Adam Olscamp, MD

Doctor Adam Olscamp grew up in Bellingham, Washington. He did his undergraduate as well as Medical School training at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. He then did his internship, residency and chief residency at the Medical College of Ohio. Dr. Adam Olscamp is board certified by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery and is licensed both Idaho and Washington.

Dr. Olscamp is married to his wife Stephanie who is a local nurse practitioner and certified nurse midwife. They are the proud parents of 4 children. Dr. Olscamp has been a practicing orthopedic surgeon in Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls for almost 20 years. He is a Co-Owner, Co-Founder and current board member of Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls, Idaho. 
 

SURGICAL INTERESTS

  • Hip arthroscopy - Dr. Adam Olscamp is one of the only regional Orthopedic Surgeons performing hip arthroscopic reconstructive procedures such as labral repair and treatment of femoro-acetabular impingement.

  • Total joint replacement of hip, knee and shoulder, including the less invasive anterior hip replacement using HANA table and reverse total shoulder replacement

  • Arthroscopic sports medicine surgery including the most advanced techniques in treatment of cartilage injury, rotator cuff repair, shoulder labral repair and ligament reconstruction.

  • Ligament reconstruction of the knee and shoulder.


OTHER INTERESTS

  • Skiing - Dr. Olscamp is an avid telemark skier and was a nationally ranked, sponsored ski racer.

  • Cycling - Dr. Olscamp is an avid mountain and road cyclist and was a Cat II road racer in his younger years

  • Triathlons - Dr. Olscamp is a 2x Ironman and has completed multiple ½ Ironman events.

  • Hunting - Dr. Olscamp enjoys archery hunting as well as occasionally rifle hunting.

  • Fishing - Dr. Olscamp is an avid steelheader. He also enjoys salmon and trout fishing.

  • Family - Dr. Olscamp is a sports enthusiast and enjoys his children’s various sports including football, lacrosse, basketball, soccer and cheerleading.

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