Missoula Bone and Joint and Surgery Center
 

Specialties at Missoula Bone & Joint

Orthopedic Clinic, Urgent Care, Physical Therapy, and Surgery Center

The board-certified orthopedic surgeons at Missoula Bone & Joint offer specialized care in many areas including sports medicine, joint replacement, hand & microvascular surgery, foot & ankle reconstruction, spine care and general orthopedics. We also have a primary care sports medicine physician on staff that provides nonsurgical care for all types of sports injuries.

Our physicians and staff are dedicated to ensuring the highest level of professional care to each of our patients. They will explain in detail your injury or condition and present you with all possible treatment options so you can make an informed decision. Our providers will listen to your concerns and take the time to answer your questions. Time and again we hear from grateful patients about the 5-star care they receive, from reception to office visit, to discharge and at every stage in between.

Browse the pages below to learn more about our specialties.

To schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic doctors or physician assistants, call (406) 721-4436 or use our online appointment request form. Our main office is in Missoula, where you will also find our orthopedic urgent care clinic, physical therapy department, and surgery center. In addition, some of our physicians see patients at our satellite clinics in Hamilton, Plains, Polson, and Stevensville. We look forward to welcoming you to our practice.

 

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Dr. Mark Channer was featured on Monday, 16 October 2017 in Becker's Orthopedic Review as an Orthopedic Surgeon to know.

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