Parsa Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute

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    Ronna S. Parsa, DO

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    1200 Rosecrans Ave., Suite 110
    Manhattan Beach

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Parsa Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute uses leading-edge, minimally invasive treatment options and regenerative therapies to treat active individuals of all levels. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ronna Parsa is a Southern California native and started her private practice in the South Bay in 2017.

What do you offer patients?

“As an orthopedic surgeon and athlete, I can relate to the challenges of dealing with an injury. Beyond the physical pain, there can be mental frustration—especially if you feel you are not receiving the best possible care from your physician. My passion is getting patients back to the sport or activity they love as quickly and safely as possible.”

Why do your clients consider you their trusted advisor?

“I value and care for my patients with the same respect as I would any member of my family. I work together with my patients as a team to optimize their health and to make sure we have the greatest possible outcome. I have worked alongside some of the world’s leading sports surgeons and treated athletes in the NFL, MLB, NHL, AVP and NCAA. I know the importance of trust and confidence a patient must have in their physician.”

Why are you considered the go-to advisor in your community?

“My patients refer their friends and families to me because they know our institute will provide them with a personalized treatment plan and the utmost care. Throughout my career, I have been dedicated to regenerative and biologic medicine. I have seen the benefits of these innovative technologies in FDA trials and in practice abroad. My experience in the advancing field of regenerative medicine gives my patients a wider range of treatment options.”

What is your #1 piece of advice during this unprecedented time?

“With our busy lifestyles, it is easy to feel overwhelmed—and even more so now during this pandemic. I always remind my patients that we were not meant to sit inside all day. Our bodies work better when we are active. Exercise not only benefits our muscles and bones but also our heart, lungs, brain, digestion and especially our mental health. Try to get outside and move for at least 30 minutes every day. Find the time to take care of yourself and relieve stress. You will feel better, and your body will thank you!”