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OrthoCarolina Sports Medicine Center

How many years have you been a PA?
4.5 years

How many years have you been a PA with OrthoCarolina?
4.5 years

What made you decide to become a PA?
I was an athletic trainer in the area for many years and worked closely with several OrthoCarolina PAs that were also former athletic trainers. I saw that it was a great profession and a way to continue to help people, but still potentially stay involved with sports.

What is a big challenge in your job?
Keeping up with Dr. Piasecki!

What do you enjoy about your job?
I love coming to work each day! I most enjoy sitting with patients and learning a bit about them before we dive into treating their injury or pain. I am lucky to get to work with a great team, and see nice people each day.

When you were younger what did you want to be when you grew up?
A vet that specialized in cats and whales. I had to give that up; office space would have been a problem!

Tell us a fun fact about yourself or something that people might not know about you:
I have a twin sister- she is pretty cool, I think I will keep her.

What else should we know about you?
I am fortunate to get to work with a surgeon that I respect and enjoy working with on a day to day basis. We have amazing staff at our Sports location, that make every day efficient and fun! Come visit us!

Watch for a new Meet the PA each month and get to know our physician assistants.


May 12, 2021

Great job doctoring my shoulder and saving me from rotator cuff surgery! Great patient communicator. Always a great visit with her. Thanks Margaret!!!
- Richard Conway

March 29, 2021

Margaret Lynch was excellent in dx and treating my s/s of excruciating lumbar pain. Please thank her for retired SueRN. Continuing prescribed physical therapy.