Michael Craig, PA-C

Formerly with Denali Orthopedics, Michael Craig has been a part of the Mat-Su area's health community for over a decade. He has served the region as a firefighter, paramedic, rescue technician, emergency responder supervisor, orthopedic technician and of course certified physician assistant.

Mr. Craig earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, graduating Cum Laude from the University of Alaska, Anchorage and completed Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Washington MEDEX Northwest program in 2015. He immediately started practicing as a physician assistant under Dr. Curtis Mina in Palmer.

In addition to back, neck and spine experience gained with Dr. Mina, Mr. Craig has extensive experience in treating traumatic orthopedic injuries both in his work as a paramedic and as a physician assistant. He is skilled at providing quality orthopedic care in clinical, hospital and surgical settings.

In his spare time, Mr. Craig enjoys hunting, traveling and spending time with his wife and two small children.


Physician Assistant Studies (2015)
MEDEX Northwest, Physician Assistant Certification Program
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences – Cum Laude (2015)
University of Alaska
Anchorage, Alaska
• State of Alaska Physician Assistant Certified (2015-Present) 
• American Academy of Physician Assistants (2013-Present)

Mat-Su Health Foundation Scholarship 2010 & 2014

Award based on academic merit and demonstration of commitment to serving the Mat-Su Valley in the healthcare field.

Graduated Cum Laude from UAA – Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences




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