Stephanie Wettin, PA-C, ATC
Hand | Wrist | Elbow
Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
University of Washington School of Medicine / MEDEX Northwest
Stephanie Wettin, PA-C, has the experience and credentials to treat a myriad of emergent and orthopedic conditions. As an EMT and firefighter for the Chugiak Volunteer Fire Department from 2008 to 2011, she responded to a multitude of medical and fire emergencies. In 2008, she attended King University where she played for the women’s soccer team while completing her bachelor’s degree in athletic training. Upon returning to Alaska, she became the assistant athletic trainer for the Alaska Aces professional hockey team from 2012 to 2017. With the Aces, she helped prevent, evaluate, treat and manage the rehabilitation of athletic injuries. She simultaneously worked as an athletic trainer and medical assistant for a busy multi-doctor orthopedic clinic. There she did everything from covering a variety of high school sports, caring for post-operative patients, and casting/splinting acute injuries.
Ms. Wettin joined the OPA team in 2013 and worked as an athletic trainer, casting technician and medical assistant while pursuing a degree in physician assistant studies. Upon graduation, she joined the ranks of physician assistant at OPA.
Born and raised in Alaska, Ms. Wettin spends her free time playing hockey, hunting, fishing, and enjoying all of the outdoor activities Alaska has to offer.
With her EMT, orthopedic and athletic training background, Ms. Wettin is a natural at evaluating and treating orthopedic sports injuries and helping active people regain their active lifestyles.
- Hand, Wrist, Arm & Elbow
- General Orthopedics
- Sports Medicine
- Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
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.