Orthopedic Care Resources

Dr. Remi Ajiboye helped Diane Robinson overcome four decades of back pain and dysfunction with a reconstructive surgery that allowed her to return to her very active lifestyle.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Andrew Foster explains when it’s the right time to consider a knee replacement and how to get through it with minimal discomfort and maximum results.
The new location for Providence Physiatry and Sports Medicine is 1717 13th Street, Suite 401, Everett; conveniently located across the street from Providence Regional Medical Center Colby campus.
Frequent urination can contribute to your risk of falling. Fortunately, physical therapists can treat the cause of your bladder issues and help improve them without surgery or prescription medication.
CARF International has announced that Providence St. Elias Specialty Hospital has been accredited for a period of three years for its 35-bed inpatient medical rehabilitation facility.
Attend a FREE lecture at QVMC on June 29, 2023 at 6 p.m.
For a Santa Barbara woman, distance is no object when it means receiving the best orthopedic care at Providence Mission Hospital.
With warmer weather in sight, now is a great time to enjoy the outdoors – and improve your spine health along the way. Learn how.
At Providence Little Company of Mary, stroke care is excellent and expedient.
New advances allow some spine surgeries at Providence Little Company of Mary to take place with no general anesthesia. They can yield better results.
Dr. Andrew Gomez, a lead physician at the popular Providence Sports Medicine clinic in Everett and champion of non-operative treatment options, says seeking care early is the best option for a full re
Learn more about the important role Providence athletic trainers have on a team.
It’s that time of year when young athletes all over the country are completing their sports physicals. ExpressCare offers options for busy parents.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers earn US News rankings, rated among top hospitals in California
Playing sports is great for mental and physical health. Be sure you’re training the healthiest way possible. Learn more from our sports medicine experts.
Learn the real facts about joint replacement. Will you have a long hospital stay? Will your artificial joint wear out quickly?
Whether you’re 18 or 80, you can follow these tips from a sports medicine expert to avoid injuries and stay in the game.
Get answers and find relief from your back pain with the experienced team at Providence St. Patrick Hospital.
Osteoarthritis, a condition that occurs when a joint deteriorates, can be treated with total joint replacement surgery which, with recent medical advances, is more effective than before.
Low back pain is a leading cause of missed work and school. Learn about the different causes and treatment of back pain, and when surgery may be right.
How having knee surgery at Providence gave competitive walker Bob Davidson his life back.
Student athletes may be at risk for mental health issues. Providence has developed a program to provide resources to athletic trainers and coaches who support teens in sports.
Advances in joint replacement are leading to shorter recovery, less pain and more movement. Find out if it’s right for you.
Blue Shield of California has designated St. Joseph Hospital as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement and Spine Surgery.
Mission Hospital is proud to announce that Anthem Blue Cross California and Blue Shield of California have awarded our Orthopedics and Spine programs as Blue Distinction Centers.
At the Mission Hospital Orthopedic Clinical Institute, you’ll find our team of caregivers is committed to providing every patient with a compassionate, caring experience from start to finish.
The Clinical Institutes share resources across the seven-state Providence Health system resulting in a high-quality experience for patients, with predictable costs and outcomes.
Physical therapy after joint replacement can help speed your recovery and get you back to your daily activities faster with less pain.
If you have an injury but can't tell if you need an X-ray, here are a few tips to help you make the decision.
Good hydration habits help optimize success both on and off the field.