Zachary Kile PA-C comes to us after 25 years of multispecialty surgical and Interventional pain experience as an independent practitioner. He traveled the country for 12 years working and assisting in surgery some of the most respected Surgeons in their fields from Orthopedics, Neuro, Cardiothoracic, General surgery and Trauma.
Zachary understands patient’s pain symptoms as he has had an injury that required a major lumbar surgery. He believes that patients can overcome their pain concerns and get back to living a productive and active life with simple interventional therapies.
In his spare time Zachary enjoys traveling, anything outdoors and spending time with friends.
Paul Schwartz PA-C, LAc received his BA in Anthropology and Creative Writing from the University of Arizona in 1992. After living in Taipei, Taiwan for five years, he and his wife, Raejune, moved to Austin where he attended AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and earned his Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In 2006, he and his partners opened Neighborhood Acupuncture Project, the first community acupuncture style clinic in Texas. In 2012 he moved to Seattle and pursued another path. By 2018 he graduated from the University of Washington’s Physician Assistant program with the goal of eventually practicing Integrative Medicine. He strongly believes in the benefits of combining the best of traditional systems with modern biomedical approaches to healing.
Brandell Arce, PA-C was raised in Nebraska and moved to Seattle, Washington in 1997 where she still resides with her husband and two children. After 17 years as a massage therapist and running a successful treatment massage clinic, she attended the University of Washington for her undergraduate studies in Biology and Bioethics. Soon after graduating from UW, she was accepted into the MEDEX PA program. Due to her strong kinesiology, anatomy and physiology background as a massage therapist, she quickly developed an interest in pain management. She cultivated her clinical training to include both inpatient and outpatient interventional pain specialties.
Brandell strives to connect with her patients and build a therapeutic relationship based on trust. She actively encourages a multifaceted approach to pain management that utilizes alternative and traditional methods.
In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors with her family, riding bikes, hiking and spending as much time at the beach as possible.
Brittany Johnson, PA-C was born and raised in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She completed her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Gonzaga University, before moving to Arizona with her husband to pursue her Masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She attended A.T. Still University and graduated in 2014. After graduation, she spent several years working as a family medicine provider. She specialized in joint injections and trigger point injections for the family practice before deciding to move back to the northwest to be closer to family. Due to her background in exercise science and experience gained during her time as a family practice provider, she decided to specialize in pain management. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, crafting and spending time with her family.