Bone and Joint Services
If you have arthritis or other conditions of the hip and knee, Northwest Hospital is now one of your best sources for expert joint replacement and treatment services in the region. UW Medicine Orthopedic surgeons in the new Regional Joint Care Clinic provide high quality, state-of-the-art, safe and efficient surgical care for arthritic disorders of hip and knee joints, from diagnosis through rehabilitation.
The Bone and Joint Center of Seattle
Seattle, WA 98133
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The Bone and Joint Surgery Center is an outpatient clinic located at University of Washington Medical Center-Roosevelt on Roosevelt Way N.E. in Seattle. The clinic provides complete health care and preventive treatment for a variety of bone and joint problems, including complex fractures and bone tumors.
The center has highly trained physicians and surgeons from the UW School of Medicine's Department of Orthopedics, as well as specialists from the UW Departments of Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine, and the Division of Rheumatology. Our doctors are experts in such fields as tumors, bone transplantation, joint replacement, spine and lower back problems, hand surgery, arthritis, and foot and ankle treatment.
Bone and Joint Center
Medical appointments phone : (206) 598-4288 or fax (206) 598-6360
Medical appointments phone: (206) 598-4263, fax (206)598-7095
4245 Roosevelt Way N.E., 2nd Floor
Seattle, Washington 98105
The Bone and Joint Surgery Center is on the second floor.
The building is about one mile northwest of University of Washington Medical Center.
Bone & Joint Surgeons and Care Providers
These fellowship-trained specialists include internationally recognized orthopedic surgeons Dr. Seth Leopold and Dr. Paul Manner, who recently moved their surgical practices from UW Medical Center to Northwest Hospital. Together, they have performed thousands of hip and knee replacements and other procedures, with excellent outcomes.
Dr. Seth Leopold specializes in surgical treatments for hip and knee arthritis. He is particularly skilled in minimally invasive methods of hip and knee replacement surgery, which can decrease postoperative pain and surgical risk and shorten the postoperative recovery period. Dr. Seth Leopold also is a professor in the Department of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at the University of Washington, and recently was named the editor- in-chief of Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, one of the leading journals of his specialty.
“The patient with arthritis and I share a lifelong journey, and I hope to serve as guide, coach and cheerleader on that journey,” Dr. Seth Leopold says. “I care for my patients by actively listening and educating them about contemporary treatments.”
Dr. Paul Manner also specializes in joint replacement surgery, including minimally-invasive hip and knee replacement. His major interests include care and treatment of osteoarthritis. He sees patients for osteoarthritis (hip/knee); rheumatoid arthritis (hip/ knee); developmental hip dysplasia; metastatic disease to the hip/pelvis/knee; hip fracture; and meniscus tears in the knee. Dr. Paul Manner is also an associate professor of orthopedics and sports medicine at the University of Washington.
“Many patients express interest in minimally- invasive approaches to hip and knee surgery,” Dr. Paul Manner says. “I believe this type of surgery, though technically challenging, offers many benefits to the patient, including less tissue injury, less post-operative pain, faster rehabilitation and a shorter hospital stay.”
Northwest Hospital’s joint replacement program also features award-winning inpatient care, including comprehensive rehabilitation therapy, which starts with individualized visits by licensed physical and occupational therapists while patients are still in the hospital and continues with outpatient physical therapy at the hospital’s Northwest Outpatient Medical Center.