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Are you looking for a quality organization with a forward-thinking group of surgeons and staff to work with? From the front desk to the surgeons, ProOrtho is a team of experienced leaders in their fields with the singular goal of providing the best care for our patients. Our orthopedic clinic is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, in a premier setting with perks like free parking, staff lunches, a coffee stand, and more!

ProOrtho offers comprehensive benefits packages to support the lifestyle of all eligible employees! Review our Benefits at a Glance.

If you’re seeking an exciting workplace where you can collaborate, bounce ideas off of your coworkers, and get constructive assistance, the ProOrtho team has what you’re looking for. We invite you to join our recognized organization and empower yourself to affect change in health care, while making a meaningful difference in the lives of patients. Please review our current openings for job descriptions and instructions on how to submit your resume.

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  • 5 Exercises to Help Relieve Knee Pain

    5 Exercises to Help Relieve Knee Pain

    Knee strengthening exercises are important to build surrounding muscles like quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves to improve knee joint stability and support. See a physician for recommendations on knee exercises specific to your condition, and if you find that a particular exercise hurts, stop and try another. 1. Squats Squats strengthen your quadriceps, glutes and …

  • Signs & Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis

    Signs & Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis

    The shoulder joint has more movement than any other joint in the body. Shoulder arthritis can make these frequent movements more painful. The two main types of shoulder arthritis are: Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) Rheumatoid arthritis (inflammatory) Osteoarthritis (OA) is typically seen in people over 50 and is due to the wear and tear on …

  • Why Are Your Joints Stiff?

    Stiffness can affect any joint in your body, including your fingers, hands, wrists, knees, and elbows. While experiencing joint stiffness, you may find it more difficult than usual to walk, stand, type, or perform other regular daily tasks. If your symptoms are ongoing, you should seek treatment. Joint stiffness can occur when range of motion …

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