Inland Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Clinic

Inland Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic is a physician owned group of four orthopedic surgeons that has been providing Orthopaedic care on the Palouse since 1990 in both Pullman, WA and Moscow, ID.  All 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.

Pullman, Washington is home to the world-class PAC-12 Washington State University. With more than 35,000 people, Pullman combines small town charm with rich, cultural resources and easy access to breath-taking vistas of Palouse rolling hills. This, along with an abundance of outdoor activities within easy driving distance, including white water rafting, boating, skiing, hiking,  bicycling, camping and hunting, and a 10-minute drive to neighboring Moscow, Idaho make this an ideal location to live and practice. 

Pullman is nestled in the heart the Palouse, a fertile and scenic agricultural region in Eastern Washington State.   Located about 75 miles south of Spokane, Washington, and 30 miles north of Lewiston, Idaho, this city has easy access to larger communities and shopping.    The regional airport in Pullman is served by Alaska Air with multiple daily flights to Seattle.  Another regional airport in nearby Lewiston, ID is served with daily flights by Delta and United airlines.

With two state universities only eight miles apart, the area offers rich cultural diversity coupled with the distinct flavor of small town, rural life. This city is small enough to provide a sense of community, yet large enough to offer the amenities of metropolitan areas.