Cameron W. Schick, MD
Dr. Cameron Schick is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of general orthopedic trauma and fracture care. He is also subspecialty trained in the management of upper extremity conditions from the hand to shoulder. He cares for patients on the Eastside and works at Evergreen, Overlake, and Swedish Hospitals.
Dr. Schick attended The University of Texas Medical School where he graduated with honors. He was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and awarded the Gold Humanism Award in medical school. After completing an orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Iowa, he received subspecialty training at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center, which is considered one of the best upper extremity training centers in the United States.
Recently, he was interviewed on the subject “What Does a Shoulder MRI Cost the Consumer?” where his expertise was published in the Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research publication.
In addition to the treatment of general orthopedic injuries, such as fracture care, Dr. Schick’s area of expertise is any injury or disorder of the upper extremity, including treatment of the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, and shoulder. As a former collegiate athlete himself, Dr. Schick is also interested in treating sports related injuries of the upper extremity, including arthroscopy of the wrist, elbow, and shoulder. He is a team physician for the Issaquah High School football team and understands the needs and desires of the athlete. Additionally, he received specialty training in microvascular surgery and is capable of small vessel and nerve repair.
Dr. Schick is committed to an outstanding patient experience with the most up-to-date surgical techniques, a thorough understanding of the patient’s needs, and heartfelt care. He does not rely on physician assistants for patient care and you can be assured that Dr. Schick will treat you at each appointment.