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About Shriners Children's Spokane

Learn how we transform children’s lives through specialized care, innovation, research and education
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Shriners Children's Spokane is where hope and healing meet. Our highly-skilled team of physicians specializes in orthopedics, fractures, orthotic and prosthetic care, and scoliosis and spine care. We are deeply committed to caring for children and families in our community and beyond. The Shriners Children's Spokane staff sees patients from Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Canada, as well as other national and international locations.

Strengthening & Advancing Care

We're changing lives through innovative pediatric specialty care.

Excellence in Pediatric Orthopedics
Shriners Children's Spokane is a regional leader in pediatric orthopedics. We offer comprehensive care for a range of orthopedic conditions which includes our motion analysis center. Our motion analysis center has state-of-the-art technology that allows us to analyze your child’s movement and develop an individualized care plan based on their unique needs.
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Comprehensive Fracture Care
Our facility offers a variety of care options for the treatment of fractures and orthopedic injuries. Patients with fractures or orthopedic injuries must first be seen by their pediatrician or an urgent care physician and come to Shriners Children's Spokane through referral.
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Pediatric Orthotics and Prosthetics (POPS)
Shriners Children's Spokane is equipped to offer Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services (POPS). We work with specialists to design state-of-the-art orthopedic devices customized for each child.
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Shriners Children's Spokane Offers Unique Scoliosis-Specific Rehabilitation Services

At Shriners Children's Spokane, we have certified scoliosis-specific exercise program practitioners on our rehabilitation staff. This unique exercise plan is intended to elongate the trunk and correct imbalances of the spine. The primary goal is to slow the progression of your child's spinal curve. This program is used to treat scoliosis patients 10 and older, and can be introduced during all stages of scoliosis, including after surgery.

Next Steps

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Families and caregivers seeking treatment should start by contacting us to schedule an appointment.

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Parents and guardians of existing patients can email, request records, schedule appointments and more.

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Physicians and healthcare providers can contact us with questions about our services and to speak to our physicians.