Megan Cousins grew up just down the road in Louisville, CO. She went to Monarch High School before earning her bachelor’s degree in chemical/biological engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. After graduating, she worked as a chemical engineer at a small renewable energy company in Boulder before deciding to switch gears into the medical field. She ventured to New York for PA school and graduated from Stony Brook University. She came back home and began working in orthopedics, a longtime passion after years of athletics and sports-related injuries. Megan feels so fortunate to be working back home in Boulder and helping patients get back to the activities they enjoy.
Megan is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and works as a physician assistant specializing in sports medicine, joint replacement, and the hand and upper extremity.
- Bachelor of Science in Chemical/Biological Engineering with a Pre-Medicine Focus: University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies: Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Outside of work, Megan is an avid ultimate frisbee player, competing with Colorado’s elite women’s ultimate frisbee team at nationals each year. Apart from frisbee, she enjoys mountain biking, skiing, camping, hiking, pickleball, climbing, and spending time with her partner and their two dogs.