This year, we’re proud to be partnering with our local high schools to support their student athletes during the football season. Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine’s own Dr. Schick and Dr. Mickelson are sharing their expertise with Issaquah High School’s football team.

Dr. Schick is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of injuries of the upper extremity (like the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder). As a former collegiate athlete, Dr. Schick take a special interest in sports medicine and understands the needs of the athlete.

Dr. Mickelson an orthopaedic surgeon with expertise in sports medicine and complex surgeries of the shoulder, knee and hip. He has a passion for sports and was a four-year letter winner on the Lehigh University men’s basketball team, winning the Patriot League championship and playing in the NCAA Division Tournament (“March Madness”) his junior year. Dr. Mickelson previously served as team physician for Duke University’s football, basketball, and lacrosse teams, as well as for North Carolina Central University’s football team.
 

Dr. Schick and Dr. Mickelson are thrilled to serve the Issaquah High School football team.

Go Eagles!

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.