Dr. Don Sanders is a board certified orthopedic surgeon. He attended UCLA
for his Bachelors in Mathematics and graduated with honors. He continued
his education at UCLA by receiving a Masters of Science in Public Health
in the field of Biostatistics. Dr. Sanders went on to attend UCLA Medical
School. Dr. Sanders completed his internship at University of Washington
in Seattle and went to Harvard University where he completed his residency
in Orthopaedic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. He continued
with his fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Boston where he
was distinguished with a Harvard Chair.
Following his education and training, Dr. Sanders returned to Los Angeles.
He has been in practice in the South Bay for over 25 years. He continued
his university service as a member of the Admissions Committee for the
UCLA David Geffin School of Medicine, was a founding member of the Board
of Directors of the UCLA Medical School Alumni Association, acted as past
chairman of the Board of UCLA Black Alumni Association, was a member of
the Board of Governors, as well as Board of Councilors, and served as
chairman of the committee to establish the Arthur Ashe Student Health
and Wellness Center.
Over the past decade, Dr. Sanders has been working as a pioneer in the
development of Direct Anterior Total Hip Replacement, lecturing and assisting
hundreds of surgeons in developing proficiency with this revolutionary
technique in Joint Arthroplasty. Dr Sanders has been recognized as a top
orthopedic surgeon by U.S. News and World Report.