Brendan C. Murphy, PA-C

Physician Assistant
Brendan C. Murphy, PA-C
Brendan C. Murphy, PA-C

Brendan C. Murphy, MPA, PA-C is a graduate of Loma Linda University’s Masters Program in Physician Assistant studies receiving honors. He works with Dr. Matthew Diltz specializing in sports medicine. His time is split between clinic and assisting Dr. Diltz in the operating room.

Brendan is a native of Long Island, New York. After graduating Summa cum Laude with Bachelors degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo in classical languages and psychology, Brendan moved to Southern California where he continued his education completing a program to become a MRI technologist. As a MRI technologist for 5 years, Brendan developed a strong background in orthopedic imaging. During his Physician Assistant training at Loma Linda University, he completed an orthopedic surgery rotation at a level II trauma center. Additionally rotations were completed in Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, and Family Medicine.

Brendan is a certified physician assistant and member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, California Academy of Physician Assistants, and is certified in Basic Life Support as well as Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

Brendan enjoys living in the desert with his wife and their dog, staying active by hiking, running, and playing tennis.

“I really like helping people get back to the activities that makes their lives enjoyable. Whether it be an injured high school athlete trying to return to high level competitive sports, an active adult who wants to resume golf or tennis, or an older patient who wants to walk with less pain, I work closely with the patient and my supervising physician to achieve the best results possible for the patient.”

Hand & Upper Extremity Videos
Normal Hand Anatomy Trigger Finger
Dupuytren's Contracture De Quervain's Tenosynovitis
Wrist Fracture Wrist Arthroscopy
Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Surgery Mini-Open Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
Wrist Joint Replacement Open Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
Platelet Rich Plasma Injection (PRP)