Olga Hornsby, PA
Olga Hornsby is a Board-Certified Physician Assistant (PA). She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology from the University of Southern California and her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from Marquette University.
Olga began her career in clinical rheumatology. She later transitioned into orthopedic spine surgery to pursue her passion for learning about the spine and desire to have a more hands-on practice. She was trained at the Medical College of Wisconsin and worked closely with a multidisciplinary team to diagnose and treat an entire breadth of degenerative spine diseases, as well as congenital, traumatic conditions and cancer.
Olga enjoys providing compassionate patient care in all aspects of orthopedic spine surgery. She has experience in outpatient clinical settings, inpatient hospital care, surgery, and telemedicine. She also enjoys educating and precepting physician assistant students.
Olga is currently employed at the Neurospine Center of Wisconsin where she evaluates new and established patients and assists in surgery. She enjoys providing patients with help, advice, and guidance throughout the surgical process. She believes that listening carefully, approaching each patient as an individual, and encouraging patients to actively participate in the decision-making process regarding their condition and treatment yields best results.
Olga was born and raised in the Czech Republic and lived in Southern California for 10 years before moving to Wisconsin. She enjoys the outdoors, loves to visit Door County in the Fall, and travels with her two children to see family in Europe.