Providence Orthopedics & Sports Medicine - Spokane
At Providence, our team of specialists uses the latest advances in medicine to get you moving—without pain. Whether you’re experiencing pain from a sports injury, arthritis, trauma or another condition, we provide surgical and non-surgical treatment options to get you back to doing the activities you love.
Joint pain can disrupt daily activities and cause you to miss out on some of life's greatest pleasures. Learn more about treatment options for hip, knee or shoulder pain and get answers to your questions.
Pain in any of your joints can keep you from participating in the activities you love. Our Providence doctors are here to get you back to doing what you love by creating customized treatment options that meet your needs and fit your life.
Learn more about common conditions and both surgical and non-surgical treatment options for pain.
Many patients will not need surgery to improve muscle or joint pain from an injury. Seeing a board-certified sports medicine physician should be your first step to recovery. Our team will diagnose the cause of your symptoms and, with our physical therapists and orthopedic surgeons, build a personalized treatment plan. Learn more about our sports medicine program.
At the Providence Orthopedics clinic in Spokane, Washington, we’re devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system related to hips and knees, shoulders and elbows, wrists and hands, joint and sports injuries and tumors of the musculoskeletal system.
You’ll receive individual attention and the best care available – all in a comfortable and compassionate environment. We recognize that detailed attention to your needs is essential to making your visit with us a positive experience.
Providence is committed to keeping our patients and community safe. Learn how we’re keeping our promise during the coronavirus pandemic.
Please complete the following forms and bring them with you to your first visit.
Patients scheduled for total joint replacement must attend an education session prior to surgery. This ensures you have all the information you need about how to prepare for surgery, what to expect on the day of surgery, and what you should know about your recovery.
This education session is available via Zoom or pre-recorded videos.
You should also review the following information:
If you’re considering surgery, you may find the following resources helpful:
You should speak with an orthopedic provider if you:
- Suffer from constant or ongoing joint pain
- Have osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis
- Had a past bone injury
- Have decreased mobility
- Feel joint pain during certain types of weather
- Are unable to put weight on your joint
- Notice discomfort after active sports and hobbies
- Feel stiff after sleep or sitting
- Have difficulty sitting up and down or going up stairs
We provide surgical and non-surgical treatment options to get you back in motion. The right treatment for you will depend on your unique condition and your overall health and lifestyle.
Evaluation and treatment options are covered by most insurances, and Providence accepts most major insurance plans, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Cross of Idaho
- Group Health
- Providence Health Plan
- United Health Care
Please contact us to discuss your insurance coverage.
The Providence Orthopedics Fast Track Clinic offers injured adult and pediatric patients quick access to orthopedic care. Walk-ins, same day and next day appointments are available.
Call 509-789-9919 for more information.
Call our centralized scheduling line at 509-789-9919 to connect with scheduling or an orthopedic provider for consultation.
Providence Orthopedics Fast Track Clinic provides both pediatric and adult fracture care with in-office x-ray services and registered orthopedic technicians for casting. We also offer durable medical equipment (splints, boots, slings, etc.), if needed. Walk-ins, same day, and next day appointments available.
Mon - Thur: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Fri: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.