Rockwood began offering orthopedic surgery services in 1951, and
continues to provide comprehensive care for orthopedic patients of
all ages. The surgeons specialize in the repair of diseased,
injured or arthritic bones, joints and spine as well as care of
fractures and dislocations. They use progressive medical and
When surgery is indicated, new arthroscopic techniques greatly
reduce recovery time. Advances in hip and joint replacement include
the use of ceramic and titanium hardware along with minimally
invasive surgery. These techniques result in less post surgical
pain and faster recovery for the patient.
A new treatment option is also available for persistent pain
from tennis elbow. This involves the injection of platelet rich
plasma (PRP), which speeds healing and reduces pain. Many of our
orthopedic providers are also part of the Sports Medicine provider
network working to treat and rehabilitate athletes who have
sustained sports-related injuries.
Referrals can be faxed to (509) 459-1336.
400 East Fifth Avenue
(509) 755-6580Map Location
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Center / Foot & Ankle CenterValley Hospital Medical Office Building
1414 N. Houk, Suite: 208
Spokane Valley, WA
Orthopedics: (509) 459-1336 / Podiatry: (509) 459-1595Map Location
Chad Turner, M.D.
Chad Turner, M.D., joined the Rockwood Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Center in August 2015. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Dr. Turner completed an orthopedic surgery residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN, followed by a hand surgery fellowship at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center. He is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and American Association for Hand Surgery, and a Candidate Member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Turner specializes in joint replacement and arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand; fracture care from clavicle to fingertip; nerve and tendon disorders including carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger and microsurgical procedures.