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Orthopedics focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of bone, joint, muscle, ligament, and nerve disorders, caused by disease, aging, activity, or congenital disorders. Moving easily and pain-free is important to enjoying life. Proliance Orthopedic Associates is dedicated to helping Northwest patients return to the normal activities of life.

Why POA?

Our extensive care system brings together all areas of orthopedics to effectively diagnose conditions and provide advanced treatment through orthopedic surgery or non-surgical options. Our experienced orthopedic doctors treat a wide variety of disorders, from strained muscles and tendons to bone fractures and arthritis. We specialize in a full-spectrum of orthopedic surgery, including total knee replacement, total hip replacement, and a broad range of minimally invasive surgery.

We emphasize quality care, patient-focused results, and an appropriate use of healthcare resources. We work with patients and providers to meet today’s evolving healthcare demands and ensure the best orthopedic care for patients in Renton, Covington, and greater Seattle, WA.

Explore our individual services or contact POA today to learn more about the exceptional orthopedic care at our Renton and Covington clinics.

 

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

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    The list of menopausal side effects is extensive – from mood swings, to hot flashes, fatigue and more; and while achy, swollen joints are a common side effect of aging, recent studies have found that they can also be a side effect of menopause. The primary female hormone, estrogen, protects joints and reduces inflammation, but …

  • Studies Support “Weekend Warrior” Lifestyle

    We get it: our schedules are hectic and between working, seeing friends, attending soccer games, running errands, and sneaking in some you-time, getting in the recommended 150 minutes of exercise a week can seem unfeasible. Out of these unforgiving schedules has emerged the “weekend warrior” trend where American adults condense their workouts into one or …

  • Parking Alert: Valley Medical Center Construction

    Attention patients and visitors: Valley Medical Center’s Renton campus will be undergoing construction through 2018 while they expand the North Parking Garage and build a new medical office building. This will impact parking for patients and visitors. If you have an appointment at VMC’s Renton campus, we recommend you consult our online parking map before …

Dr. Barrett's Blog

  • Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement Follow-Up Studies

    In the January 18, 2017 issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Dr. Michael Meneghini and coauthors reported on revision rates following different surgical approaches to hip replacement. They found that patients who had undergone a direct anterior approach, particularly early in the learning curve for a particular surgeon, had a higher risk …

  • Why a Plant-Based Diet is Key for Joint Replacement (and Your Overall Health)

    The incidence of hip and knee replacements is increasing and will continue to do so for the next two decades. With the transformation of healthcare reimbursement to a value-based, episode-of-care model, there will be closer scrutiny of all factors that affect outcomes of joint replacement surgery. Such factors include those on the orthopedic surgeon‘s side, …

  • VMC Hosts Local & International Surgeons

    We have had ten groups of visiting surgeons come to Valley Medical Center to observe hip and knee replacement surgery. We have welcomed several local Seattle orthopedic surgeons, others from around the greater Washington area, two groups from Italy, one from New Zealand, and two from China. These surgeons come to learn a variety of …