EBJ Proliance Surgeons (A.K.A Everett Bone & Joint)
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Orthopedics in Monroe
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Office in Providence Medical Building Monroe
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Monroe Office

Welcome to EBJ Proliance Surgeons Monroe Office, an orthopedic clinic dedicated to helping patients regain movement and reduce pain caused by bone and joint problems.

The combination of highly trained orthopedic surgeons and sophisticated diagnostic equipment helps us determine the best course of treatment for each patient. Although one injury may be similar to another, we understand that every patient and their treatment is unique.

Our Monroe orthopedic clinic is conveniently located in East Snohomish County. Unlike traditional hospitals, we’ve designed our clinic specifically for patients with orthopedic conditions. We provide all aspects of care from diagnosis, x-ray and MRI, to surgery and recovery.

Monroe Office Info

Phone Numbers

Phone: (425) 339-2433
Fax: (425) 339-8273
 

Clinic Hours

Monday 8:00-5:00

Wednesday 8:00-12:00

Friday 8:00-12:00
 

Monroe Address

Providence Monroe Medical Building

19200 N Kelsey St. Monroe, WA 98272

 

Monroe Office Location

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Doctors At This Clinic

 

Call 425.339.2433 to schedule your appointment. We have a knowledgeable staff that can help you determine if our office is contracted with your insurance carrier.

 

Ask The Surgeon Shows

Rotator Cuff Treatments
 

Rotator Cuff

Peter Kinahan, MD talks about the rotator cuff, diagnosis and the latest treatment to be pain free at work or play.

Meniscus Tears, Injuries and Rehab
 

Meniscus Injuries

Jeff Mason, MD elaborates on Meniscus injuries, tears and proper rehabilitation for a successful recovery.

snow boarder injuries
 

Snowboarder Injuries

What type of Snowboarder injuries does an orthopedic surgeon see typically in a good winter season in the Northwest. Doctor Jeff Mason talks about his experiences seeing injured snowboarders that are suffering from wrist fractures, hyper extensions along with shoulder separations and rotator cuff tears.