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Kendra Braselton Knowles, PA-C

Kendra Braselton Knowles is a board certified Physician Assistant.  She has been with Texas Orthopaedic Associates since January 2003.  Kendra works primarily with Timothy Schacherer, MD, who specializes in upper extremity orthopaedics.

Kendra grew up in Oklahoma City and attended the University of Oklahoma.  She was accepted to the Physician Assistant program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. This program allows for experience and knowledge in multiple specialties of medicine. While attending the program, Kendra was chosen to be part of the Christian Medical and Dental Association’s mission trip to Bolivia.  Graduating with honors, Kendra achieved a Master of Health Sciences as a Physician Assistant in December 2002.

Kendra is married and resides in Allen with her husband and daughter.

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