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Physician Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery

Originally from Utah, Ryan Bahr is a graduate from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Ryan is a below the knee amputee since 2014.  He elected to have amputation surgery to help improve his quality of life, and allow him to enjoy the activities he loves.  His goal as a provider is to help patients see that orthopedic conditions are not a barrier to their future, but can be a doorway to more opportunities in the future.  He enjoys advocating for his patients, and helping them feel comfortable with their treatment plans, and goals for recovery.  


Ryan is also a Certified Lead Advocate for the Amputee Coalition of America.  Most recently, he was involved in the publishing of "First Step," their guide for new amputees. He volunteers with the Amputee Coalition at their yearly Paddy Rossbach summer camp.  

In his free time, he enjoys being outside. You can find him hiking, biking, zip-lining at any chance he gets. 


  • Puyallup


Undergraduate Education:

University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

PA School:

The George Washington University

Washington, D.C.



  • Traveling

  • Cooking

  • Hiking

  • Biking

  • Zip-lining

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