Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) is a regenerative therapy procedure that uses cells from a patient’s bone marrow to initiate healing for a number of orthopedic conditions, including osteoarthritis and cartilage injuries. Click here to learn more. Learn More The CornerLoc SI Joint Stabilization System has been specifically designed to achieve optimal stabilization and fusion potential, with minimal surgical invasiveness. Learn More The Minuteman is a minimally invasive, interspinous-interlaminar fusion device intended for the fixation and stabilization of the thoracic, lumbar, and sacral spine while awaiting bony fusion to occur. Learn More

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Our Mission

To restore functionality and provide compassionate care to patients suffering from chronic pain

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Mission and Vision

Our mission is to help people in need with the best pain management services.
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Keeping up with the latest technologies and trends in pain management
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Restoration of NAD+ levels may promote health, NAD+ levels decline with age
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Washington Center for Pain Management

Pain Management providers committed to serving the people of Western Washington

We will continue to be open during COVID-19 to serve our patients, we're also offering tele-visits for videoconferencing with your doctor.

The Bellevue Surgery Center will continue to see patients one day a month for interventional pain management procedures and consultations.