Dr. Tyler Nathe is an orthopaedic surgeon treating both sports medicine and general orthopaedic patients. His practice has a special focus on arthroscopic surgery and sports injuries as well as hip replacements using the innovative and less invasive direct anterior approach, total and partial knee replacements, and the treatment of complex fractures. Dr. Nathe received his Bachelor Science in chemistry and medical degree from the University of Washington. Dr. Nathe completed his residency at UC Davis, one of the top orthopaedic training programs in the country. He then completed a fellowship in orthopaedic sports medicine and arthrosocopy at UC Davis. He is a recently published author on the topic of sports medicine with articles appearing in The American Journal of Sports Medicine and Clinical Orthopaedics and Releated Research. He was recently honored with an award for his research on injuries in collegiate baseball players. Dr. Nathe has lectured on topics that include complex ligament reconstruction of the knee and shoulder problems in overhead athletes. Dr. Nathe was a collegiate student-athlete competing in soccer that involved one season with Bellevue College and a spring season with the University of Washington. That summer he sustained a knee injury wakeboarding and focused his efforts on cycling. He competed in road, mountain, and cyclocross racing and competed in the collegiate road cycling national championships with the University of Washington cycling team. He is still a sports enthusiast and enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding, mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, and crossfit workouts. Dr. Nathe serves as a team physician for the Bellevue High School Football team, Mt. Si High School Football team, and the US Ski and Snowborad Association. He finds great satisfaction in helping athletes of all types return to action. Dr. Nathe is a proud born and raised Washingtonian, growing up in Yakima. He met his wife Sharon at UW School of Medicine and together they have two children. Tyler and his family are thrilled to be back in Washington State near family and friends. Website: http://www.tylernathemd.comRead More
Giza, E., Nathe, R., Nathe, T., et al. Strength of Bone Tunnel Versus Suture Anchor and Push-Lock Construct in Brostrom Repair. Am J Sports Medicine. 2012 Jun; 40(6):1419-23.