Norman Silva, PA has been working in orthopedics, specializing in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of spinal disorders, since 2014. He was born and raised in Southern Indiana. He completed a bachelor’s in science from Cornell University where he also taught as an adjunct professor during his senior year. He went on to run his own pottery business for several years until he suffered a fire accident in 2010. After a 6-month hospital stay to recover from his injury, he decided to return to school to pursue medicine.
He attended medical school at Wake Forest School of Medicine where he completed his Masters in Physician Assistant studies in 2014. Directly after graduation, he began practicing Spine Surgery in New Albany, IN. He has treated thousands of patients in the Louisville region and Southern Indiana suffering with disorders from the base of the skull to the bottom of the tailbone as well as problems with sacroiliac pain. He strives to educate his patients so they can be involved in directing their treatment.
He is a member of Indiana Association of Physician Assistants, Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery, and the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Currently he lives in Lanesville with his wife and two young children. He is a woodworker and enjoys all thing outdoors.