Top Doctors 2017: Sports Medicine

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10 Years: Rosemary Agostini, M.D., primary care sports medicine; Kaiser Permanente, Bellevue Medical Center, 11511 NE 10th St., Bellevue, 425.502.3600; New York Medical College, 1981
    
Richard Angelo, M.D., shoulder arthroscopic surgery, knee injuries/ligament surgery, shoulder reconstruction, knee reconstruction; ProOrtho, 12911 120th Ave. NE, Suite H-210, Kirkland, 425.823.4000; EvergreenHealth; University of Washington, 1980
    
Garrett S. Hyman, M.D., sports injuries, musculoskeletal injuries; Lake Washington Sports & Spine, 1600 116th St. NE, Suite 206, Bellevue, 425.818.0558; Overlake Hospital Medical Center, EvergreenHealth; Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, 1997
    
David E. Kim, M.D., Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, 9801 Frontier Ave. SE, Snoqualmie, 425.831.2333; Snoqualmie Valley Hospital; New York University
School of Medicine, 1995
    
Michael Morris, M.D., shoulder & knee reconstruction, rotator cuff surgery, arthroscopic shoulder surgery, arthroscopic knee surgery; Virginia Mason Medical Center, Sports Medicine, 1201 Terry Ave., Seattle, 206.223.6487; Virginia Mason Medical Center; University of California, Irvine, 1981  
  
Leslianne E. Yen, M.D., adult & pediatric sports medicine, ultrasound; Minor & James Medical, Sports Medicine, 515 Minor Ave., Seattle, 206.386.9505; Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; Dartmouth Medical School, 2003

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