Christopher Boone, MD, is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in complex fracture care as well as disorders of the hip and pelvis. Dr. Boone has strong ties to the Northwest. After playing two years of collegiate basketball, he finished his undergraduate degree in Biology at Western Washington University in Bellingham. He attended medical school at the University of Washington in Seattle and then completed his orthopedic residency at Beaumont Hospital in Michigan. After residency, Dr. Boone went on to complete subspecialty training in Traumatology and Hip and Pelvic Reconstruction at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
Dr. Boone has notable experience in the care of all types of fractures as well as treatment of complex hip disorders such as osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and labral tears. He has extensive training in complex hip surgery including peri-acetabular osteotomies, hip arthroscopy and labral repair, surgical hip dislocations, and minimally invasive anterior hip replacement surgery. He is also experienced in treating difficult nonunions and malunions as well as osteomyelitis or post-operative infections.
Dr. Boone has also been a productive research scientist, presenting his work at national meetings and publishing articles in national and international medical journals.
Dr. Boone’s outside interests include skiing and the occasional basketball pickup game. He and his wife Carmen Betz-Boone, also a native Washingtonian and longtime member of the Washington wine community, live in Redmond and spend much of their free time playing with their two boys.
Special interests: Fractures of the upper extremity and lower extremity as well as fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum, non-unions, mal-unions, and bone infections, as well as disorders of the hip including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), dysplasia, labral pathology, and treatment of hip arthritis with the minimally invasive anterior approach.
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