Andrew C. Kitterman, PA-C is the Prairie Spine and Pain Institute Physician Assistant. He starts with providing a welcoming environment for every patient to help formulate a diagnosis and establish a uniquely tailored treatment plan. Throughout the treatment process, Andrew monitors progress and collaborates with the other caregivers to assure they are getting the best care possible for their individualized needs. As a strong patient advocate, his top concern is enhancing function, reducing pain, and improving the overall quality of life of each patient.
Andrew’s number one goal is pain reduction management and he commonly performs office procedures like large joint and bursa injections. He also assists during surgical procedures performed by our surgeons at Prairie Spine. Under Dr. Richard Kube’s direct training, he has become a highly skilled provider.
Mr. Kitterman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science at Florida State University with a summa cum laude honors distinction. He attended the physician assistant program at South University in Savannah, Georgia, earning his Masters in Physician Assistant Sciences with honors. His clinical training – including general orthopedics – was performed in Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia. Following his graduation in March 2018, he began his career in Orthopedics in the specialty of spine in Peoria, Illinois. In his free time he enjoys both playing and watching sports and is extremely passionate about helping others become the healthiest version of themselves.