Bryan has served in the US Army for over 15 years. Prior to commissioning as a Battalion Physician Assistant, Bryan was a Drill Sergeant that trained soldiers out of Fort Benning, GA. He currently serves as the Battalion PA for a Reserve Combat Engineer Battalion in Denver. Most recently, he was a lead PA for the Central American counter-narcotic operation based out of Honduras. Since transitioning to the reserves and moving in to civilian medicine, Bryan has developed his place as a leader in the medical community of Colorado Springs. After spending time working in Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, and Internal Medicine, he and his wife Krisanne started their own medical practice, Lykos Medical.
They specialize in mobile primary care and servicing elderly patient’s in the group living facilities while also building a primary care practice for the underserved populations of Colorado Springs. They pride themselves in providing medicine tailored to chronically ill and fragile patients. Bryan is frequently sought for intuitive assessments, honest feedback, and creative solutions.Bryan and Krisanne found AoAF through a child that was sponsored in their daughter’s dance class. They have been advocates for the organization ever since and host an annual fundraiser to sponsor children. They have 4 children and another due in May.