Bradly K.L. Brown, PA-C*

Specialties: Autoimmune Disease & Functional Medicine Specialist

We are pleased to introduce Bradly K.L. Brown, PA-C, physician assistant in the areas of autoimmune diseases and functional medicine. He is board certified in functional medicine, and works closely with Dr. David J. Bilstrom, Director of the International Autoimmune Institute & Bingham Memorial Center for Functional Medicine.

With more than 10 years of medical experience, Bradly is involved in all aspects of patient care and works with people suffering from autoimmune diseases. He also has clinical experience in behavior medicine, emergency medicine, urgent care, family medicine, pain management, and orthopedics and sport medicine.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Science from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, and earned his Certificate in Physician Assistant Training Program at MEDEX Northwest-University of Washington-Medical School in Seattle, Washington. In addition, he is a certified surgical technologist.

Aside from medicine, Bradly’s other interests include: spending time with his family outdoors, hiking, mountain biking, and fishing. In his remaining spare time, he is a volunteer firefighter in Ucon, Idaho.

Bradly is currently practicing at the International Autoimmune Institute & Bingham Memorial Center for Functional Medicine in Blackfoot. He is always welcoming new patients and appointments can be scheduled by calling: (208) 782-2444.

 

*This provider proudly participates in the Bingham Direct Program.

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