Dylan Lindsay, PA-C Certified Physician Assistant
Wyoming Orthopedics and Spine (WYOS) proudly announces the newest addition to its team, Dylan Lindsay, PA-C, a skilled orthopedic physician assistant with a passion for patient-centered care who will work alongside spinal surgeon, James Ulibarri, MD.
Originally from Altamont Utah, Lindsay brings a unique blend of experiences and a commitment of service to the community. Lindsay shared his enthusiasm for this next chapter of his family’s journey and discovering all the community has to offer.
Lindsay's path to the medical field was shaped by his mission work in Argentina, where he developed a deep sense of service for others. Initially considering a career in physical therapy, Dylan found his true calling in physician assistant studies.
"I found the PA path,” shared Lindsay. “I started shadowing providers in orthopedics and throughout my ortho rotation of PA school I found a passion for it."
Lindsay graduated from the College of Saint Mary in Omaha, Nebraska, with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Growing up playing sports, Lindsay was drawn to sports medicine and helping others recover, leading him to explore orthopedics.
One of Lindsay’s favorite aspects of being a PA is the limitless opportunities for learning and growth. His patient-focused approach to care involves collaboration with other specialties and, most importantly, with patients themselves. He believes in the power of listening to patients, emphasizing, "The patients have the story, and I listen to them – it’s much more than just treating symptoms."
Outside of his professional life, Lindsay enjoys exploring the outdoors and has recently taken up activities like mountain biking, skiing, and golf. Most important to Lindsay, however, is time spent with his family.
The entire team at Wyoming Orthopedics and Spine is thrilled to welcome Dylan Lindsay, PA-C, and looks forward to the positive impact he will undoubtedly make in elevating orthopedic services across Northeast Wyoming.