Christophe Anslinger, PA-C, MPAS, is originally from Galt, California. He attended college at the University of Arizona where he studied biology with an emphasis in biomedicine. He earned his master’s degree in physician assistant studies at Idaho State University where his training included rotations in internal medicine, psychiatry, rural family medicine, and geriatrics. After graduating, he worked in a variety of different settings in Central and Northern California including both urgent care and family medicine before finding his passion in interventional pain management with Dr. Alex Phan. He is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is a member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine. He is also certified by the California Association of Physician Assistants for the administration and management of controlled substances.
Christophe believes in a multidisciplinary approach to the management of chronic pain that incorporates both medication, physical therapy, interventional procedures, and holistic and traditional medicine. His practice is grounded in clear and compassionate communication with his patients to ensure they have the opportunity to take an active role in their treatment.
In his spare time, Christophe enjoys biking, jogging, backpacking, and hiking with his German Shepherd, Rosalind, as well as traveling with his wife. He lives in Lodi, California, and can be found every Sunday in the fall and winter rooting for the Cleveland Browns.