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Welcoming Dr. Thayer

Welcoming Dr. Thayer

On October 5th, we welcomed a new physician to our team: Dr. Mary Kate Thayer. A fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Thayer specializes in surgeries of the hand and upper extremities in both adults and children. Dr. Thayer received her MD from St. Louis School...
Welcome, Dr. Cummings!

Welcome, Dr. Cummings!

On September 15th, we welcomed a new physician to our team: Dr. Keith Cummings. Dr. Cummings practices non-operative sports medicine, treating acute and overuse musculoskeletal injuries. He emphasizes optimal biomechanics and exercise-based treatments for...
LIVE: Dr. Boone Discusses Robotic Joint Replacement

LIVE: Dr. Boone Discusses Robotic Joint Replacement

Have you been considering joint replacement? On Tuesday, September 30th, 2020, our very own Dr. Christopher Boone will be hosting a free online discussion on robotic joint replacement. Dr. Christopher Boone, MD Together, we’ll cover the causes of hip and knee pain,...
Welcoming Dr. Arzeno!

Welcoming Dr. Arzeno!

On August 31st, we welcomed a new physician to our team: Dr. Alexander Arzeno. Specializing in comprehensize spinal care, he treats all conditions from the neck through the lower back, and is well-schooled in both surgical treatment as well as less invasive and...
We Have Top Doctors

We Have Top Doctors

Each year Seattle Met Magazine conducts a peer-review survey to determine that year’s Top Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants. This year, the 15th annual review, Proliance Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine is honored to have – once again – one of...

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Your health is of the utmost importance to us. Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine remains open at our Bellevue, Issaquah, and Redmond locations to serve the medical needs of our patients and community.

We are temporarily limiting access in our facilities to only patients, identified and approved support persons, staff, and essential vendors at this time. This policy is enacted for the safety of our patients and staff to reduce exposure to any illness including COVID-19.

Spouses, partners, family, and friends are asked to either stay at home or wait in their vehicle.

Our temporary policy is based on information and guidelines from national, state, and local health care officials. In addition to restricting access, we are following other COVID-19 prevention protocols, including entry screening, facemasks, social distancing, and frequent facility sanitizing.