Todd A. Borus, M.D., is an orthopedic surgeon with subspecialty interest in arthritis and joint replacement surgery. Dr. Borus believes in a multifaceted approach to patient care, including a thorough understanding of the patient’s needs, use of modern diagnostic modalities, treatment with appropriate conservative measures, and advanced surgical reconstructive techniques when indicated. This approach requires expert knowledge of a patient’s problems and effective state-of-the-art treatment solutions.
His fellowship training in adult reconstructive and joint replacement surgery allows Dr. Borus to care for a wide spectrum of joint disease from the initial onset of cartilage degradation to complex joint replacement surgery.
Dr. Borus is a national leader in Makoplasty, robotic assisted joint replacement surgery. He was the first surgeon in the region to utilize the technology in 2009, and has performed more of these procedures than any surgeon in the Pacific Northwest (over 1000 cases). He currently teaches Makoplasty surgical techniques to US and international surgeons, both in the operating room and at national conferences. Dr. Borus firmly believes that robotics help deliver increased accuracy and precision to his patients in the operating room. He utilizes this technology for the full spectrum of total joint replacement procedures: partial knee, total knee, and total hip replacements. Dr Borus also has a special interest in direct anterior total hip replacement.
In his free time, Dr. Borus enjoys hiking, biking, running, tennis, golf, and preparing barbeque meals for friends and family.