About Inland Orthopaedics

Inland Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Clinic has been providing orthopaedic care on the Palouse since 1990. We provide a wide range of services including sports medicine, joint replacement, arthroscopic shoulder, knee and hip procedures, fracture care and general orthopaedics. Our surgeons are certified by The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and are committed to being the orthopedic practice of choice for people seeking a personal approach to orthopedic care. It is important for us to encourage patients to play an active role in their treatment. We strive to serve our patients with compassion and integrity by providing exceptional patient-centered care through our knowledge, commitment, and attention to detail, giving each patient optimal potential to return to an active lifestyle. We take great pride in treating patients like family and providing specialized, high-quality care in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

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Personalized Orthopaedic Care

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What’s New

The Expanding Nature of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine

“The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a man’s determination.”   - Tommy Lasorda The always expanding nature of orthopaedics and sports medicine continues to bring new things to our practice.  As 2020 has progressed the push ...Read more »

Kinesiophobia and Moving Forward with COVID-19

Blog post – May 2020 With all the unprecedented changes that we have seen in the last weeks one thing is certain - hope is starting to rise. The fight to move forward against the direct and indirect effects of ...Read more »

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