Olympia Orthopaedic Associates, PLLC

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Stephen Snow, MD

Professional Training


Dr. Snow received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. He earned his medical degree at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Snow spent his internship at the Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut and his residency at the St. Luke-Roosevelt Hospital in New York, New York. He went on to complete a one-year foot and ankle fellowship at St. Luke-Roosevelt Hospital and The Hospital for Special Surgery, also in New York City. Dr. Snow received certification from the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery in 1994.

Specialties


Since 1992, Dr. Snow has specialized in joint replacement. He is also the team physician for Evergreen State College, Saint Martin's University and Capital High School. He continues to maintain a foot & ankle, trauma, and general orthopaedic practice.

 

You can also listen to Dr. Snow discuss our new building, services we provide and the benefits we offer the community with Dick Pust.

The interview can be heard in its entirety at MIXX96.com under Saturday Morning Conversation, Oct. 13th.

Provider Forms

Please see the informational sheets below for things we may have discussed in your appointment.

Management of Coumadin/Warfarin Perioperatively

Patellofemoral Syndrome

Sources of Multiple Joint Aches of a Non-Mechanical Nature

 

Office Locations

Surgery Center
Westside Clinic
 
Medical SchoolTemple University, Philadelphia, PA InternshipHartford Hospital, Hartford, CT FellowshipSt. Luke-Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY & The Hospital fo Special Surgery, New York, NY ResidencySt. Luke-Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY Board CertificationsAmerican Board of Orthopedic Surgery SpecialtyAdult Reconstruction -Joint Replacement
Foot & Ankle Surgeon
General Orthopaedics
Assisted ByThomas Preistkorn, PA-C
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