Thomas Dixon, PA-C

Thomas Dixon, PA-C

General Orthopedics

Triad Region

Greensboro | Orthopedic Clinic

Thomas “Brad” Dixon is a physician assistant. Brad cares for patients who suffer from general orthopedic injuries and conditions. He has a special interest in shoulder and knee pathologies as well as injuries resulting from trauma. Prior to joining our team, Brad worked as a physician assistant in Emergency Medicine for Cone Health & Urgent Care medicine at Cone Health for 9 years. At EmergeOrtho, he treats patients under the supervision of Steven R. Norris, MD.

Brad is thoughtful, detail-oriented, and dedicated to providing quality healthcare to patients. He not only delivers patient-centered care in the office, but also assists Dr. Norris in surgery. Mostly, Brad enjoys interacting with patients to aid in resolving their pain, regaining their function, and returning to an active life.

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  • Graduate Education: Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Duke University, Durham, NC
  • Undergraduate Education: Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC


  • Board Certification: National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

Specialties & Services

They treat you with respect take the time to understand what your needs are and work toward that gold of fixing the problem. Very professional in everything they do I love going there for treatment can't say that about many healthcare systems. I recommend EmergeOrtho to everyone I see.

Ronnie W


EmergeOrtho is full of wonderful doctors! They make sure they go over every little thing and explain stuff so that you understand. I have 4 different doctors here and have been pleased with them all.

Michelle M


A New Level Of Orthopedic Care Has Emerged

As our patient, you will benefit from a full range of orthopedic services, specialties and technologies, including physical and hand therapy, advanced imaging services, and urgent care walk-in services providing immediate diagnosis and treatment for urgent orthopedic conditions.