Orthopedic Care Located In

POCATELLO

 
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OUR CLINIC

Idaho Orthopaedic and Sports Clinic founded in 1982 provides expert comprehensive orthopaedic and sports medicine care.

Dr. Steven Coker has been practicing in Pocatello since 1996 and specializes in general orthopedics.

Dr. Benjamin Allen is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who trained at the Mayo Clinic and brings an expertise on the treatment of all shoulder and knee conditions. He has additional expertise in arthroscopic reconstruction, such as rotator cuff and anterior cruciate ligament surgery.

Dr. Matthew Andres completed his fellowship in sports medicine at the University of Alabama. Dr Andres focus is on helping athletes and patients returning to the activities they love.

 
 

IAC-Accredited MRI Facility

Regardless of your insurance plan, you can take advantage of our IAC-accredited MRI facility. We offer hand and upper extremity surgery along with foot and ankle MRI services in our sports medicine clinic.

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Testimonials

Can’t beat the surgery it turned out great. I’ll be back to work less than 2 months and two weeks, Feeling great thanks guys
— Paul R.
The staff in this place are awesome and super friendly! They have helped me get better after surgery and taken really good care of me. Thanks guys!
— Samantha W.
Excellent service, got an appointment quick, and received helpful treatment on same day, which is rare. Very happy I went here.
— Mark W.


 

Our PROMISE

At Idaho Orthopaedic and Sports Clinic our professional staff strives to make every patient feel comfortable and cared for. We promise to address all of your worries and concerns carefully so you can rest easy knowing your health is our highest priority.


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We specialize in Rotator Cuff and Shoulder surgery as well as ACL and Knee reconstruction.

Along with our minimally invasive joint replacement procedures, Idaho Orthopaedic & Sports Clinic offers foot and ankle surgery.

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