Bryant Salmon was born and raised in Murray, Utah. Following an LDS mission to Hong Kong, China, he attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. While doing his undergraduate schooling, he worked in home health and at the pulmonary lab at the University of Utah hospital.
He went on to physician assistant school at Touro University in Henderson, Nevada where he graduated in 2011 with his Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) and became a certified physician assistant (PA-C).
Following graduation he spent 4.5 years working in orthopedics with a focus on sports medicine. Having suffered many sports related injuries himself, he enjoys helping people recover from injury and returning to their previous active lifestyles. He also enjoys helping patients with osteoarthritis of the knee with non-surgical treatment options that reduce pain and improve function. He is excited to now expand into family medicine and become integrated into the Kamas community.
Prior to starting at Kamas Health Center, Bryant, his wife, and 4 children lived in Kauai, Hawaii. They now live in Heber City where they can enjoy all the outdoor activities that the 4 seasons provide. He loves all sports, but especially golf, baseball, basketball, water sports, and University of Utah athletics!