Peter Marbarger, PA-C
Back | Neck | Spine
Physician Assistant Studies
MEDEX Northwest, Physician Assistant Certification Program
University of Washington
Peter Marbarger has helped saved people from avalanches, wildfires and life-threatening injuries. He was a firefighter, EMT and ski patrol leader known for getting people out of impossible situations. But it wasn’t enough. He wanted to get people all the way back to living a healthy, active life and doing what they love. So he became a certified physician assistant.
After getting his bachelor’s degree in 2004 from the University of Maine, he took prerequisite courses at Keen State College and then in his hometown, at UAA. Through the MEDEX (medical exchange) program he earned his degree in physician assistant studies from the University of Washington in 2018.
He began his PA career here in Anchorage, assisting in orthopedic spine surgeon, seeing patients in clinic, and managing post-operative care of spine, trauma, total joint and sports medicine patients. Today his is a member of the OPA spine treatment team. And when he’s not helping mountain bikers, skiers, surfers other active Alaskans, he’s out there with them.
MEDEX PrerequisitesUniversity of Alaska
Bachelor of Science, Business AdministrationUniversity of Maine
He is knowledgeable and professional. Also, asks good questions and listens to the answers, responds with relevant follow-up questions and good advise. He is a great asset for OPA!
The OPA team includes Alaska’s leading specialists and offers some of the latest, most advanced treatment procedures available today.
OPA treats a wide variety of conditions and offers comprehensive treatment options — including many non-surgical solutions, minimally invasive arthroscopies (repairs) and total joint replacement.