Ryan Gilbreth 2016-10-24T13:56:13+00:00
Ryan Gilbreth PA

Ryan Gilbreth (PA-C) attended Washington State University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. After WSU, he attended Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon and completed his Masters of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Ryan brings his experience as a Physician Assistant in Urgent Care to Arizona Pain Specialists.

In his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors playing golf, hiking, camping. He enjoys spending time back where he grew up in the Northwest relaxing by the lake and fishing in the early mornings. Loves to spend time traveling with his wife. He hopes to utilize his training and participate in medical missions both domestically and abroad.

“I try and make a difference every day in clinic. It is our goal as a collective team here at Arizona Pain Specialists to give those in pain back the quality of life they seek. Whether you desire to run a marathon or simply keep up with your grandchildren, we work hard to get you closer to that goal.” – Ryan Gilbreth PA-C

Education

Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies- Pacific University, Hillsboro, OR: May 2012-August 2014

Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology- Washington State University, Pullman, WA: August 2005-May 2009

Healthcare Experience

Radiology Assistant: Inland Imaging- Spokane, WA

Licenses and Certificates

Physician Assistant National Certification Exam, Certified 09/04/2014
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) 05/2013-05/2015
American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) 05/2013-09/2015

Community Service/Volunteer Activities

Volunteer – Hillsboro Free Health Clinic- Hillsboro, OR

Volunteer – Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle walk – Portland, OR

Volunteer– C.A.T Walk/Run (Cancer awareness) – Hillsboro, OR

Academic Publications

Master’s Degree Thesis. Pacific University School of Physician Assistant Studies, Hillsboro, OR – “Efficacy of Colchicine When Added to Traditional Anti-inflammatory Therapy in the Treatment of Pericarditis”- A Systematic Review 8/2014

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