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Caleb MRozinsky, PA-C

  • Position: Physician Assistant to Dr. Jeffrey Jacoby

About Caleb

Caleb is a licensed, board-certified physician assistant who works alongside Dr. Jacoby in the treatment and prevention of orthopedic spine injuries. Caleb joined the practice in 2021 after completing his Masters at the University of Wisconsin in La Crosse. He sees a wide array of orthopedic injuries with a focus on ailments of the spine such as herniated discs, scoliosis, spinal nerve compression, as well as work-related injuries.

As a physician assistant, Caleb evaluates and treats patients independently and acts as a first-assist in surgical cases with Dr. Jacoby. He routinely orders and interprets X-rays in the office and coordinates more advanced imaging such as MRI or CT scans as needed. Caleb loves spending time with his patients and enjoys educating them about their conditions, but more so, getting to know them apart from their diagnosis.

Caleb has earned the American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification, as well as Advanced Cardiac Care Life Support. He is a member of the Illinois Academy of Physician Assistants (IAPA), the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery (PAOS), as well as the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS).

Caleb has a close connection to his collaborative physician, Dr. Jacoby, as Dr. Jacoby acted as his team physician when Caleb was playing high school football in Manitowoc, WI. Caleb loves spending time outdoors, playing recreational sports, and has explored a multitude of the state parks that Illinois and Wisconsin have to offer with his soon-to-be wife. He loves to cheer on his beloved Packers on game day.

Education
  • College
  • Bachelor of Science University of Wisconsin
  • Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies University of Wisconsin

Physician assistants are versatile clinicians in our practice. They can perform physical examinations, diagnose and treat orthopedic injuries, order and interpret lab tests, perform minor procedures, assist in surgery, and provide patient education. They extend the ability of our surgeons to care for our patients. PA-C is an acronym for Physician Assistant – Certified, meaning they have their own medical licenses and have passed the Physician Assistant National Certifying exam, among other requirements, before receiving the medical license designation “PA-C”.