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Pain in the bones, joints (where two bones meet), ligaments, muscles, nerves and tendons can have similar symptoms and can be treated by different types of providers. 

The Everett Clinic’s musculoskeletal medicine team is a collaboration of providers from various subspecialties across multiple clinic locations. We provide personalized, goal-oriented treatment plans for:

  • Bone and joint care
  • Reducing pain
  • Improving the quality of life

Our board-certified medical doctors have years of fellowship training as orthopedic surgeons, specializing in the treatment of:

  • Bones
  • Joints
  • Nerves
  • Muscles
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We're experts in many areas of orthopedic surgery, including:  

  • Foot and ankle
  • Hand and wrist
  • Elbow
  • Hip
  • Shoulder
  • Spine
  • Knee

Our musculoskeletal team teams includes:

  • Orthopedics
  • Podiatry (care for feet)
  • Hand surgery and therapy
  • Sports medicine
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In addition to the specialties above, musculoskeletal medicine can connect you to experts in physical therapy and spine physiatry. 

Call 1-425-339-5447 to schedule an appointment or for more information. Please get a referral from your provider before calling to schedule an appointment. 

To refer a patient, call or fax a referral to 1-425-259-1185.

What to expect

After we process your referral, we'll reach out to you to schedule an appointment. We'll ask you some questions to make sure you go to the clinic location and provider that will work best for you.

Our locations 

Our surgeons will see you at one of our locations, depending on where the provider is located. If your surgeon tells you that you should have surgery, you can schedule it at one of our outpatient surgery centers.

You'll go to one of our outpatient surgery locations, depending on what kind of surgery you need:

  • Kemp
  • Everett
  • Edmonds
  • Providence Regional Hospital Everett

For surgeries scheduled at our Kemp or Edmonds surgery centers, you can return home a few hours after surgery to heal in your own home with a caregiver.

Outpatient surgery allows you to go home, so you don't have to stay overnight in the hospital. This can reduce your chances of having a problem, such as getting an infection, after surgery.

Our outpatient surgery centers also have lower overall facility fees. This means lower out-of-pocket costs for you, compared to a typical hospital stay. 

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