Terri Marso, P.A.-C., is a native of Buffalo, Wyoming, and has lived and practiced medicine in Douglas, Wyoming, since 2006. After graduating from Buffalo High School, she attended Sheridan College, where she was valedictorian and captain of the women’s basketball team, receiving Academic All-American honors. She went on to receive her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University Pueblo, where she graduated with summa cum laude honors and was captain of the woman’s basketball team there as well. She then attended Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, graduating with her master’s degree in physician assistant studies with magna cum laude honors. She started her PA career in Douglas, Wyoming, in 2006, where she has practiced since, and she joins Casper Orthopedics with experience in orthopedics, spine/neurosurgery, and family practice. Terri is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Academy of PAs, Wyoming Medical Society, and Wyoming Association of Physician Assistants, where she served on the WAPA board for six years.
When Terri is not caring for her patients, she loves spending time in Wyoming with her husband and two children. She enjoys being in the mountains and is an avid cyclist, competing in races as often as her time allows. Her most memorable race was the 2017 Race Across America when she was a member of the four-person mixed team that won the race, beating all the men’s teams as well.
Terri is passionate about patient care and looks forward to seeing you for your orthopedic and spine needs.