Thomas Bryan Myers, PA
I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
I grew up in Raleigh, N.C., with a soccer ball and flippers attached to my feet. After doing years of soccer and swimming, I was off to the university where I earned a degree as a teacher. I was a classroom teacher at both the primary and secondary level for six years and it was there that I cultivated my passion for learning and growing with families. After teaching, I followed a life-long dream to work in medicine. I earned my master’s degree from the University of Colorado Physician Assistant Program in CU's School of Medicine. Following my studies, I worked in Denver and Louisville in the fields of hospital medicine and later family medicine. During this time I have traveled to Baja, Mexico to support the development of rural health promotion. I enjoy working with the whole family, from children to seniors and I feel so fortunate to be working in such an amazing health model as Kaiser Permanente Colorado. I’m committed to building strong patient-provider relationships and opening avenues for communication, knowing that these are what lead to sound medical practice. My personal interests include mountain bike racing, camping, traveling and laughing with my family.
About my practice
I ‘m a physician assistant who works in the area of Family Medicine. I enjoy working with the whole family, from children to seniors. I see a broad range of medical complaints from managing chronic diseases to your everyday coughs and colds. I support our clinic by doing several procedures including: splinting and casting, suturing lacerations, doing cortisone joint injections and performing skin biopsies to name just a few. I’m committed to building strong patient-provider relationships and opening avenues for communication, knowing that these are what lead to sound medical practice.
How I thrive
I thrive by spending time with my family and coaching my son’s soccer team. I also thrive by training and racing mountain bikes throughout beautiful Colorado. I thrive by backpacking, car camping with friends, cooking and wandering through our awesome farmer’s market sampling great food.