Ryan S. Labovitch, M.D.
Dr. Labovitch has practiced orthopedic surgery in Newport Beach since 2007, providing quality comprehensive care to patients and the community
including many local high school, college, and club athletic teams. He is an active participant and proudly supports many Southern California
endurance events. The scope of his practice includes general orthopedic surgery, arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee, sports medicine, and orthopedic
Dr. Labovitch was born and raised here in Southern California. During his undergraduate years at the University of Arizona, he became interested in
orthopedic surgery while volunteering as a student athletic trainer working with NCAA Division 1 college athletes. He attended medical school at the
University of Vermont, College of Medicine and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Labovitch is fellowship-trained in sports medicine at the Aspen Foundation for Sports Medicine, Education, and Research. While in Aspen, he gained
valuable experience treating sports related injuries in addition to providing support for local World Cup US Ski Team and Mountain Biking events.
Dr. Labovitch is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery and he is a member in good standing of the Medical Board of California, Medical Staff of Hoag Hospital,
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Did You Know
Dr. Labovitch is a competitive athlete whose interests include mountain/road biking, running, and endurance races. Dr. Labovitch and Kramer Orthopedics are
proud sponsors and active members of many local cycling clubs including Corona Del Mar’s VELO 6-0-5, Pinnaclife Masters Racing Team, and the Mountain Bike Hall of
Fame Laguna Beach Rads. You can catch Dr. Labovitch participating in many local endurance events as well as national events including the Leadville 100 MTB race and
the Cedar City Fire Road 100.
» Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery
» Arthroscopy of the Shoulder and Knee
» Sports Medicine, Sports Performance
» Orthopedic Trauma