"Mitchell I. Sorsby, MD, is a board certified endocrinologist who treats patients at Endocrine Associates of Dallas in Plano. He was born in Mexico City, Mexico, and received his medical degree with honors from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (National Autonomous University of Mexico) in 1988. After his residency in Internal Medicine at Sinai Hospital of Detroit, he completed a fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. In 1994, Dr. Sorsby joined Endocrine Associates of Dallas as a clinical endocrinologist. He has participated as a sub-investigator in the Research Institute of Dallas. He enjoys using his bilingual skills in both English and Spanish to effectively communicate with his patients. Since 2002, he is repeatedly recognized by D Magazine in its annual feature of “Best Doctors in Dallas” and named in the yearly edition of Texas Monthly that lists Texas “Super Doctors.” Dr. Sorsby enjoys lecturing on numerous topics in endocrinology. He provides lectures to other physicians in the community to assist them in being up to date with the latest breakthroughs. Since 2017, Dr. Sorsby began accepting patients into a concierge practice. This type of practice allows him to have closer interactions with his patients. For more information, contact Concierge Choice Physicians. He has been married to Michelle since 1992 and has 4 wonderful boys (Nick, Eric, Brad and Tim). He enjoys travelling and playing various sports (tennis, golf, ping pong). He also enjoys his time of being a spectator of local sports teams."
"Endocrinology is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine that focuses on the endocrine system: Diabetes, Hormone Therapy, Thyroid disorders, Obesity, Osteoporosis, Adrenal Gland Disorders, and other Metabolic Disorders. Our clinical practice includes Board Certified Endocrinologists and a team with advanced training, educational degrees and professional experience. We focus on specialized diagnostics and treatment, including supportive patient education, to assist individuals in their quest for improved health and better quality of life."