Paul Gibson was born in Colorado and raised in Utah graduating from Union High School in Roosevelt. After graduation from high school he spent two years in Uruguay, South America on a mission for his church. Upon return to Utah he enrolled in the Radiologic Technologist Program graduating in 1977. He then enlisted in the US Army and served for six years as a Special Forces Medic. His sense of adventure and experience in the Army and radiology led him to move to Alaska and he worked as a Radiology Technologist for the next nine years. With an interest in Orthopedics and Primary Care he returned to school and enrolled in the MEDEX Northwest Physicians Assistant Program. He graduated from this program based out of the University of Washington, School of Medicine in 2003. He has practiced as a Physician Assistant for the past ten years in various capacities to include Radiology, Orthopedics, Occupational Medicine, and Family Practice.
Paul joined Alaska Spine Institute in 2013 and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pain, whether from work injury, sports or Alaskan lifestyle.
When he is not at work Paul enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, camping, fishing and woodworking.