summarizing his personal mission statement, “is taking the time to know and listen to the patient, and hear their story.”
Whether on the sidelines with world-class athletes, or through his tireless volunteer efforts with non-profits, schools and youth organizations, Dr. Pardino has served his industry selflessly.