Adam Bruntz is a board certified Physician Assistant who founded The Center for Osteoporosis & Bone Health. He provides care in both the in-patient hosptial and out-patient clinical settings. Adam has spent the last 6 years in orthopaedic surgery where he developed a special interest in osteoporosis to improve the treatment gap in fragility fractures. He is also certified in "Fracture Liaison Services" by the NOF & NBHA.
Erica Mena is a Medical Assistant certified in CPR and has been with The Center for Osteoporosis and Bone Health since 2018. She plays a versatile role in our office performing DEXA, TBS, medication training, appointment scheduling, handling medication refill requests, triaging phone calls, and above all, caring for patients when in our office. Erica is passionate about helping others and takes pride in providing the loving care that she believes everyone deserves. The most rewarding part of Erica’s job is when the team prevents more fractures from occurring in our patients through proper education.
National Osteoporosis Foundation Ambassador
Kendra Payne is the clinical director at The Center for Osteoporosis & Bone Health. She has an extensive and versatile career in the health care industry. Kendra has experience in managing, marketing, billing & collecting, scheduling, medical assisting, and education. She performs an integral role in bridging the treatment gap from inpatient to outpatient care.
Kristine Pruitt is a board certified Physician Assistant who is our bone health champion that oversees our fracture liaison service. She provides comprehensive, compassionate care for patients and families in the hospital and clinical settings. Kristine joined the practice after ten years in primary care where she developed a passion for bone health. She is certified by the NOF & NBHA in "Fracture Liaison Services