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D Magazine names eight Texas Orthopaedic Associates physicians to its 2009 “Best Doctors.”

TOA orthopedists Michael Champine, John Early, Jim Montgomery, Scott Paschal, John Racanelli, Timothy Schacherer, Robert Scheinberg and James Sterling have all been honored by being named to D Magazine’s 2009 roster of “Best Doctors in Dallas.” This is the highest total of any orthopedic practice in the region, and one of the highest of all medical practices.

Doctors were selected by their peers. D Magazine sent a letter to nearly 4,700 local physicians, asking them to cast their vote for the best doctors in Dallas. In a confidential online poll, they were asked to name two physicians they would send their patients or loved ones to in 40 specialties. Only those with a valid Texas medical license were eligible. An outside marketing firm tallied the results, and a panel of esteemed local physicians reviewed the list prior to publication.

D Magazine is the third-most recognized media brand in Dallas and this issue is consistently the highest selling one every year. To view the complete article, please go to www.dmagazine.com.

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