- Physician Assistant
- After watching his brother go through surgery and rehabilitation for a joint injury as a teen, Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino was drawn to orthopedic trauma medicine. He served as a medical assistant and orthopedic technician in the United States Navy for more than a decade before earning his certification as a physician assistant in 2017. His areas of special interest and focus include the care of lower and upper-extremity injuries, administration of joint injections, complex casting/splinting/bracing, incorporating orthotics into orthopedic care, and fracture and wound management.
Osvaldo earned his bachelor’s degree in biological sciences at the University of Maryland in Shady Grove. He holds a Master of Health Studies degree from the University of Maryland-Baltimore, and his physician assistant certification from Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Md. Being part of the recovery process when a patient is injured and helping them return to their activities of daily living are what motivate Osvaldo in his work. When not with his patients, his enjoys continuing his military duties in the Naval Reserve, working out and serving the community as a volunteer.
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