Miguel C. Rosales, PA-C
Physician Assistant

Miguel Rosales, Physician Assistant
844-496-5247

About Miguel C. Rosales, PA-C

EDUCATION

LSU Health Science Center Shreveport

Bachelor of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies, School of Allied Health Professions, Shreveport, LA
Graduated: May 26, 2012

Nicholls State University
Pre-Med Studies, Thibodaux, LA
Jan 2008-May 2009

Palomar College
Associate of Arts and Science, College of Science and Math, San Marcos, CA
Graduated: December 2007

LANGUAGES

English – Primary Language

Spanish – Speak fluently and read or write with moderate proficiency

MEMBERSHIP, LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistant

American Academy of Physician Assistants

Louisiana Academy of Physician Assistants

American Heart Association Basic Life Support

American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support- Provider

Emergency Medical Technology- EMT basic

Veterans of Foreign Wars

PROFESSIONAL

LA Health Solutions/International Spine Institute, July 2015-Present

Orhtopedic-Spine Physician Assistant/First Surgical Assist

  • Assist Orthopedic-Spine surgeon in spinal surgeries and minimally invasive measures
  • Practice in a private practice clinical setting specializing in spine injuries
  • Conduct orthopedic-spine physical exams; order and interpret auxiliary studies; administer joint and trigger point injections, review spinal x-rays and MRI’s to order epidural steroid injections to include but not limited to transforaminal, interlaminar, or facet spinal injections and medial branch blocks.
  • Conduct independent clinics with complete autonomy but where Supervising Physician is readily available.
  • Follow patients through their spine care and make necessary recommendation to include injection intervention or surgical recommendations
  • Follow post-operative surgical care and make follow-up treatment recommendation and continued care
  • Make treatment recommendations and initialize a treatment plans specializing in orthopedic spine care

Louisiana Orthopedic and Spine Institute, July 2014-June 2015

Orthopedic Physician Assistant/Surgical First Assist

  • Assist orthopedic surgeon in general orthopedic surgeries
  • Practice in a private practice clinical setting specializing in sports injuries, back pain, and spinal injuries,
  • Conduct orthopedic physical exams; order and interpret auxiliary studies; administer joint and trigger point injections, review spinal x-rays and MRI’s to order epidural steroid injections to include but not limited to transforaminal, interlaminar, or facet spinal injections and medial branch blocks.
  • Conduct independent clinics with complete autonomy but where Supervising Physician is readily available.

Mid-State Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, May 2013- June 2014

Orthopedic Physician Assistant/Surgical First Assist

  • Assisted orthopedic surgeons in a group practice, specializing in sports medicine and major joint reconstruction.
  • Conducted orthopedic physical exams; ordered and interpreted auxiliary studies; rounded and placed orders on orthopedic inpatients; and consulted
  • Emergency Department staff at local hospital in orthopedic emergencies.

Caldwell Memorial Hospital, August 2012-April 2013

Physician Assistant- Internal Medicine/Family Practice

  • Primary care provided in a fast pace, rural community, in both outpatient clinic and inpatient practice. Involved in all aspects of patient care across the lifespan, including; detailed history and physical exams, developed and implemented treatment plans, diagnosed and treated illnesses, ordered and interpreted laboratory tests and diagnostic studies, prescribed medications, and counseled patients on preventive health care. Provided basic pediatric care and treatment in guidelines with the state ran Kid Heath program.
  • Admitted patients and developed their inpatient treatment and care, performed daily rounds, and discharged patients.

United States Navy, (Department of Defense), May 1987-May 2007

Hospital Corpsman

  • Twenty years experience in military medicine. Specializing in emergency medicine, combat trauma, sports medicine/ orthopedic injuries, and urgent care.
  • Performed diagnostic procedures; advanced first aid; basic life support; nursing procedures; minor surgery; basic clinical laboratory procedures; and other routine and emergency health care.
  • Conducted and directed preventive medicine and industrial hygiene surveillance programs (Hearing Conservation, Respiratory Protection, and Ionizing Radiation).
  • Senior Medical Department representative/Medical Administrator- Responsible for the everyday operations of a Regimental Aid Station, and or Battalion Aid Station, during Peacetime and Combat operations. Coordinated and supervised the care, tracking and well-being of the sick and injured; responsible for the supervision, management, training, welfare and discipline of Junior Naval personnel.
  • Supervised and provided Medical Training to include emergency medicine, trauma management, Sick call medicine, and advancement training of medical personnel.