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ProOrtho Brochure

We’re excited to launch our new ProOrtho brochure. Flip through our brochure to learn more about our services, providers, and advanced surgical techniques at our Eastside orthopedic clinic. Each of our orthopedic physicians bring a passion for their practice to ensure you have the best quality of life possible. Our surgical and nonsurgical treatments help you address your pain, and our expert team can answer any questions you may have.

ProOrtho is set apart by our personalized care, integrating compassion with medical expertise. We know every patient is an individual and always take into account their history, needs and goals. We look forward to getting to know you and helping address your orthopedic health.

If you’re interested in learning more or are concerned about joint pain, make an appointment at one of our Eastside orthopedic clinics to discuss treatment options and how to protect your joints in the future.

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Latest ProOrtho News

  • Congress Addresses the Benefits of Outpatient Joint Replacement

    Congress is now considering a bill that would give Medicare beneficiaries access to the advanced surgical techniques, improved outcomes, and decreased pain that is seen when joint replacements are done in outpatient facilities. H.R. 1453 is a bill being sponsored by Devin Nunes (R-CA) and John Larson (D-CT) that would ensure that Medicare patients would …

  • Better Techniques Mean Faster Recovery

    Despite the fact that hip replacement and knee replacement are recognized as the most effective solutions for patients with severe arthritis, postoperative pain and stiffness, long difficult rehabilitation processes persist for both, even with modern implant designs. At a recent SwiftPath Symposium in San Diego, CA, surgeons compared traditional joint replacement methods to the modern …

  • The Danger of Narcotics After Joint Replacement

    Even patients with severe debilitating arthritis are afraid of joint replacement — and what they fear most is the pain of the surgery, the need to use narcotics and the complications related to narcotics. Opiate-related problems such as nausea, constipation, confusion and breathing problems complications leading to readmissions and death are devastating for patient and …

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