Richard Trump has resided in Idaho for the last 23 years. He moved to Idaho from Rhode Island after being stationed in Mountain Home with the United States Air Force in 1993 and loved Idaho so much, he never left. Rich has vast experience working as a physician assistant in general surgery and trauma. Over the last few years Rich has dedicated himself to assessing, treating and assisting in surgery for conditions that affect the foot and ankle. He is very pleased to be working with Dr. Travis J. Kemp, at Allied Orthopaedics, who offers a broad range of operative and non-operative options for the treatment of complex issues that can occur in the foot and ankle. Rich has dedicated himself to mastering the complexities of diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic conditions. Rich works closely alongside Dr. Kemp to formulate a plan for successful management and treatment. He works to accomplish patient goals, whether it be to decrease pain or to get back to a level of performance that has previously been hampered by injury.
Richard is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.