Tim Fitch, PA-C
I have always enjoyed disciplining the mind and body. I learned in youth though martial art training, the vulnerabilities of the musculoskeletal system. By realizing it’s is easier to break than to heal, I pursued a career in medicine, which taught me how to treat a problem. Yet people are not problems, and problems are but a fraction of a person’s entirety. To approach the entirety, I pursued the yogic path of a swami; as my desire to treat a person altruistically demanded that people be treated at all levels they can most benefit from; as health means wholeness. I take the proper time, I give authentic respect, and I take care in each encounter, because I can only accept that which is whole.
This is my nature, refined by my medical and yogic training and practices. I am excited to bring my wife and young teen to Flagstaff where we can be found enjoying what is natural; all the outdoor wonders offered by this region.
To my mind, satisfaction means disciplining the mind and body which equates to stilling the mind and body into samadhi; then bringing the samadhi into everyday life. This makes the ordinary become extra-ordinary, which is how I have fun, and how I realize all to be ineffable and thus divine.
Tim has a special interest in spine care and provides general orthopaedic care in NAO’s walk-in clinic Urgent Ortho.