Meet Your Team

Michael Siegworth, PA-C

Physician Assistant


Michael Siegworth attended the U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences and graduated from the physical therapy assistant program. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and a second Bachelor of Science degree for physician assisting from the prestigious Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, New York.

Michael is not only a full-time certified physician assistant at the Spine Team Texas Rockwall location, he’s also a United States Army veteran with several medals to show for it. Prior to joining Spine Team Texas, Siegworth was the first assistant for knee and hip arthoplasties at Carrell Clinic in Dallas, Texas. Before relocating to Texas, he worked as the chief physician assistant at the Stony Brook University Hospital (SUNY) in Stony Brook, New York.

During his 11 years at SUNY he was responsible for PA students and collaborative patient care working alongside an orthopedic spinal deformity specialist. In this role, Michael treated all forms of scoliosis including idiopathic, congenital and neuromuscular. He also held many important titles — assistant professor, first assistant of orthopaedic surgery, pediatric orthopaedic lecturer, and independent practitioner during his tenure there. His independent monthly rounds were completed at the Long Island State Veterans Home. Siegworth also gained valuable experience with his monthly weekend pager calls and rounds at the Central Suffolk Hospital in Riverhead, New York, as well as his in-house orthopaedic calls for the level 1 trauma center at the Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York.

During his active and reserve time in the U.S. Army, Siegworth worked as a physical therapy assistant for the state of New York. He was in charge of precepting and instructing physical therapy assistant students with his in-depth knowledge of medical procedures and equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of problems in the musculoskeletal system.