Dr. Olin is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, with fellowship training in complex total hip and knee joint replacement surgery. He completed medical school at Wake Forest University, orthopedic residency at Duke University Medical Center and a fellowship year at the highly esteemed Otto E. Aufranc Adult Reconstruction Fellowship at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston. This additional year of training initiated expertise in performing a high volume of joint replacement procedures safely and effectively. Additionally, it provided significant clinical experience in managing more complex problems of hip and knee reconstruction.
He continues to actively pursue and educate himself in current trends and techniques that are research supported. Dr. Olin has been active in bringing new medications, new techniques, and new concepts to Greensboro to maintain the highest standard of care for his patients and the patients of the Triad Region.
Dr. Olin has extensive experience performing muscle sparing anterior hip replacement surgery. This technique has proven to provide many advantages surgically, including the possibility of less scarring and a quicker recovery. Dr. Olin is also certified and Master course trained for the Biomet Oxford Partial Knee Replacement since its introduction in the US in 2004.
He is an active member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and is a former President of the North Carolina Orthopedic Association.
Providing care of the highest quality is the central focus of Dr. Olin’s approach to managing his patient’s concerns. He strives to educate patients about their conditions and the treatment options allowing them to make informed decisions about their care. He prides himself in building positive relationships with patients. Dr. Olin values being able to serve his patients and assisting them in returning to their desired active lifestyles.