Dr. Sean Toomey is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon
who specializes in primary and revision hip and knee
replacement. He performs over 300 hip and knee replacement
procedures each year in addition to many knee arthroscopies.
He is actively involved in clinical research on alternative
bearings for hip replacement surgery, and newer more
innovative designs of knee replacement, including performing
the first Robotic Assisted knee replacement in Seattle. Dr.
Toomey has performed over 130 MAKOplasties, the most in
the greater Seattle region. Dr. Toomey has published research
in peer-reviewed journals and has given lectures on joint
replacement topics both nationally and internationally. Dr.
Toomey is committed to using the best techniques available
for patients today, while actively working to improve surgical
options for patients in the future.
Medical School: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine 1994
Residency: The Union Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, R.A. Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Curtis Hand Center
Fellowship: Anderson Engh Orthopedic Institute and Clinic - Hip and Knee Replacement/Reconstructive Surgery