- Masters Degree, Physician Assistant Studies, Marietta College, 2007
- Master’s Degree, Exercise and Sport Science, University of Florida, 2000
- Bachelor of Science, The Ohio State University, 1998
Stephanie Stradley has been a certified physician assistant since 2007. She joined the Hand Center team in 2010. Her role includes participating in pre-operative and post-operative patient care, patient office visits and first assisting in the operating room. Prior to this she worked in the OSU Sports Medicine Center, specializing in disorders of the knee.
Stephanie enjoys public speaking and travels back to Marietta College annually to lecture for the physician assistant program. She also serves as a regional site coordinator for current physician assistant students in the PA program completing their clinical year. Here on campus, she works closely with the physicians contributing to the clinical education of OSU medical students and resident physicians.
Stephanie has a strong background as a certified athletic trainer, a designation she has held since 1998. She worked with the Buckeyes as an undergraduate student, the track and field team at the University of Florida as a graduate student, and served as a head high school athletic trainer for 4 years until becoming a physician assistant. Her knowledge of sports injuries and treating athletes is valuable in the field of orthopedics.
Stephanie can be reached at the OSU Hand and Upper Extremity Center at 614-366-HAND.