Orthopaedic Care

Hip-Arthroscopy

Arthroscopic surgery of the hip joint is a surgical procedure that has been successfully performed over the last few decades. Recent advances in medical technology and surgical instrumentation have led to a renewed interest in this minimally invasive procedure and expansion of the conditions that it effectively used to treat. However, not many physicians have the depth of experience and specialized training required to do hip arthroscopy. At Proliance Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, we have one of the premier surgeons in the area that is specialized in the use of this procedure.
While hip arthroscopy cannot treat all hip disorders, it is highly effective in treating the following conditions and may even delay or eliminate the need for a total hip replacement in the future.

  • Labral tears
  • Removal of loose bodies in the joint
  • Synovitis
  • Degenerative Osteoarthritis
  • Femoral Acetabular Impingement

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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

We wish to evaluate you as soon as possible. In an effort to do so, we are now offering virtual visits through a secure video-call application. Now, you can meet with your provider from the safety of your own home. Please call to schedule or speak to a staff member who can help answer questions and schedule an appointment (either virtually, or in person if necessary) as soon as possible.

We are prioritizing visits for the treatment of time sensitive conditions per recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Washington State Department of Health. For the safety of you and other patients, we will be screening everyone before they enter one of our clinics. All providers and employees are also being screened twice daily at all of our locations, in compliance with the latest guidelines

To best protect our patients and staff, all providers you encounter during your visit will now be wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), such as masks.

We ask that you remain at home if you have a cough and/or fever or if you have been exposed to someone with these symptoms. Please contact your primary care provider immediately if you have any of these symptoms. We ask that adult patients who do not need assistance come into the clinic by themselves to limit visitors.

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