David Fitz, MD, is a fellowship-trained hip and knee surgeon and an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
He believes in creating a personalized experience with the highest level of service for his patients. His goal is to help patients return to the activities they enjoy most.
Dr. Fitz's clinical interests include minimally invasive hip and knee replacements as well as complex revision surgeries. His research interests include clinical outcome studies, health disparities, and prosthetic joint infections.
Dr. Fitz enjoys traveling with his wife, skiing, and photography during his free time.