Kyle Senn, PA-C, MPAS, is a physician assistant who works with Dr. Shawn Hennigan, and provides comprehensive care for a variety of acute and chronic orthopedic conditions, with a focus on the shoulder. In addition to his role as a surgical first assistant in the operating room, Kyle sees patients in the clinic in conjunction with Dr. Hennigan or under his supervision. There he obtains histories, performs comprehensive physical examinations, orders and interprets diagnostic studies such as MRIs, X-rays and lab work, and makes diagnoses and implements appropriate treatment plans. He independently performs a variety of office procedures, such as injections. He also realizes the importance of a team approach to healthcare, and will make referrals, if necessary.
Kyle Senn is a graduate from Northern Michigan University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Physiology. He then obtained his Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Central Michigan University in 2014. Prior to his position at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin, Kyle worked in Green Bay alongside Dr. Hennigan, as well as, other subspecialty physicians, seeing patients for nearly all orthopedic conditions, including those of the hand, wrist, knee and hip.
Kyle is married and enjoys spending time with his growing family. He likes to be active by enjoying the outdoors; particularly hiking and fishing. He played Division II college football, and attributes this experience to his interest in orthopedics.
Kyle is certified through the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).