"My choice of career as a Physicial Assistant evolved as a natural extension of prior experience in the health care environment. This opportunity has allowed me to advance my knowledge and provide high quality, compassionate and individualized care to patients in a variety of clinical settings."
2275 Deming Way, Suite 220
Middleton, WI 53562
Education and Board Certification
Post Graduate Education,
Univ of Wisconsin Physician Assistant Program
Nat'l Commission on Cert of Physician Assistants
Tammy enjoys the detailed focus of the interventional spine specialty. She brings a unique perspective to the field, having previously worked alongside spine surgeon Dr. Craig Dopf. With this, she has a more comprehensive understanding of both surgical and non-surgical approaches to treating a variety of musculoskeletal and spine conditions.
Tammy feels that patients benefit most when actively involved in their own care. She places a high priority on listening to their concerns and believes the value of educating patients on their own level. She works directly with Dr. Jared Greenberg as an extension of his practice. As a team, they approach the care of each patient with empathy, attention to detail, and regard for the needs of each individual.
During her free time, Tammy and her family often head to their cottage in northern Wisconsin to appreciate the outdoors. She also enjoys traveling, fine dining, household DIY projects and bird watching. For several years, Tammy has volunteered as a guest lecturer and a student preceptor for the UW Madison Physician Assistant Program.
About Interventional Spine Physician Assistants
An Interventional Spine Physician Assistant works with a rehabilitation medicine physician to treat painful spine and musculoskeletal disorders without surgery. The vast majority of patients experiencing neck and low back pain have a specific and diagnosable source of their pain. They are nerve, muscle, bone and exercise experts who take a non-operative approach to the treatment of injuries and conditions that affect patient function.