APPOINTMENTS: 208.758.0075

1125 E. Polston Ave.,Suite B, Post Falls, ID 83854 | Fax: 208.758.0076


Welcome to Selkirk Endocrinology in Post Falls, Idaho. Dr. Adam Lyko is a leading Endocrinologist in North Idaho, focusing on the core basis of all endocrine disease. Selkirk Endocrinology is vigilant about listening to patients as well as evaluating, managing, and researching many arrays of endocrine disorders. Endocrine disorders include, but are not limited to, thyroid abnormalities, bone and calcium metabolism, growth hormone disorders, low testosterone, early or difficult menopause symptoms, hirsutism, (PCOS) polycystic ovary syndrome, hypogonadism, sexual dysfunction, infertility, lipid metabolism, endocrine hypertension, adrenal, and pituitary disorders.


Dr. Adam Lyko at Selkirk Endocrinology offers up-to-date approaches to diagnose and treat endocrine diseases with an emphasis on applying health plans based on guidelines in current scientific medical literature.

With any disease of the endocrine system, Selkirk Endocrinology focuses on healthy lifestyle modifications and a “team” approach between the patient and Dr. Lyko to work toward improved health.


Dr. Adam Lyko is a Board-Certified Endocrinologist. He received his medical training at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and completed his medical degree in 2001. He completed internal medicine training at Loma Linda University Medical Center in 2004 and served one year as chief resident at the Jerry L Pettis Veterans Administration Medical Center. He then joined the Loma Linda General Medicine Group and worked in primary care until 2009 when he began endocrine fellowship training at the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center and Cedar Sinai Medical Center. He completed endocrine fellowship training in 2011 and moved to the Spokane area to work in the Department of Endocrinology at Rockwood Clinic. In 2018, he opened the Selkirk Endocrinology clinic in Post Falls, Idaho, where he resides. Dr. Lyko is passionate about helping people improve their endocrine health. When not at the office he enjoys spending time with his family, camping, paddle boarding, computer programming, working out, and playing the piano.


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The endocrine system controls many different body functions. Endocrine disorders may cause a significant range of illnesses that could affect every organ and system of the body. When endocrine disorders develop, too much or too little hormone is secreted by a specific gland because the gland stops functioning properly due to illness, surgical removal or natural causes.

Selkirk Endocrinology in North Idaho, strives to understand the core basis of endocrine diseases and the endocrine system. Research continues to develop more effective treatments so Selkirk Endocrinology can provide the highest standard of care to improve the lives of patients with endocrine disorders.





1125 E. Polston Ave.,Suite B, Post Falls, ID 83854 | Phone: 208.758.0075 | Fax: 208.758.0076



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