Lawrence E. Holland, MD, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in issues related to the knee and shoulder. He manages issues related to sports medicine, overuse, and aging in addition to general trauma to these areas. His pre-medical education was in engineering, which shaped his approach to these problems.
He treats a wide range of patients from pediatric to geriatric. He has also taken care of professional athletes and earthquake victims in the former Soviet Union. Having come to orthopedics by way of an engineering background, his approach to care is best described as exacting. He looks forward to helping his patients with any orthopedic issue whether it is from being a weekend warrior or that unfortunate mishap at work.
Dr. Holland has been a team physician for the Seattle Seahawks, Mariners, and SuperSonics, and he is a volunteer physician for the Professional Golfers’ Association. He enjoys golf, fitness, astronomy, electronics, photography and fine dining.
BS, University of Southern California
MS, Electrical engineering, University of Southern California
MD, University of California, Los Angeles
Orthopedics and sports medicine, University of Washington
Orthopedic Surgery, University of Washington
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Volunteer physician, Professional Golfers’ Association
Board member (former), Broadmoor Golf Club
Board member (former), The Bush School
Board member (current), The First Tee of Greater Seattle
Team physician (former), Seattle Mariners
Team physician (former), Seattle Seahawks
Assistant team physician (former), Seattle SuperSonics
Seattle Magazine — Top Doctor
Seattle Surgery Center
Swedish Medical Center