Brent Bowler, PA-C, MMSc obtained a Bachelor of Science at Dixie State University and a Master of Science – Physician Assistant Studies at The Emory University School of Medicine. He is board certified with the Physician Assistants in Orthopedics and the American Academy of Physician Assistants and specializes in orthopedics.
Brent enjoys building relationships with others and looking for opportunities to develop new friendships. When choosing his career, he was attracted to medicine because it allowed him to create lasting relationships with his patients and help those in need. As a critical thinker and a lifelong learner, Brent enjoys helping others understand important aspects of medicine in a way that enables them to make their own health decisions. He chose to specialize in orthopedics because of the opportunity it provides him to see patients recover relatively quickly from sometimes severe, life-altering disorders. Brent loves to be a part of each patient’s journey and strives to empower them to pursue a life free of pain.
When he is not taking care of patients, Brent enjoys spending time with his family, playing sand volleyball, pickleball, watching sports, playing board games, and participating in social activities.
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