Overview

Sean Haloman, MD, is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon. He specializes in hip preservation, sports medicine and arthroscopic/minimally-invasive surgery of the shoulder, hip, elbow and knee. He also performs surgery for general orthopedic conditions and trauma.

Dr. Haloman understands the impact and devastation that injuries and pain have on all aspects of life. He works together with his patients to develop evidence-based treatment plans that suit the goals and needs of each patient. He strives to ensure that his patients not only return to their previous performance or activity level but are also less likely to be reinjured.

Dr. Haloman has a personal interest in injuries of the hip and shoulder, minimally invasive arthroscopic surgical techniques, and hip preservation (the treatment of hip impingement and dysplasia to reduce the risk of hip arthritis). He believes in an individual-based approach to medicine and that restoring normal anatomy after injury is only a small part of keeping his patients active and healthy.

When he’s not helping our patients get back to their active, healthy lifestyles, Dr. Haloman can be found exploring Seattle and the Pacific Northwest with his wife and children, traveling, playing sports, exercising, reading and listening to podcasts.

Education

Program: MD
Institution: University of California San Diego

Program: Residency
Institution: University of Washington

Program: Fellowship in Orthopedic Surgery
Institution: Southern California Orthopedic Institute

Program: Board Eligible
Institution: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Associations

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine

Arthroscopy Association of North America

International Society of Arthroscopy Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

Services + Specialties

Locations

Patient Resources

Your First Appointment

To ensure that your first appointment runs smoothly here are a few things you can do:

  • Bring insurance card and photo ID
  • Arrive 15 minutes early so that you can fill out any paper work that you were unable to download from the website.
  • Bring all medical records, such as MRIs, x-rays or any information that are important to your injury or condition.