Orthopedic, Bone & Joint Surgery and Repair
Pain free living and easy mobility can be yours again!
The Orthopedic specialists at Holy Family Hospital diagnose and treat adults and children with musculoskeletal disorders, and provide comprehensive and highly skilled care for conditions of the bones, joints, muscles and nerves of the trunk and extremities.
Spokane Bone and Joint Repair Services at Holy Family
Special areas of emphasis include the spine, hand/finger surgery, joint replacements, trauma, tumors, sports injuries, knee injuries, motion disorders and congenital defects and abnormalities. Additional clinical interests of physicians include foot and ankle surgery, arthritis, arthroscopic surgery, elbow injuries, fracture care, and rotator cuff injuries.
In addition to surgery, the patient care team at Holy Family includes specialists from several clinical areas—from pre-hospital patient education and planning through, radiology services, rehabilitation and post-acute coordination, including:
- Rehabilitation Services
Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
- Inpatient and outpatient Radiology Services
X-Ray, Open & Closed MRI, CT and Ultrasound
- Emergency and Trauma Services
What is joint replacement?
Total joint replacement is a corrective measure typically used after other treatments such as physical therapy and medications have failed.
The joint replacement procedure replaces destroyed or worn-out joint surfaces with new, uniform surfaces of metal and plastic. Most joint replacements result from a bone-on-bone wearing of the joints, known as degenerative arthritis.
Not just for older patients
Today, younger patients in Spokane can have successful long-lasting hip and knee replacements, thanks to advanced technology, like the introduction of the bony ingrowth prosthesis, and modern techniques of bone and joint prothetic device insertion.
A Holistic Approach
At Providence, our patients are empowered to assume control of their rehabilitation in an environment that promotes wellness.
You can wear your own street clothes during your hospital stay, and your family can join you for meals and group exercise. A day after surgery, enjoy the comfort of a recliner as you begin exercises in the group therapy room.