Author: Camille Clinton, MD

BEAR Implant for ACL Tear Treatment

The BEAR Implant is the first innovation in ACL tear treatment in more than 30 years. It is the first FDA-approved medical technology to enable healing of a torn ACL. This new approach is a shift from the current standard of care, reconstruction, which replaces the ACL with a graft.

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BEAR Implant

Dr. Camille Clinton is pioneering the use of a breakthrough technology called the BEAR® Implant for treatment of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, one of the most common knee injuries in the U.S.As a former athlete herself, Dr. Camille Clinton understands the desire to return to the sports and activities you love and utilizes an individualized approach to ensure optimal care and results. She will take the time to fully evaluate your ACL injury to determine the treatment option that is right for you. Call (425) 899-4810 to schedule an appointment at our orthopedic surgery clinic in Kirkland, WA today!

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If you’ve injured your ACL, speak with Dr. Clinton today to see if you might be a good candidate for BEAR Implant. Call (425) 899-4810 to request an appointment with expertly trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Camille Clinton.

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Types of Knee Arthritis and How to Treat Them

As we get older, many of our joints don’t move as easily as they did in the past, especially our knees. Getting on the floor to play with children or our dog can be a time consuming effort. They become bored before we hit the floor and get semi-comfortable. Other pleasurable activities like gardening or even getting into a beach chair can be a chore. Let’s discover the most common types of knee arthritis and how to treat them.

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Popping Noise In The Shoulder: Should I Be Worried?

As we get older we may hear all kinds of clicking or popping sounds coming from our body when we get up from a sitting position or just move around. Sometimes those sounds are accompanied by pain and other times they are not. Even if there is no pain, if a popping sound comes from the shoulder, it’s a good idea to get it checked out.

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8 Signs of Patella Instability

The patella is the bone that covers the kneecap and protects it. Its job is to help the front thigh muscle complete your ability to straighten your leg. The patella fits into a groove and moves up and down as the knee bends or straightens. When it slips out of that groove, you have patella instability. How do you know? Here we will describe 8 signs of patella instability.

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Dr. Clinton Named Seattle Met Top Doc 2022

Dr. Camille Clinton has been named Seattle Met Top Doc 2022.

Every year Seattle Met partners with Professional Research Services survey company to poll health care practitioners licensed by the Washington State Department of Health in King, Snohomish, Kitsap, and Pierce counties on who they agree are the top doctors in the Seattle area. This is Dr. Clinton’s eighth consecutive year receiving this recognition.

Seattle Met Top Doc 2022

Help us to congratulate Dr. Clinton on being named Top Doc 2022!

Camille Clinton, MD.

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Dr. Camille Clinton is board certified in orthopedic surgery and specializes in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder, knee replacement and sports medicine. Call (425) 899-4810 to request an appointment at our orthopedic office in Kirkland, WA today!

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What Is Causing My Kneecap Pain?

Is your knee starting to do strange things? Does it make cracking noises when you get up after sitting for a while? Are you having new pains when climbing stairs? Perhaps you have a dull ache in the front of your knee even if you aren’t doing anything. All these symptoms could be new to you, and you want to know: what is causing my kneecap pain?

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