Ross Uthe is a certified physician assistant at Arizona Bone & Joint Specialists with a special interest in sports medicine and spine.
He graduated with honors from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan, receiving his bachelor’s degree in biology. Shortly after completing his undergraduate degree program, Ross graduated with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies at Kettering College in Ohio. Upon graduating, Ross was nominated and selected by his professors to receive the highly regarded Margaret L. Rodenburg Graduate Scholar Award. This award recognizes excellence in academics, leadership, compassion, and honors a commitment to lifelong learning and growth.
Ross has been working with Dr. Nelson since 2011. He has a wonderful, caring approach with patients. In conjunction with Dr. Nelson, he strives to provide an educational and patient-focused approach to treatment in order to get patients back to their desired activities and lifestyles as soon as possible.
During his free time he enjoys spending it with his wife, Rachel and their adorable dog Chloe. He will also take any opportunity he can to get out on a golf course!
Ross is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA), the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants, and the American Heart Association in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS).