(509) 487-8000 | 124 E Rowan Ave #202, Spokane, WA 99207
Concussions are more common than once thought. I am nationally certified in evaluating & monitoring concussion symptoms. I also help patients who aren’t sure where to start with a full evaluation of their injury & what steps to take next.
My specialty allows me to conduct a thorough, musculoskeletal exam to identify the various causes of neck and back injury and pain. Only then, can I prescribe the next step in treatment or advanced diagnostic testing. In this way, many needless procedures can be avoided, and the patient’s suffering minimized.
I am also nationally certified in concussion screening and monitoring of symptoms.
My training also allows me to treat certain types of stubborn headaches, post-injury, and myofascial pain, with interventions under ultrasound.
Stacia Reagan is originally from the town of Craig on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska. She moved to Cheney, Washington to attend Eastern Washington University. Stacia completed a technical certificate as a Medical Assistant while also earning her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice. Stacia co-authored the Pearson Comprehensive Medical Assistant textbook in 2010 while pursuing her Master's degree in Adult Education. Stacia has worked for the Community Colleges of Spokane as a director of the Medical Assistant program from 2005-2015 and continues to teach for the program. Stacia completed her Physician Assistant Master of Clinical Health Science degree with the University of Washington, MEDEX program in 2017.
Stacia is a current member of National Educators Association (2005-present), Washington Academy of Physician Assistants (2015-present), and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (2015-present). Stacia enjoys soccer, distance running, triathlons, and is an ardent Seahawks fan.