Dr. Jurek’s specialty is shoulder surgery. She completed an Advanced Shoulder and Elbow Open and Arthroscopic Fellowship at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles and a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Santa Monica Orthopedic Group.
Yes, Dr. Jurek is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in shoulder surgery.
Yes, Dr. Jurek is accepting new patients. Call (206) 386-2600
to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Jurek is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has completed two orthopedic fellowships, one specializing in advanced shoulder and elbow surgery and the other in sports medicine. She treats a broad range of acute and chronic shoulder injuries and conditions ranging from dislocations, fractures, and rotator cuff tears to arthritis, failed previous surgeries, and infections.
While Dr. Jurek’s surgical outcomes are superior, it is her day-to-day interactions with her patients before, during, and after surgery that truly set her apart. She understands the importance of trust and transparency in the doctor-patient relationship, and to that end spends the necessary time to meet with her patients one-on-one during every visit, thus ensuring that the resulting treatment plan addresses all of her patient’s needs and goals.
As a dedicated athlete herself, she understands the vital importance of returning her patients to their sports. As the mother of a little boy and four energetic dogs, she also understands the importance of being able to do the hundreds of things each day that require strong, pain-free shoulders. Her overarching goal is to provide extraordinary medical care to her patients and to return them to the activities that are important to them as soon as possible. For Dr. Jurek, it all begins with developing an honest and informative relationship and dialogue.
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Dr. Jurek’s office is located at 601 Broadway, 7th Floor, Seattle, WA 98122. Check out our location page
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The three most common causes of shoulder pain include shoulder inflammation
, rotator cuff tears
, and osteoarthritis