Mark McIntosh, PA-C
Mark McIntosh, PA-C
Mr. McIntosh graduated from the Trevecca Nazarene University Physician Assistant Program in August of 2014. During PA School he served as a class chaplain and had the opportunity to serve on a medical missions trip to Haiti. He is certified by the National Certification Committee on Physician Assistants, and licensed by the State of Tennessee. He completed a clinical rotation in Orthopaedic Surgery at TOA during PA school and he joined the practice upon graduating in 2014.
Before becoming a Physician Assistant, Mr. McIntosh graduated with a BS Degree in Kinesiology from Wheaton College (IL) in 2004, where he was a member of the Track and Field Team and served as team captain his senior year. Due to his interest in Sports Medicine, he went on to obtain a Master’s Degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Athletic Training, graduating in 2007. Mr. McIntosh then spent five years as the Head Athletic Trainer for Montgomery Bell Academy, where he worked closely with many TOA surgeons, especially team physician, Dave Alexander.
Although he is originally from Franklin, Tennessee, Mr. McIntosh is the son of missionaries and spent nine years living in Germany and Hungary. He enjoys playing recreational basketball and soccer, snowboarding, reading, and traveling to new places both domestically and abroad.
I started out seeing Mark McIntosh, who was great. He kept digging for the cause of the injury to my right ankle that happened out of the blue. Because the issue had become more than we initially thought...enter Dr. Yu, and as he was described to me by another doctor, "We call him MacGyver." That is a true statement. My injury was unique due to a previous surgery 1.5 years ago. Dr. Yu figured out how we could fix it and mapped it out. I am now four months after surgery with NO pain. I can't thank him and Mark enough for sticking with me through it and giving me my ability to walk my dog again. They are a great team!