Kandice Robinson, MS, PA-C received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology at the University of Colorado-Denver and spent 15 years doing medical research in specialties including orthopedics, genetics, inflammation and coagulation. Kandice's desire for more clinical involvement with patients spurred her to return to school to become a Physician Assistant. She attended Red Rocks Physician Assistant Program and Saint Francis University, earning her certificate in Physician Assistant Studies and Master of Medical Science degree.
Prior to her work at Denver International Spine Center, she worked as a physician assistant at Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute. She strives to provide the most comprehensive, personalized care to spine patients, both in clinic and as a surgical assistant. In addition, Kandice has presented research findings at meetings including the Orthopedic Research Society and Children's Tumor Foundation. Most recently, her research focused on families with heritable spinal deformities, especially scoliosis.
Outside of medicine, Kandice enjoys spending time with her family and being a new grandmother. She also enjoys live music and the Colorado outdoors.