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Proliance Orthopedic Associates

Founded in 1973, Proliance Orthopedic Associates is one of the largest orthopedic clinics in the greater Seattle area. Formerly known as Valley Orthopedic Associates, POA welcomes more than 50,000 patients each year. Our Renton, Covington and Maple Valley locations offer orthopedic surgery as well as general orthopedics. POA orthopedic doctors also provide subspecialty orthopedics, involving spinal disorders, spine surgery, sports medicine, hand and shoulder care, foot and ankle disorders, hip replacement and knee replacement surgery, and occupational medicine. POA is committed to improving your quality of life with the best orthopedic services in Seattle and the surrounding area.

LOCATIONS

RENTON

4011 Talbot Rd S #300
Renton, WA 98055

Phone: 425.656.5060
Fax: 425.656.5047

COVINGTON

27005 168th Pl SE #201
Covington, WA 98042

Phone: 253.630.3660
Fax: 253.631.1591

Maple Valley

24060 SE Kent Kangley Rd,
Maple Valley, WA 98038

Phone: 425.358.7708
Fax: 425.656.5047

Latest POA News

  • Healing Hip Pain: Q&A with Dr. Haloman

    Dr. Haloman serves a large role as POA’s in-house hip preservation specialist, within our knee and hip services, where he treats a variety of ailments through arthroscopic surgery of the hip, shoulder, and knee. After several months practicing at POA, we realized it was time for a check-up with our newest orthopedic surgeon. Catch up with Dr. Haloman …

  • Earl Thomas Leg Injury: A Doctor’s Evaluation

    As many in the Seattle area have heard, Earl Thomas, the superstar safety of the Seattle Seahawks, recently experienced a season-ending injury when he fractured his tibia during the team’s win over the Cardinals. Fall sports, like football, are a major reason why both professional and recreational athletes frequently experience injuries this time of year. …

  • Know Your Limits to Exercise Safely

    Myth: No pain, no gain. Exercise may help your orthopedic health, but it’s important to know when to stop. Fighting through rigorous workouts can be rewarding, but when you push past the point of injury, you won’t actually receive the benefits you seek. Learn how to set yourself up for success, rather than injury, when …

Dr. Barrett's Blog

  • Recent News About Anterior Hip Replacement

    As one of the busiest hip replacement doctors in Seattle, Dr. Barrett performs over 500 joint replacement surgeries annually. For more information about hip and knee injuries, sports medicine, and more, contact Proliance Orthopedic Associates at 425.656.5060. I had the pleasure of presenting at the 7th annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Replacement meeting sponsored by …

  • Dr. Barrett Hosts Visiting Surgeons

    Last month, Dr. Barrett welcomed Dr. Weijun Wang from Nanjing, China along with Dr. Kuan Li and Dr. Wei Li from Jinan, China. These three surgeons (and their translator) observed Dr. Barrett’s technique while performing anterior hip replacements and total knee replacements. They also observed Physician Assistant Jana Flener’s technique on wound closure. Dr. Barrett is …

  • Stiff or Fused Spine, Total Hip Replacement, and Risks of Dislocation

    The 2018 spring meeting of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons was held from May 3rd-5th in Miami, Florida. Orthopedic surgeons discussed the correlation between spinal deformity, spinal fusion, and total hip dislocation at a symposium during the meeting. There are multiple reasons for the correlation of these issues with one another, but …