Adam Killpack recently joined the staff at Olympic Medical Physicians after three years of residency at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, and will provide foot and ankle care, including surgery, to patients in Sequim and Port Angeles. Photo courtesy of Olympic Medical Center

Adam Killpack recently joined the staff at Olympic Medical Physicians after three years of residency at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, and will provide foot and ankle care, including surgery, to patients in Sequim and Port Angeles. Photo courtesy of Olympic Medical Center

OMC adds podiatrist Killpack to Olympic Medical Physicians team

Olympic Medical Center recently welcomed Adam Killpack, doctor of podiatric medicine, to the staff at Olympic Medical Physicians.

Killpack joins OMC after three years of residency at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle and will provide foot and ankle care, including surgery, to patients in both Sequim and Port Angeles as part of the orthopedic team.

“There is something enjoyable in every aspect of podiatry,” said Dr. Killpack. “I enjoy performing preventive care and talking with patients about ways they can keep their feet healthy, and the challenge of trauma, reconstructive, or limb salvage surgery is very interesting. Both can make a significant impact on someone’s life. Anything I can do, no matter how small or large, to keep someone walking pain free is important to me.”

A native of Arizona, Killpack received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, before returning to Arizona to attend podiatry school at Midwestern University. He went on to complete three years of podiatry residency at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle.

After finishing residency, Killpack moved to Sequim with his wife and young daughter to work on the Peninsula, “not only because of the beautiful area,” he said, “but also because of the chance to be a part of the great community.”

Killpack joins Dr. Dekker McKeever as a team of podiatrists bringing foot and ankle care to patients on the Peninsula.

He treats both common foot and ankle issues such as bunions, ingrown toenails, and injuries like plantar fasciitis in addition to performing preventive care and surgery.

Killpack sees patients at the OMP orthopedic clinics in Sequim and Port Angeles. He is currently accepting new patients.

For more information, visit olympicmedical.org/foothealth.

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