Welcome to Skagit Regional Health Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Finding the right care for an orthopedic condition or
sports injury can be overwhelming. Our team of highly trained specialists
Skagit Regional Health offers a comprehensive system of care. That means we’re not just experts in orthopedics; we cover a variety of specialties and services throughout our health system, so our multidisciplinary team can create an individualized plan that’s right for you.
If you have another condition that requires special consideration during your treatment, such as diabetes, we can collaborate with our in-house experts to address your unique needs. As a system with multiple locations in northwest Washington, our expert care and state-of-the-art facilities are close to home during your treatment and rehabilitation, making it easier for you and your loved ones to make appointments.
What to Expect on Your First Visit
Every health system is different and we know navigating healthcare can be hard. We pride ourselves on providing individualized, patient-centered care and want you to know what to expect on your first visit to help put your mind at ease.
As a new patient, we will collect your health history and discuss your current injury and symptoms. We may ask you to repeat some information, even simple things like your name and birth date, so we know we have everything correct in our system. We will
assess your condition and may order tests such as X-rays, MRIs, CT scans or others to make an accurate diagnosis. We then discuss potential treatments and plan follow-up visits and
Learn more about patient services at Skagit Regional Health.
Second Opinions and Surgical Revisions
If you are unsure about a recent diagnosis or treatment plan and are interested in getting a second opinion, our team of specialists is willing to offer a second opinion on your diagnosis and treatment plan.
Our leading-edge orthopedic surgeons are specially trained to help with surgical revisions. If you had a previous surgical procedure or joint replacement that was not successful, our team of specialists can assist you in finding the best course of treatment, surgical or non-surgical, to get you back to the activities you enjoy as soon as possible.
For More Information or To Make an Appointment
If you have questions about becoming a patient at Skagit Regional Health, please contact one of our orthopedic team members at any of our Skagit Regional Health locations.