Biography & Education

I chose a career in spine surgery because I enjoy the challenge of diagnosing and treating spinal conditions. It is very rewarding to see the quality of a patients life significantly improve with proper diagnosis and treatment. I spend considerable time listening to and examining my patients to accurately determine the cause of their symptoms. I encourage patients to be active in their medical care. I enjoy educating my patients about their spine in order for them to make more informed decisions. My approach to treating the spine is to start with the most conservative modalities. I specialize in treating a full range of conditions affecting the entire spine including degenerative changes, trauma, and scoliosis. I exhaust all non-operative treatments before considering more invasive options. When surgery is indicated, I spend considerable time explaining the procedure to my patients and making sure they feel comfortable throughout the process. I stay current with the latest advances in treatment options in order to provide my patients with the highest level of care. I consider myself to have strong moral and ethical character. I treat my patients as I would want myself, my family, or my friends treated. From a technical standpoint, I take great pride in my work and accept no less than perfection. I strive to provide my patients with exceptional care and I am honored to have the opportunity to improve their quality of life.
  • Orthopedics
  • Spine Surgery
Education Background
Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health 2004
Residency: University of Washington, Dept of Orthopaedics
Fellowship: SpineCare Medical Group, San Francisco, CA
  • English

Care Locations

12911 120th Ave NE
Suite H210
Kirkland 98034
Fax 425-821-3550
Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
ProOrtho Issaquah- (Located in the Swedish Medical Office Building)
751 NE Blakely DR
Suite 4020
Issaquah 98029
Fax 425-821-3550
ProOrtho Redmond (Located in the Swedish Medical Building)
18100 NE Union Hill Rd
2nd Floor
Redmond 98052
Fax 425-821-3550
18100 N.E. Union Hill Road
Redmond, WA 98052
Accepting New Patients
Accepting Children



Stone et al. Reliability of classification systems for subaxial cervical injuries. Evidence Based Spine-Care Journal. 2010:1(3): 19-26.

Lumsden BC, Stone AT, Engber WD. Proximal Row Carpectomy for the Treatment of Advanced Stage Kienbock’s Disease: An Average Fifteen Year Follow-up. The Journal of Hand Surgery. 2008;33(4):493-502.

Stone AT, Tribus CB. Acute Progression of Spondylolysis to Isthmic Spondylolisthesis in an Adult. Spine. 2002;27(16):E370-2.

Stone AT, Aronsson DD. Mechanical Regulation of Progressive Spinal Deformity: In Vivo Models in Caudal Vertebrae. Presented as an independent research project through a grant from the Hughes Endeavor for Life Science Excellence (HELiX) program, 1994.


Services Provided
Clinical Interests
  • Orthopedics ProOrtho
  • Spinal Disorders