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David Bizousky, MD

David Bizousky, MD

Contact Information

Phone: 724-465-2676
Fax: 724-349-1830

Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

120 IRMC Drive, Suite 160
Indiana PA, 15701 Orthopedic Services

Medical School

Hahnemann University School of Medicine

Internship

Allegheny General Hospital

Residency

Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center

Specialty Area

Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopedics

1. What is your specialty?
My specialty is Orthopedic Surgery. I treat traumatic and degenerative problems of bones and joints, perform knee and hip replacements and arthroscopic surgery of knees and shoulders, and fix fractures and joint injuries.

2. Why did you want to become a Physician?
When it became clear that I was probably not going to have a career playing basketball, going to medical school became my fallback. I worked for a summer in a hospital and got to see up close what was going on, and that really turned me on to want to pursue this career.

3. What is one aspect of the job that you find rewarding?
It’s nice to see people’s lives improved by what we do.

4. In your opinion, what’s the future of your field?
I believe we will see more use of biologics to treat arthritis and therefore less need for surgery.

5. What do you do to achieve work/life balance?
I like to play basketball, play guitar and piano, chill with family and friends, and travel.


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