Education and background
Dr. Noto earned his medical degree at the renowned Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City in 1999. Following his degree, he pursued further training as a Rehabilitation Resident at esteemed institutions, including Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, and New York Presbyterian Hospital. His commitment to excellence was recognized with the prestigious Distinguished House Staff Award for a Resident. To expand his expertise, Dr. Noto completed a Spine & Joint Fellowship at the esteemed New England Baptist Hospital, specializing in back and joint pain. Building on this foundation, he founded Spine and Joint Center, P.C. in 2007, serving as the founder and president. Driven by a desire to provide comprehensive care, Dr. Noto has also pursued advanced studies in anti-aging medicine, nutrition, exercise, acupuncture, and Traditional Chinese Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. By incorporating these disciplines, he takes a holistic approach, considering each patient's physical and mental status and designing a personalized course of treatment that caters to their unique needs.