Joshua Stam, PA-C, earned a bachelor’s degree in medical laboratory science at the University of Utah. Joshua worked for several years in the laboratory helping with research and developing interpretive skills of complex body processes. He then obtained a master’s of medical science from St. Francis University in Loretto, PA. He concurrently completed his physician assistant certificate from Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, MD. Joshua began his career as a physician assistant with an emphasis in surgery, treating orthopedic spine pathology, and assisting with cervical and lumbar spine surgery. Now under the mentorship of Dr. Hofmann, he continues to expand his skills and understanding of orthopedic pathology with an emphasis in joints.