Alex Schultz, PA-C
Alex Schultz, PA-C, MMSc
Mr. Schultz is a licensed physician assistant (PA) at ROSM. He hosts solo clinics and assists with other physicians’ clinics. He has helped expand on ROSM’s outreach and expedited treatment protocols for other physicians by diagnosing patients, interpreting advanced imaging, and performing procedures such as injections and musculoskeletal ultrasounds. Mr. Schultz has extensive experience in diagnostic and interventional ultrasound and acute orthopedic care.
Previously, he was a PA with LifeBridge Health Sports Medicine Institute’s orthopedic program and served Sinai Hospital in the on-call Orthopedic Trauma Unit. He performed a variety of duties serving a diverse patient population in clinical, emergency room, and operating room settings. Alex has performed soft-tissue graft preparation and served as a first assistant in a variety of operative procedures with multiple surgeons while serving as the primary provider for post-operative care. He also was the Orthopedic P.A. for the Loyola University (MD) Sports Programs and served in the training room and sideline coverage for games.
Prior to joining LifeBridge Health, Alex worked at University Orthopedics in Atlanta, Georgia where he performed a variety of duties in the clinic and the operating room and served as a team orthopedic P.A. for the Morehouse College football program.
Mr. Schultz attended the Emory University School of Medicine where he achieved his Masters of Medical Science degree in the physician assistant program. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Maryland, where he was a lettered linebacker for The Maryland Terrapins. When he is not working he loves to travel and spend time with his family, including his wife, daughter, and two bernese mountain dogs.