About Orthopaedic Specialty Clinic
OSC Premier Bone and Joint Surgeons of Spokane is a doctor-owned clinic specializing in every area of orthopaedics, including joint reconstruction and replacement, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and sports medicine.
OSC is short for Orthopaedic Specialty Clinic. When we say specialty, that’s exactly what we mean. Our doctors limit their individual practice to specific joints and conditions, giving them an unparalleled depth of experience in their field. For our patients, this means the best, most effective care you can trust, and shorter recovery times.
Orthopaedic Specialty Clinic of Spokane aims to provide the highest-quality specialty orthopaedic care to the Inland Northwest. We strive to be the premier, most progressive orthopaedic group within the region. Our doctors all have the highest level of fellowship training and credentials within each of our subspecialties.
What we offer
We are passionate about helping our patients get back to an active lifestyle through effective orthopaedics. Fellowship training in each of our specialty areas means the highest-quality care for each of our patients. We treat orthopaedic issues from beginning to end. Whether you need physical therapy for a nagging shoulder injury or a complete joint replacement, we’re ready to help you get back to doing what you love. We also offers specialized hip and knee orthopaedics along with research studies helping to further the field. Read more here.
Here are some of the features that make our clinic unique:
- We’re the only orthopaedic clinic in the area that requires every doctor to be fellowship trained.
- We’re the only orthopaedic clinic to offer physical therapy and post-op care on-site.
Why “orthopaedics” instead of “orthopedics“?
We use orthopaedic over orthopedic for couple of reasons. While it’s not the leading spelling everywhere, it is the more prevalent spelling in the Spokane area. And it’s also closer to the original Greek, which just seems more correct after you’ve spent as many years in medical school as we have. 🙂