At Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, we care for kids! Our investment in children extends beyond the care received within the walls of our clinics. Our doctors have answered the call of local high school football teams to have a dedicated physician at all games. With Washington state regulations in place, parents and school officials can rest assured that their children only play this contact sport if a professional doctor deems them fit for play.

The rise of concussion awareness, as well as other long-term injuries, has played a big part in the initiative for higher safety precautions.  Each fall, Proliance Orthopaedics dedicates hundreds of volunteer hours to local community high school sports teams. This commitment brings personal satisfaction to our Sports Medicine Physicians, who went into the field with an expressed interest in caring for athletes. We believe this program provides a great support and value to the schools we serve as well.

For Proliance Orthopaedics Doctors, it’s not only about keeping the kids safe, it’s about giving back to the community and becoming part of the team. The care we give is critical to the players’ experience. It’s the difference between a player getting back in the game or sometimes never playing again. That in the moment call makes all the difference for the athlete and for Proliance Orthopaedics, it’s why we do what we do.

We proudly serve six of the local East side high schools, and hope to continue to grow this outreach program in our community.



For questions about our high school football sideline support, please contact Jody Turner.


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.