Dr. Brian McInnes
Dr. McInnes joined the Foot& Ankle Center of Wenatchee in 2019 after 21 years in Seattle where he practiced at Virginia Mason Medical Center and the University of Washington. With kids heading off to college the sunny side came calling!
Dr. McInnes grew up in northern California and completed his undergraduate studies at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. He then went to podiatric medical school at the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco, earning his doctorate in 1995. Dr. McInnes did his residency at the nationally-renowned Northwest Podiatric Surgical Residency program in Seattle followed by fellowship training in Podiatric Sports Medicine at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle.
Over the last 21 years Dr. McInnes has practiced at the Virginia Mason Sports Medicine Center and The Sports Medicine Clinic at the University of Washington/Northwest Hospital. During that time he served as Chief of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery at Virginia Mason, Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship at Virginia Mason, a member of the Residency Training Committee at the Northwest Podiatric Surgical Residency, and on the Board of Advisors for the Northwest Podiatric Foundation for Education & Research. In 2007, Dr. McInnes was chosen as the “Podiatric Physician of the Year” by his colleagues in the state of Washington.
Dr. McInnes provides comprehensive care of the foot and ankle and has extensive experience in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, tendon surgery, as well as foot and ankle trauma. Despite vast surgical experience, Dr. McInnes does everything to help you avoid surgery if possible. He has great experience with conservative treatment modalities and has worked in sports medicine for many years.
Dr. McInnes is a life-long athlete and loves to exercise! He has competed in running, cycling, triathlon, and soccer over the years. During his 30’s he completed 4 Ironman triathlons and currently continues to compete in gravel and mixed-surface cycling events. Dr. McInnes’ wife Stacia is also a life-long endurance athlete and coaches triathletes and runners. His son Jared attends George Fox University in Oregon where he plays soccer. His daughter Jenae is a senior in high school and competes in Cross-Country and Track & Field.