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Seth Spraggins, PA-C



Seth Spraggins, PA-C, earned his B.S. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with Honors in Neuroscience in 1997, followed by an M.S. in Surgical PA Studies.

Prior to working as a board-certified Physician Assistant, Seth worked as a Research Assistant within UAB’s Graduate Neuroscience program. His focus was on centralized chronic pain and related pharmacology development. He also spent time working in forensic biology, DNA analysis, and is currently a sworn US military officer.

Seth began working as a PA in 2006 while completing his surgical training, and arrived in Huntsville in 2008 after obtaining his board certification through the National Committee for Certification of Physician Assistants. He has focused on brain and spine trauma, as well as degenerative diseases affecting the spine. Some of his personal interests in medicine center on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the spine, as well as chronic pain syndromes related to spinal cord dysfunction. He also spent two years providing care at Huntsville Hospital as a Hospitalist before he was welcomed at The Orthopedic Center in early 2014. Since then he has focused on providing high quality spine care using a multidisciplinary approach to nonsurgical and surgical treatment of spine diseases.

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