We believe that supporting local organizations is important in creating a better community.
Everett Silvertips Team Doctors
Official team doctors. EBJ Proliance Surgeons has a long and successful partnership with the WHL Everett Silvertips, providing medical coverage for home games.Everett Silvertips
Imagine Children’s Museum
Free Friday Nights Access Sponsor. Bring your family, friends and neighbors for some great FUN!Imagine Children’s Museum
Schack Art Center
Live H’Arts Auction Sponsor. EBJ Proliance Surgeons gives back to the arts in Everett by being a sponsor of the Schack Art Center.Schack Art Center
Village Theatre, Show Sponsor
Village Theatre is a leading producer of musical theatre in the Pacific Northwest.Village Theatre in Everett
EBJ Proliance Surgeons is proud to support the YMCA's mission of healthily lifestyles, education and youth as a Yankee Doodle Dash title sponsor.YMCA in Snohomish County
Boys and Girls Club of Snohomish County
The Everett Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit organization that prides itself on being “The Positive Place for Kids.” They offer programs to assist youth ages 5 to 18 years of age in developing self-esteem, values and skills.Boys and Girls Club of Snohomish County
Everett Merchants Baseball, Free Kids Clinic Sponsor
Boys and girls ages 7 to 12 years old participate in the annual Everett Merchants FREE baseball clinic. EBJ Proliance Surgeons sponsorship gives aspiring baseball players the opportunity to improve and watch Everett Merchants baseball.Everett Merchants Baseball
About EBJ Proliance Surgeons
We at EBJ Proliance Surgeons are proud to be associated with the following organizations!
Ask The Surgeon Shows
On this segment of Ask The Surgeon Doctor Mason goes over typical injuries seen on baseball players starting in little league on up to the Everett Aqua Sox and the pro's.
Spine expert John Pryor, MD talks about the spinal chord, what is it and ways that your spine can be injured.
Peter Kinahan, MD talks about the rotator cuff, diagnosis and the latest treatment to be pain free at work or play.