Carter Copeland, PA-C, is a highly skilled and board-certified Physician Assistant, certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Carter's journey towards becoming a PA began with his Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University. After completing his undergraduate studies, Carter began his medical career as an EMT in San Diego, where he gained valuable experience in emergency medicine. Carter's love for medicine led him to transition from his role as an EMT to a medical scribe at SENTA Clinic, under the guidance of the renowned lan Purcell, MD, PhD. During this time, Carter gained invaluable insights into the field of neurology and developed a strong interest in the diagnosis and management of neurological disorders. Following his time in San Diego, Carter moved to Knoxville, TN, where he enrolled in the South College School of Physician Assistant Studies to pursue his Master's Degree. Throughout his education, Carter completed clinical clerkships in various specialties, including but not limited to neurology, family medicine, psychiatry, general surgery, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. He trained at several medical centers across California, Tennessee, and Kentucky, where he focused on rural medicine and underserved communities. Carter's dedication to learning and his passion for providing exceptional care to his patients led him back to his hometown of San Diego, where he continued his extensive training with lan Purcell, MD, PhD. Focusing on general neurology and OtoNeurology, Carter honed his skills in managing patients with vertigo, gait and balance disorders, headaches, memory loss, seizures, and various other neurological conditions, always with a focus on patient education. Since completing his Master's degree in 2021, Carter has been managing patients with great expertise and attention to detail, providing personalized and compassionate care to all his patients. He is proud to work alongside a fantastic team of practitioners and remains committed to his patients' overall health and well-being.