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Proliance Orthopedic Associates

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Proliance Orthopedic Associates

4011 Talbot Rd S Suite 300

Renton, Washington,98055

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1973, Proliance Orthopedic Associates is one of the largest orthopedic clinics in the greater Seattle area. Formerly known as Valley Orthopedic Associates, POA welcomes more than 50,000 patients each year. Our Renton and Covington locations offer or...more

Background Information

Employment History

Orthopedic Surgeon

Valley Orthopedic Associates


American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Board Member

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons


American Society for Surgery of the Hand


Elbow Surgeons


American Shoulder




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Testimonials for Craig T. Arntz, M.D. I cannot speak highly enough about Dr. Arntz. I am a 75-year-old woman and heard several people say that I was too old for this surgery. WRONG! From my first meeting with Dr. Arntz to discuss my debilitating shoulder pain, he accurately diagnosed me with a completely torn supraspinatus tendon which was confirmed by MRI. I am pleased to provide this testimonial for Dr. Arntz. I have never met such a patient-centered, kind, and caring surgeon. He is extremely knowledgeable and skilled. My rotator cuff repair was fairly difficult, but Dr. Arntz put everything back together perfectly! Dr. Arntz is caring, congenial, has excellent bedside manner, and is very knowledgeable. He explained the procedure in terms I could understand. I am very pleased with my experience with Dr. Arntz. I would recommend him highly. I had a personal referral from our daughter who worked at Valley Medical and knew that Dr. Arntz was a very good surgeon and specializes in shoulder repairs. I found Dr. Arntz and all his office personnel at the Surgery Center to be knowledgeable, professional and courteous to me as a patient. Dr. Arntz repaired my right shoulder in February 2015 and my left shoulder in September 2015 and I can sleep at night now, where I could not sleep at night because of the pain. I have full range of motion and feel that I have totally recovered my right arm with no pain or residual issues. I have been in 18 months of recovery and still doing my home exercises. I am almost a year in September recovered from my left shoulder, and I have full range of motion and sleep at night with no pain. I feel that Dr. Arntz is an excellent surgeon because my right shoulder was not totally 100% repairable but you can't tell that by me, as the right shoulder is fantastic and better than I could have imagined. I would tell anyone that they are in excellent, skilled, knowledgeable hands of the best shoulder Orthopeadic Surgeon in the Pacific Northwest. We traveled 2 hours one-way to get to Dr. Arntz's office in Renton, but we would have gone from anywhere in the state of Washington to get to the "Best" surgeon Dr. Arntz with the great results on my Bilateral Shoulder Rotator Cuff and Biceps Tendon Repair. I am now enjoying my retirement thanks to Dr. Arntz and his skilled team. My rotator cuff repair was fairly difficult, but Dr. Arntz put everything back together perfectly! Over the years, Pauline has had four surgeries with Proliance Orthopedic Associates orthopedic physician Dr. Craig Arntz. She has had two hand surgeries, as well as both right and left shoulder surgery. She discusses how she is virtually problem-free with regard to her thumb discomfort and soft tissue interposition arthroplasty reconstruction procedures. Watch and listen to Pauline's description of her experience at Proliance Orthopedic Associates. I finally went to the medical office at work and was referred to Dr Arntz. I called and had an appointment within a few days. After the x-rays, Dr. Arntz told me that I didn't have much left for a shoulder and asked me if I had ever considered having it replaced. I was shocked. I thought I was too young for this to happen and was extremely hesitant. I had always been so active. I thought about it and talked it over with Dr. Arntz. He told me I would be able to do a lot of the things that I use to do, with little or no pain. He was so comforting and supportive. Thank you Dr. Arntz. Thank you for everything! Sandra I'm 75-year-old patient of Dr. Craig T. Arntz. On April 16, 2013, Dr. Arntz repaired my right rotator cuff. Through that procedure, along with his wonderful associates and therapy that he recommended, my shoulder has returned to full range of motion. I had a shoulder replacement done by Dr. Craig Arntz. He is a fantastic doctor and a very caring man. I was reluctant to have this operation for several reasons. I have had several joint operations in the past, and not with the best results. Because of Dr. Arntz's skills and caring attitude, my shoulder is much better. Since this is my second shoulder replacement, having had the right one done four years ago, also by Doctor Arntz, I had some idea what to expect. I have told Doctor Arntz a number of times over the past 4 years that my right shoulder replacement is so good that I get up every morning and go about my daily life not even realizing that it is there. "Dr. Arntz is straight forward gets to the point without a lot of hupla. "I was diagnosed with a very sever rotator cuff tear and I was referred to Dr. Arntz from my doctor at MultiCare. I cannot be more thankful and blessed to have had Dr. Arntz perform my surgery. He is so dedicated to doing the best job he can for his patient. After surgery he explained how bad my tear was and that the surgery had gone much better than he had hoped. Because of his expertise in this procedure I came through with almost complete mobility of my left shoulder after only 20 weeks. I am so grateful for his expertise in this field and would recommend him to anyone who needs this surgery. We did everything in the way of exercises that he required and that really made a huge difference in my recovery. I thank you Dr. Arntz for all that you did for me. Proliance Orthopedic Associates and Dr. Craig Arntz, specifically, made it possible for me to reenter the life that was passing me by. For over a year and a half people saw me clutching my left shoulder with my right hand in a guarding pose; such actions as lifting an ordinary frying pan or reaching a dish from a shelf above shoulder height were simply impossible. As an independently spirited person, this was difficult, but when I had to pass my first grandchild to others because my useless shoulder could not bear her weight, I knew the time had come to have the total shoulder replacement surgery which would give me my life back. Thanks to the kindness and humanity of Dr. Arntz and his entire operating team, my entire family was as warmly received as I was and well informed as to the nature and extent of my surgery. The recovery process and physical therapy went more smoothly than I could have ever imagined as the exercises worked me closer to my goal day by day. Thanks to the tremendous talent of Dr. Craig Arntz and the team at Proliance Orthopedic Associates, within four months I regained my full range of motion, at a year I had the strength to lift and play with my grandchild and at two years post-surgery, I refer to my replaced shoulder as "my good arm". And decided to see Dr. Arntz again. He repaired this shoulder with his usual excellent skills and dedication to his patients. Now forward to the year 2012. As Dr. Arntz had told me, I was ready for the total shoulder replacement. This surgery was less painful then the shoulder repairs. I have recovered. I have retired from my truck driving job. And am enjoying everything that I wanted to do when I retired. I have no pain. I have recommend Dr Arntz to every truck driver that I know who have had shoulder injuries. His family physician referred him to VOA shoulder specialist, Craig Arntz, M.D. rotator-large Examination and imaging studies confirmed that Victor had bilateral shoulder rotator cuff tears. Dr. Arntz explained to Victor the rotator cuff is made up of four muscles and tendons that blend together to form a "cuff" over the upper end of the arm (head of the humerus). Dr. Arntz explained rotator cuff tears usually get worse over time. As the rotator cuff tear enlarges, affected individuals often experience increasing pain and disability. Over time, the pain may become noticeable at rest or with no activity at all. In Victor's case, Dr. Arntz first recommended a trial course of non-surgical treatment, including physical therapy, activity modification and pain management. When these measures proved ineffective, Dr. Arntz recommended rotator cuff repair. Dr. Arntz performed rotator cuff repair surgery on Victor's left shoulder in May 2008. Victor's right rotator cuff tear was repaired in November 2008. After surgery, Victor's shoulder repair was protected in a sling. Dr. Arntz recommended physical therapy. As long as the shoulder is cared for properly and barring additional injury, the benefit can be permanent, Dr. Arntz said. "Victor was very motivated. Although it took some time, he is now free of shoulder pain and able to do the things he wants to do." Dr. Arntz said. "I'm very pleased Victor is doing so well." "Dr. Arntz gave me back my shoulders," Victor said. Last April, pain-free shoulders and extended winter weather allowed Victor to take on skiing at Crystal Mountain and snowshoeing on Mt. Rainier. This past summer, he went on a six-mile kayak paddle off of Marrowstone Island and also spent four days kayaking around Lopez Island. Craig T. Arntz, M.D.

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Dr. Arntz on Rotator Cuff Tendon Problems POA's Dr. Craig T. Arntz specializes in shoulder problems and has performed over 4,000 rotator cuff repair procedures: Rotator cuff tendon problems are very common and represent the most frequent source of shoulder pain ...

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Craig T. Arntz, M.D. Dr. Craig Arntz is a board certified orthopedic shoulder specialist with 20 years of experience treating problems that often require shoulder surgery, including rotator cuff tears, instability, fractures and shoulder arthritis. Dr. Arntz has advanced training in shoulder surgery with extensive experience in treating the most complex shoulder disorders. Additionally, Dr Arntz is a board-certified hand surgeon. Recognized in the Seattle and Renton community as a shoulder and upper extremity specialist, Dr. Arntz is proud to have had thousands of physician and patient referrals. A Seattle native, Dr. Arntz has co-authored several articles and book chapters about rotator cuff repair and shoulder arthritis reconstruction. Dr. Arntz has particular interest in arthroscopic shoulder repair, rotator cuff surgery and shoulder replacement surgery, including reverse shoulder replacement. Dr. Arntz uses advanced techniques to restore his patients' shoulder and hand comfort and function as quickly and safely as possible. He practices at Proliance Orthopedic Associates' Renton clinic. Outside of medicine, Dr. Arntz enjoys spending time with his family. He also enjoys snow and water skiing, boating and travel. "Over 20 years ago he did carpal tunnel surgery on both my hands; a few years later he 'rebuilt' my left thumb. So when I was having very painful right shoulder issues, I contacted Dr. Arntz!" A. Sharon More Testimonials for Craig T. Arntz, M.D. Clinical Focus: Dr. Arntz is a member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

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