Dr. Condict has extensive experience with reverse total shoulder replacement, a procedure used to address the combination of joint degeneration and rotator cuff dysfunction. Additionally, he has experience with minimally invasive surgical techniques and the director anterior approach to total hip replacement. He also performs arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee and is certified in orthopedic sports medicine.
Dr. Condict graduated from DePauw University in 1998, where he was a four-year varsity football player. He received his degree in economics and was a member of the prestigious Management Fellows Program. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2002, where he was a class officer and earned Alpha Omega Alpha honor society distinction. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he worked with the Gators football team and was selected to join the American Orthopedic Association Emerging Leaders Program.
He holds the position of medical director for both orthopedics and physical medicine at Indiana University Health Tipton Hospital, where he also has served as the Vice Chief of Staff. He is also the team physician for Tipton High School athletics. He has served as the event physician for the IHSAA State Wrestling Finals and also has given multiple seminars on joint replacement and sports medicine.
He performs inpatient surgeries at both IU Health Tipton and IU Health North hospitals and outpatient surgeries at the Beltway Surgery Center.
Originally from Evansville, Indiana, Dr. Condict now lives in Tipton with his wife and three children. He enjoys coaching wrestling and football, and essentially any activity that involves family.