Sports injury diagnosis and non-surgical treatment
Peripheral joint injuries and non-surgical treatment
Ultrasound-guided joint, tendon, and nerve procedures
Electrodiagnostic medicine:needle electromyography, nerve conduction studies
Lumbar epidural injections including transforaminal, caudal and fact joint injections
Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine
Dr. Adrielle Fry is a fellowship trained physician who has expertise in non-operative management of sports, musculoskeletal, and spine care. She has experience in musculoskeletal ultrasound for both diagnostic and injection guidance purposes as well as x-ray guided procedures for musculoskeletal and spine care. Dr. Fry can provide regenerative medicine approaches (such as platelet rich plasma) for tendon and joint issues as appropriate. She is also passionate about providing concussion care and education for patients.
I am a firm believer in the patient-doctor relationship being one of teamwork and collaboration. Learning more about my patients to help tailor their care and then providing them with education to empower them to help make decisions about their care is something I find extremely rewarding. My goal is to provide whatever treatment, guidance, and resources are required to get my patients back to the activities they love, be it elite athletics, a short day hike, or just a pain-free day at the park with the grandkids.
My passion for sports and sports medicine comes from my father. An accomplished marathoner, he taught me the importance of hard work, dedication, and just how devastating any injury can be. These early life lessons, combined with my own academic and athletic pursuits, have helped to shape my life and have culminated in dedicating my career to helping others stay active and return to those activities that enrich their lives.
As a native of Houston, I am still in awe of the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and enjoy exploring the area with my husband. If not out running, hiking, or covering a local sporting event, you will likely find us walking in our neighborhood to try out a new coffee shop or restaurant. I am also an avid reader of both fiction and non-fiction and am always on the hunt for the next great read.
In the Community
An avid runner, Dr. Fry enjoys participating annually providing medical care for the Seattle Marathon and the Rock 'n' Roll Seattle Marathon. She also cares for young athletes at Ballard High School and serves as the current team physician for Lake Washington High School. Additionally, Dr. Fry gives her time and enjoys working with adaptive athletes for the Seattle Slam quad rugby tournament, Seattle Slam wheelchair basketball and the National Veteran's Wheelchair Games.
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Medical School | Houston, TX
University of Washington | Seattle, WA
University of Washington, Sports Medicine | Seattle, WA
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Reviewed on October 4, 2019 Dr Fry is a v ery caring professional and is concerned and thoughtful in her treatment. as well as her staff
Reviewed on September 10, 2019 I have no complaints about my provider.
Reviewed on September 10, 2019 I absolutely loved Dr. Fry! in every part of her care I felt confident. Not only is she empathetic her skill at performing the procedure was gentle. Wonderful physician!
Reviewed on July 26, 2019 Dr Fry is kind. She cares and you know it. I appreciate her understanding of the medical, and emotional components to these issues. I love that she works as a team with my oncologist and primary care doctor.
Reviewed on July 24, 2019 Dr. Fry is thorough, knowledgeable, attentive to my needs & has excellent bedside manner. One of the best drs. I've had.