About Our Doctors

Our doctors are all dedicated to providing you with the absolute highest level of care. That is why all of our doctors at OSC are specialized and fellowship trained. OSC is the only orthopaedic clinic in the Inland Northwest with this distinction.

What Does Fellowship-Trained Mean?

Fellowship training is unique, focused training in addition to typical residency requirements. Becoming an orthopaedic surgeon is a long journey. The entire process takes 13 years: 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and 5 years of residency. Those who are accepted to a subspecialty fellowship program perform an additional year of specialty training in a specific field of orthopaedic surgery to hone their skills. There are fellowships in all areas of orthopaedics: sports medicine, hand, foot and ankle, total joints, etc. Each doctor at OSC is required to achieve this highest level of specialization.

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David F. Scott, MD

Hip and Knee

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Amaryllis J. Scott, MD

Shoulder and Knee

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John R. Craw, M.D.

Hand and Upper Extremities

 

Our team of doctors is also supported by our talented physician assistant, Matt Sutter, PA-C.

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Matt joined Orthopaedic Specialty Clinic after graduating from University of Washington’s MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant program in 2013. He has extensive training and experience as a former EMT/Firefighter working in the Los Angeles area and a background in emergency medicine as an Emergency Room Technician at Valley Hospital in Spokane Valley. He assists in total hip and knee joint replacement surgeries with Dr. David Scott as well as multiple shoulder and knee arthroscopic surgeries with Dr. Amaryllis Scott. He is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.