Chris Maeda, MD
"My goal is to keep people active and help them return to doing what they love."
To schedule an appointment, you can visit www.PacMed.org, or call (206) 505-1001 .
Education: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Training: University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Certification: American Board of Family Medicine with certification of added qualification in Sports Medicine
Medical Interests: Sports and musculoskeletal medicine, ultrasound guided injections
Personal Interests: Rock climbing, running, hiking, mountain biking
Languages Spoken: English
More information about Chris Maeda, MD: Dr. Chris Maeda has been named one of Seattle's best doctors by his peers for the 10th year in a row!
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Dr. Maeda's article, "Keeping Student Athletes Healthy," was featured in City Living Seattle and provides advice on how to help kids stay healthy and maximize their performance in sports.
Dr. Maeda's article, "Cycling Safety," was featured in City Living Seattle and has some great advice on staying safe on the road.
Dr. Maeda's article, "Spinning Your Wheels? Bike Safety" offers some great tips to get you and your bike ready to hit the trails.
What are the pros and cons of fitness trackers? Dr. Maeda's article, Making Goals, Keeping Track, can help you sort through the options.
Dr. Maeda contributed an article to City Living regarding concussions. In his article, Dr. Maeda emphasized awareness as the key to keeping our athletes safe and avoiding potentially devastating outcomes. You can read the complete article here.
Dr. Chris Maeda has been named one of Seattle's best doctors for seven years in a row; he specializes in Sports Medicine. Click here to learn more about Dr. Maeda.
Dr. Maeda's article on fitness trackers, Goal Keeping, was featured in Seattle Health magazine. You can read the complete article here.
Dr. Maeda was featured in the Seattle Times article, "Ski Prep: Don’t Let the Slopes Conquer You." You can read the complete article here.
Dr. Maeda was featured in the KOMONews.com article, "5 surprising hot-weather tips from doctors." You can read the complete article here, on the KOMO News site.
Dr. Maeda was featured in the KOMONews.com article, "“Outdoor or indoor exercise?” Local docs say do what you like best!" Read the article here.
Dr. Maeda was recently featured in The Federal Way Mirror discussing the Zachery Lystedt concussion law.
Dr. Maeda is Clinical Instructor at the University of Washington, Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.