Daryl R. Sybert, D.O., FAOAO, Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr Sybert has been appointed Clinical Professor of Orthopedics at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedics at The Ohio State University and serves in Orthopedic Resident and Medical Student education. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of The Spine Journal, is acting Chairman of The Orthopedic Foundation, performs ongoing clinical research trials to advance the understanding of Spinal Disorders and holds several patents related to spinal devices which he hopes will one day improve patients quality of life. Dr. Sybert was recently appointed to the Ohio University Foundation Board of Trustees.
To relax, Dr. Sybert enjoys triathlon training and alpine skiing with his family in the Wyoming back country. He has finished multiple Full IronMan endurance triathalons.
Dr. Sybert treats patients at the OrthoNeuro New Albany and Pickerington locations. His executive assistant can be reached at 614-839-2121.
- Board Certifcation
American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Certificate #1164, 12-14-96
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; B.S.
- Medical School
Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, Ohio; D.O.
Sinai Hospital, Detroit, MI; General Surgery
Doctor’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio; Orthopedic Surgery
Cleveland International Spine Center; Cleveland, Ohio; Spine
Donnie Miller PA-C
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio: BS
Kettering College of Medical Arts, Dayton, Ohio;Physician Assistant Program
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Lincoln, Nebraska; Masters Degree
Donnie has worked with Dr. Daryl Sybert since 1999.
Ratings and Comments
4.5 out of 5 (8 comments)
In particular, Don Miller, PA to Dr Sybert, was outstanding. I had more face to face contact with the PA than the doctor—which was fine. He was excellent.
My pre surgery appointment for evaluation required me to wait for approximately 2 hours before I got in to see Dr. Sybert. I don’t know what happened that morning, but I thought the waiting time was excessive. Surgery day and post op appointments were fine.
Very professional experience… we need you to consider establishing an office in Lima, Ohio.
I’ll be on the table 2=14=2018 this will be the 4th time with Dr. Sybert. The back in this old body is a mess but Dr. Sybert has keep me mobile and almost pain free. Thanks to Dr.Sybert’s skillful hands and that angel that sits on his shoulder, I feel like the All-State people.I’AM in good HANDS.
This was my third surgery at New Albany and many Dr visits and all have been excellent experiences.
I can’t begin to explain how wonderful my whole experience with OrthoNeuro was, and is to come. I will continue to tell anyone who asks me , what positive and excellent care I received. From the first time I walked into Dr. Sybert’s office, his staff, office ,hospital preparations for surgery, the entire hospital staff, their compassion and the care I got from all of the people who took care of me was outstanding. I was a bit overwhelmed with going far from home for major back surgery, but not anymore. I have recovered fully, and finally have my life free from pain.
I am also in need of a knee replacement and Dr. Sybert already set me up with one of the Drs. in Dublin which is much closer for me to travel, and I still with the choice of New Albany or Dublin for the surgery. I have no reservations what so ever about any surgery. I met with Dr. Palmer in Dublin and felt as though I had been to him many times before. So Wonderful to feel so well taken care of.
I truly feel like a POSTER CHILD for New Albany OrthoNeuro. Can’t say enough about it. Thank you so much for making my visits and experience the best it could have been.
I am very grateful to Dr. Sybert for being honest with me and for referring me to Dr. Chen. My doctor in Lima told me I needed surgery, the sooner the better, and Dr. Sybert told me the opposite. He is so calm and kind and easy to understand. I have so much confidence in him and trust his judgment.
Dr Sybert was the only doctor who requested additional testing to provide an accurate diagnosis. 2 Hospitals could not make a diagnosis of bilateral Fracture. He and Dr. Whitehead at Ortho Neuro Urgent were both caring and concerned