Physician Assistants //


Jeff Seare, PA-C Physician Assistant - Certified


Pediatric Orthopedics, ​Sports Medicine, Trauma

Jeff Seare, PA-C,our senior physician assistant, has been with CBSS since 2012 and has loved every moment of it. He received his bachelor's degree in Exercise of Sports Science from the University of Utah and completed his master's degree as a physician assistant from Quinnipiac University in 2011.  He specializes in pediatric fractures of the upper and lower extremities, back pain, and gait disturbances. Jeff truly has a passion for sports related injuries and enjoys assisting Dr. Nielson in surgery for ACL repairs and other knee, shoulder, and hip problems. Jeff works closely with the local athletic trainers and helps provide medical coverage for Foothills High School.


Jeff is married with 3 children that keep him very active and busy. His family loves getting outside and traveling any chance they get. In his spare time, he enjoys backyard barbecue as well as home improvement projects. Jeff is very active and enjoys road cycling and snow skiing.


His goal as a physician assistant is to provide the best treatment for his patients in a welcoming environment.  When asked what he enjoys about pediatrics he said:


“I’m a kid at heart and interacting with the pediatric population comes very natural for me. In addition, having had so many injuries and fractures myself as a kid really helps me relate and empathize with the patient and parents. The best part of working with kids is their desire and physical ability to recover and heal well. Kids want to get better and I love being there to help them return to full activity. There’s nothing more rewarding than helping someone feel better.”


Bryant Hoer, PA-C, ATC | Physician Assistant - Certified


Pediatric Orthopedics, ​Sports Medicine, Trauma

Bryant Hoer, PA-C, ATC, is a board certified physician assistant licensed in the state of Nevada as well as a board certified Athletic Trainer.  He attended UNLV for one year and then transferred to Brigham Young University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training. He then attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa where he completed a Master’s of Science degree in Kinesiology and Athletic Training.  He taught an undergraduate Health and Wellness class at University of Hawaii and worked as an athletic trainer at Damien Memorial High School in Honolulu.  Bryant then attended Rush University in Chicago and graduated with a Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. During his preceptorship, he was trained by the team doctors for the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox.

Bryant joined Children’s Bone and Spine Surgery in May of 2017. Bryant enjoys working with children and has always had a passion working with sports related orthopedic injuries. He treats a wide variety of bone and joint disorders including fractures of the upper and lower extremity, back injuries/back pain, gait issues, foot and ankle pain, knee pain, arm and hand pain, shoulder pain, sports injuries, and various other orthopedic conditions.

He is married with two kids and twins on the way.  His family enjoys living in the warm weather of Las Vegas close to family.  In his free time, he enjoys attending sporting events, participating in any outdoor extreme sports, traveling, trying new foods, movies, and spending time with family.

His goal as a physician assistant has always been to provide optimal patient care. Bryant strives to be a provider who listens, informs, and involves his patients and parents in the decision-making process. He works to stay current with new advancements in medicine, and to ensure that patients have a clear plan of care and all of their questions answered before they leave the office. He hopes that these qualities are apparent with every patient he sees.