David K Kuechle, MD

David K Kuechle, MD is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in:

  • Complex problems of the shoulder, elbow, hip and knee
  • Arthroscopic/minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle
  • Sports Medicine disorders of the shoulder and knee
  • Total joint replacement of the knee, hip and shoulder

    Dr. Kuechle is a native of Portland, Oregon. After attending Stanford University for his undergraduate education, Dr. Kuechle obtained his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He served his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minnesota, while simultaneously earning a masters degree in biomechanics. He then completed advanced postgraduate fellowship training in arthroscopy and sports medicine under the direction of Richard Caspari, M.D., at Orthopedic Research of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Kuechle holds clinical faculty status at the University of Washington School of Medicine in the Department of Orthopedics. Dr Kuechle has served as an instructor at Masters Courses in arthroscopy for the Arthroscopy Association of North America.
    In addition to his clinical and surgical duties at Edmonds Orthopedic Center, Dr Kuechle enjoys traveling, playing guitar, cooking and spending time with his family. He has been a member of four national champion men's senior baseball league teams. 
    Dr. Kuechle is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.

    Medical Degree
    Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

    Orthopedic Residency
    Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Rochester, MN

    Orthopedic Research of Virginia, Richmond, VA

    American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
    Arthroscopy Association of North America
    UW Medicine Department of Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Faculty
    Snohomish County Medical Society

    Seattle Magazine's Top Docs '14: Orthopedics
    Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Top Doctors in 2015: Orthopedics