Experts in Orthopedic Medicine

When orthopedic or sports injuries affect you, seeing a specialist is critical to keep your condition from worsening and can put you on the path to recovery much faster. Skagit Regional Health’s orthopedic specialists provide high-quality care to patients for a wide variety of orthopedic conditions, from diagnosis to rehabilitation and beyond.

Because Skagit Regional Health encompasses many different specialties and sub-specialties under one roof, our experts are able to consult and collaborate to provide high-quality, comprehensive orthopedic care from the more routine orthopedic conditions to the most complex, including:

  • Knee
  • Shoulder and Elbow
  • Lower Extremity

Meet Our Team

Our team includes expert board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, sports medicine specialists and others who work together across disciplines and specialties to ensure that your orthopedic and sports medicine care services are met.

Orthopedic Doctors

Expert Orthopedic Care Close to Home

We offer inpatient and outpatient services at our two hospitals, Cascade Valley Hospital and Skagit Valley Hospital. Both locations also house orthopedic Rehabilitation Services as well as leading-edge Sports Medicine Clinic Gyms. Outpatient services are also available at the Smokey Point and Riverbend clinics.

Riverbend Clinic

Fracture prevention program begins

Nov 15, 2018, 13:16 PM

Osteoporosis is a serious medical disorder with bone fractures occurring in approximately one in three women over the age of 50, as well as one in five men of similar age. Approximately 80 percent of individuals who have already sustained a fragility fracture do not receive adequate screening or treatment for this condition.

The Endocrinology Department at Skagit Regional Health is launching a Fracture Prevention Program in October to help address this disparity. The program design is based on the National Osteoporosis Foundation’s recommendations to help tailor treatment recommendations to better address the specific cause of bone health disease and to further reduce an individuals’ risk for suffering a fracture. To reach the Endocrinology Department, call 360-814-6315.