Board Certified in Family Medicine, Sports Medicine
When I was young, I dreamed of being a sportswriter, a naval officer and a doctor. I majored in journalism at the University of Oklahoma where I was sports editor of the college newspaper and also freelanced for newspapers and wire services. I earned a Naval Reserve Officer Training (NROTC) Corps scholarship and served on active duty as a lieutenant. After graduating from the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, I was selected for the first primary care sports medicine fellowship in the United States (at The Sports Medicine Clinic in Seattle). I have served as team physician for several area high schools, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, the Falcon Track Club, the Everett Giants minor league baseball team, the Unlimited Hydroplane Commission, the USA Track and Field Team and as a volunteer physician for the United States Olympic Team (most recently at the 2012 London Olympics).
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I fly all over the world to participate as a physician for Olympic trials in field and track.
Oklahoma State University | Stillwater, OK
Grandview Hospital | Dayton, OH
Sports Medicine Clinic | Seattle, WA
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Reviewed on June 11, 2019 DR Adams was kind, and he listened to me...he was professional and down to earth ..very knowledgeable and thorough. I was impressed
Reviewed on April 2, 2019 Dr. Adams is an amazing doctor. He is very competent, caring and always takes the time needed to help you.
Reviewed on February 25, 2019 1. Dr. Bob Adams.
Reviewed on January 16, 2019 Dr. Adams is terrific!
Reviewed on November 19, 2018 You bet I'd recommend Dr. Adams. He honestly cares, and makes suggestions as to what I might like to try. It feels like he has X-ray vision ; ) and sees inside my knee. He also pro-actively ordered a CAT Scan, and then later an MRI so we could better see what we were working with.