We offer a conservative treatment of joint-related problems associated with injury or arthritis. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, we work with you to reduce symptoms and restore function, partnering with physical therapists to create and implement a personalized treatment plan. When surgery is necessary, we use the latest minimally invasive procedures.
- Partial knee replacement
- Arthroscopic treatment of knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle injuries
- ACL reconstruction using an all-inside, minimally-invasive technique
- Cartilage repair and ligament reconstruction
- Knee realignment to treat cartilage damage or arthritis
- Carpal tunnel and trigger finger release repair
- Fracture care and other general orthopedic procedures
Call 682-6134 for an appointment.
Joshua Schkrohowsky, MD, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with specialty training in sports medicine and ACL surgery. He has practiced in Washington state since 2011 and has trained under some of the world’s leading orthopedic knee and ACL surgeons. Dr. Schkrohowsky earned his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed the orthopedic surgery residency program at The University of Pittsburgh with an emphasis on sports medicine. While in Pittsburgh he served as team physician to the Duquesne University Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams. After residency, he pursued fellowship training in Sports Traumatology at the Sports Clinic Austria in Innsbruck under team physicians for the Austria Ski Team.
Dr. Schkrohowsky has participated in extensive research activities and has published more than 15 scientific articles and a book chapter. He has presented his research at national and international meetings. He has an interest in international medicine having led or volunteered on several medical trips to Africa, the Middle East, and Central America.
Trent Lyman, PA-C, works with orthopedic surgeon Joshua Schkrohowsky at lake Chelan Clinic. He has twelve years experience in healthcare, including time as a combat medic. He earned his nursing degree from Utah Valley University and followed with physician assistant training through the Army’s Interservice physician assistant program, which included orthopedic rotation. Trent is fluent in Spanish. He and his wife have four children. He enjoys the mountains and outdoor recreation, including camping, fishing, hiking, skiing and snowshoeing.