Christopher Richard Boone, M.D.Christopher Richard Boone, M.D.
Bone Grafting, Bone Infections, Bursitis, Elbow Trauma, Foot /Ankle Reconstruction, Foot Injuries, Forefoot/Midfoot Surgery, Fracture Surgery, General Foot Problems, Hip Dysplasia, Hip Reconstruction, Hip Replacement-Minimally Invasive, Hip Surgery/Joint Replacement, Joint Infections, Joint Replacement/Reconstruction, Knee Injuries/Surgery, Leg Length Discrepancy, Limb Length Deformity, Limb Salvage, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Orthopaedics, Orthopedic Infections, Orthopedic Trauma, Orthopedics, Orthopedics/Pediatrics, Orthopedics-Adult, Shoulder Injuries, Trauma Surgery, Wrist-Bone Fractions/Dislocations
- Accepting Children: Yes
- Accepting New Patients: Yes
- Accepting Medicare: Yes
- Accepting Medicaid/DSHS: Unknown
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Dr. Boone believes each patient should be active members in their treatment process and determination of personal outcome goals. This means a range of treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical, are considered in an effort to optimize individual patient outcomesPersonal Interests
Dr. Boone is interested in and has extensive training in all types of fracture care as well as treatment of disorders of the hip and pelvis including hip dysplasia, hip labral tears and hip arthritis. Dr. Boone also has extensive training in treatment of map-union and non-union fractures. He offers a wide range of treatments from hip arthroscopy to periacetabular osteotomies (PAO) for hip dysplasia and also has extensive training in minimally invasive anterior total hip arthroplasty. He also offers treatment of difficult mal and non union fractures with a multitude of options including the ilizarov method of taylor-spatial frame applicationMedical School
University of Washington School of MedicineResidency
William Beaumont Hospital Orthopaedic Residency Royal Oak MichiganFellowship(s)
Stanford UniversityBoard Certifications
Orthopaedic Trauma Association
Short versus Long Intramedullary Nails for Treatment of Intertorchanteric Femur Fractures (OTA 31.A1,A2) Boone C, Carlberg K, Koueiter D, Baker K, Sadowski J, Wiater P, Nowinski G, Grant K. J Orthop Trauma 2013 Sept 14. PMID: 24045436
Early Outcomes of Staged Bilateral Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: A case-control study. Wiater B, Boone C, Koueiter D, Wiater J. Bone Joint J. 2013 sep;95-B(9):1232-8PMID: 23997138
Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Patients undergoing Bilateral Simultaneous Total Hip Arthroplasty Using the Anterior Approach. Boone C, Bahet L, Bellino M. Manuscript in progress
A Comparison of Insertional Torque and Pullout Strength Between Cortical and Cancellous Screws. Bishop J, Boone C, Wang T Behn A. Submitted for publication.
Incidence of Sacral Sclerosis and Arthritis in Asymptomatic Patients. A review of 400 Axial CT studies. Boone C, Eno JJ, Bishop J. Manuscript in progress