T. Scott Woll
T. Scott Woll, M.D., is an orthopedist with a sub-specialty in foot, ankle and fracture surgery. Dr. Woll likes to match treatment to the personal needs of his patients by making historical, medical, and biomechanics evaluations. He believes that proper management of an injury may utilize both non-operative and operative measures.
In his spare time, Dr. Woll enjoys bicycling, camping, fishing and skiing with his family.
|Medical School:||University of Southern California, 1977-1981|
|Internship:||General Surgery, 1981-1983
University of California Hospital, Irvine
|Residency:||Orthopedic Surgery, 1986-1990
Oregon Health Sciences University
|Fellowship:||Foot and Ankle, 1990-1991
University of Washington
|Board Certified:||American Board of Orthopedic Surgery|
|Hospital Affiliations:||PeaceHeath Southwest Medical Center
Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital
|Awards:||Best Doctors in America: 1996-2012|
Blessed to have had the best doctor and staff
Walking and Enjoying Life Thanks to Dr. Woll
Amazing work Dr. Woll and Rebound staff!
A major concern was that the last time I had seen Dr. Woll, he had estimated that ankle joint replacement surgery was still five years in the future. Thinking that it had only been three years since I’d heard Dr. Woll’s estimate, I concluded that amputation was my only viable option. When Dr. Woll saw me in clinic a few days after my call for an appointment, he smiled when he heard my request and told me he was very pleased with the newly FDA-approved STAR ankle prosthesis, and offered me a joint replacement surgery. It had indeed been five years since my last visit.
Ten days later, I was admitted to the hospital for surgery. At 11:00 AM the next morning, I was in a friend’s car, discharged home, in far less pain than I’d lived with for the past 27 years. Six weeks after the operation, I was back to work (on a knee scooter, for sure, but working). Seven weeks after surgery, I was off all pain medication.
I knew, when I requested surgery, that Dr. Woll was on orders with the US Army to return to Active Duty (for his fourth deployment overseas!). In his absence, Dr. Woll left me in the capable hands of Dr. Pierce and the Rebound staff, all of whom did a phenomenal job in my post-op care. With each and every visit to any of the Rebound offices, I was met and assisted by distinctively pleasant, skilled receptionists, patient services representatives, x-ray and cast technicians, medical assistants and medical providers.
By the time Dr. Woll returned from service in Afghanistan, I was walking without a limp, working full-time without mechanical aid or pain medication, riding my bike, driving…in short, living life to the hilt. To conclude that the operation and post-operative results have been life-changing would be an understatement. There are very few activities Dr. Woll told me to avoid (ex: racket sports), but I basically do anything and everything I want. My quality of life is, in a word, excellent.
Thank you Dr. Woll and Dr. DaSilva!