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How to Stay Holiday Healthy

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Wondering how to stay healthy this holiday season? Looking for tips on your diet or exercise routine to build healthy habits? The doctors at Proliance Orthopedic Associates can help you learn more about the best practices for your health. We provide a wide variety of orthopedic services for our patients, specializing in joint replacement, sports …

Healing Hip Pain: Q&A with Dr. Haloman

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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

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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

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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 …

Returning to Sports After ACL Surgery: The Complex Decision Between Player, Surgeon, and Therapist

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The following article is written by Andrew Merritt, MD. Taking care of injured athletes is one of the most complex and challenging parts of being a surgeon.  There is always a conflict between the athlete’s desire to return to play as soon as possible, and the surgeon and therapist’s desire to err on the side …

3 Reasons to Start Strength Training

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When you think of strength training, it’s likely that professional athletes or bodybuilders come to mind. You may wonder, “Is strength training really relevant to my lifestyle?” While cardio and flexibility exercises certainly have their place, when it comes to effective exercise programs, strength training has unique benefits for your bone and joint health. Strength …

3 Tips to Get and Stay Motivated

Fitness is fundamental to orthopedic health and overall wellbeing. While understanding the importance of an active lifestyle is a critical first step, finding the motivation to get moving is an entirely different challenge. How can you motivate yourself, and when you do, how can you sustain that motivation? Eliminate Excuses Between a busy work and …

To Walk or to Run?

There’s no debate that walking and running are both excellent forms of exercise with plenty of benefits, from enhancing heart health to promoting stronger bones. So, when it comes to cardio, which should you choose – to walk or to run? Arguments can be made for both, so it’s worth considering your goals and the …

Eat These Foods to Speed Up Recovery After Surgery

Recovery speed and effectiveness after orthopedic surgery are largely determined by what we eat. Not only does our body need more calories to recover, but surgery also causes a stress reaction in the body that elevates the metabolism and increases our need for calories. If we don’t fuel our recovery with the proper foods, complications …

Sweat Safely This Summer

Summer is here, which means outdoor activity and summer sports injuries are too. While POA is here to provide you with orthopedic care, we prefer you don’t get hurt in the first place. Whether you’re swimming laps, hiking mountains, or spiking volleyballs, here are some tips on staying safe this season: Gear Up and Warm …

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Latest POA News

  • How to Stay Holiday Healthy

    Wondering how to stay healthy this holiday season? Looking for tips on your diet or exercise routine to build healthy habits? The doctors at Proliance Orthopedic Associates can help you learn more about the best practices for your health. We provide a wide variety of orthopedic services for our patients, specializing in joint replacement, sports …

  • 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. …

Dr. Barrett's Blog

  • 2018 Meeting of AAHKS – Discussing Practice Decisions

    Dr. Barrett serves as chairman of the education committee for the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS), and remains highly involved with continuing medical education. He has been a member of AAHKS since its first year in 1991. As one of the most experienced hip replacement doctors in Seattle, Dr. Barrett performs over 500 joint …

  • Total Hip Replacement: Implants and Other Factors that Affect Outcomes

    As one of the most experienced 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. Recently, I had the honor of presenting at a hip replacement conference in Rome, Italy on October 11-12 2018. At …

  • 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 …