Announcing our new locations in Everett and Lacey
Seattle Spine & Sports Medicine continues to grow and we're excited to serve these two new communities.

Respect. Compassion. Results.


News & Updates

It is with a mix of excitement and sadness that we announce Dr. Singh and Dr. Grierson will both soon be starting their own individual practices and will be leaving Seattle Spine.
Dr. Kadel will also be leaving us and will be joining Dr. Grierson at his new practice.

Over the many years these physicians have been with us, Seattle Spine has truly felt like a family. Like a family, we will continue to support each other during and after this amicable transition.

We wish Dr. Grierson, Dr. Kadel, and Dr. Singh nothing but the very best as they each embark on their respective new journeys!


In-Person Clinic Precautions

Our clinic is open. Please come in for your appointment if you need in person care.

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Virtual Visit Option

We encourage patients to schedule a virtual visit, with the option for an in-person follow-up.

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We offer a personal approach for patients with motor vehicle injuries, workplace injuries, and sports-related injuries. We begin with a non-invasive approach and graduate to more specialized treatment only if necessary.


Contact Us

Seattle 206-861-8200 | Lynnwood 425-361-1122 

Or email to reach our Seattle and Lynnwood offices.

Everett 425-386-0203| Renton 425-800-9757 | Lacey 253-648-1853|Puyallup 253-648-1853



By providing longer appointments, we take the time to understand your medical condition.

We focus on listening to you to understand your medical condition. As a patient at our clinic, you are not just a name on a chart. You have come for help - often in pain or because you no longer can do the things you love. You deserve our focus for the time it takes to help you feel better.

“Seattle Spine has changed everything. I wish I came here a year ago!”


Conditions we commonly treat:

  • Shoulder, hip, knee, and other joint injuries
  • Sciatica and pinched nerve in the neck
  • Spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis
  • Disc herniation and other disc disorders
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and bursitis
  • Other nerve entrapment syndromes
  • Myofascial and neuropathic pain syndromes
  • Post-concussive syndrome associated with mild traumatic brain injury
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