ABOUT Dr. Adam Lindsay
Dr. Adam Lindsay is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in shoulder arthroplasty (replacement), fracture care, and arthroscopy. He treats patients of all ages with a goal of enabling them to return to the activities they enjoy. His background as a Division 1 Water Polo player at UC Davis has given him a deep understanding of athletes’ needs at all levels.
After earning his medical degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Dr. Lindsay went on to complete his orthopedic surgical training at the University of Southern California, a level 1 trauma center on the West Coast. His training there equipped him with extensive skills in treating fractures, soft tissue injuries, and performing joint replacements. Dr. Lindsay further honed his expertise through a Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Colorado, where he participated in over 700 cases under the mentorship of globally recognized orthopedic specialists. He has also contributed to the field through multiple book chapters, articles, and presentations at national conferences on these subjects.
Understanding the challenges of returning to pre-injury levels of activity, Dr. Lindsay emphasizes the importance of an approachable and dedicated surgical team in the recovery process. His patient-centric approach reflects his commitment to ensuring that individuals receive comprehensive care tailored to their specific needs.
Dr. Lindsay enjoys adventures with his wife, Rachelle, children, Addison and Everett, and dog, Khione. He seizes every opportunity to mountain bike and ski, both on resort and in the backcountry, and enjoys playing golf where he describes his game as at best, okay.