Seth J. Coynor, DO specializes in pediatrics and is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. He received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree from Touro University-Nevada then completed an internship at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA and residency at University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.
At the University of Arizona, Dr. Coynor participated in the Arizona Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (AZLEND) program. This year-long program is dedicated to helping providers develop the knowledge and skills necessary to identify and be an advocate for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, brain injury, and motor, social and communication challenges. As part of his extra training, Dr. Coynor has experience educating clinicians on developmental screening and early intervention, as well as helping connect families with services available to children through their communities, or local and federally funded programs.
Growing up, Dr. Coynor knew he wanted to become either a doctor or a pilot, but serving a medical mission in Central America solidified his resolve to become a physician. While living there, he saw children and families with common and treatable illnesses and realized he had the potential to help people in this situation. Dr. Coynor loves working with children and considers himself to be a kid at heart. He is also passionate about education and improving local school programs.
He and his wife met and were married while attending medical school. Both come from small, close-knit families and love being parents to their son Max. They enjoy traveling, snowboarding, boating, trying new foods and spending time with family.
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