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Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine and Pain Management

Life is so much better when you’re “all in.” For many of us, living well means working and playing hard. So when chasing your grandkids becomes more painful than fun. When you can no longer enjoy walking, biking or hiking throughout our gorgeous state. Or when you’re benched with a sports injury, it’s time to visit the team at ProOrtho.

Each of our board-certified orthopedic surgeons brings a passion for a specific area of orthopedics. Together, they form one of the greater Seattle area’s strongest, most experienced teams treating spine, back, hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, foot & ankle pain.

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  • Common Tennis Injuries and How to Prevent Them

    Injuries from tennis often occur because players exert a tremendous amount of force in highly concentrated areas of the body such as elbows, shoulders and ankles. Fortunately, with the right technique, you can prevent common tennis injuries. Tennis Elbow Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a common tennis injury characterized by inflammation of the tendons …

  • Runners: Beat the Summer Heat

    Summer running season is here! That means longer daylight hours, warmer temperatures and fewer layers. If you’re training for a marathon or just running to stay active, managing the sun and heat should be part of your routine. Maintain a safe body temperature Give your body at least a couple of weeks to get used …

  • Why You Shouldn’t Ignore a Sprain

    Most people expect to have some pain or discomfort when they play sports or exercise. However, there’s a big difference between having sore muscles after a workout and injuries like sprains. Our team at ProOrtho has advanced training in diagnosing and treating minor to complex musculoskeletal conditions, including sprains. Here’s why you shouldn’t ignore this …

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