Robin Madsen, MD

Personal Statement

My own orthopedic injuries shaped my desire to provide exceptional orthopedic care to my patients, keeping them as active and pain free as possible. My philosophy is that medicine is a collaborative effort to understand patient treatment goals and provide both operative and non-operative options to reach those goals. I have been practicing general orthopedics in Everett for 15 years and enjoy treating injuries of the shoulder, knee, wrist, hand and general fracture care.

I am passionate about lifestyle medicine and treatments that stimulate our own stem cells. I also have experience using bone marrow stem cells and platelet rich plasma to promote healing. I look forward to helping you improve your joint injuries and appreciate the opportunity to work with the fine surgeons at EBJ, continuing the excellent care patients have come to expect from Proliance Surgeons.

Board Certification


American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Clinical Focus

Shoulder and knee arthroscopy, hand and wrist injuries, pediatric and adult fracture care, regenerative medicine.

Education

Undergraduate Degree
Hahnemann University Medical School

Medical Degree
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Internship

Residency Training
University of Louisville Orthopedic Surgery Residency

Fellowship
Training at Klienert and Kutz Hand Care Center

Affiliations

  • Providence Hospital
  • Swedish Hospital
  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS)
  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AOSSM)
  • Washington State Medical Association (WSMA)

Hobbies

Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, nutrition, photography and spending time with my two amazing children, husband and dog.