Brittany Farro, PA-C | Physician Assistant

Well-informed and collaborative, Brittany Farro has a special interest in research and multidisciplinary clinics for neurological diseases, such as ALS/MDA, Huntington’s disease and TIA (stroke). Brittany supports patients through diagnosis, physical examination and interpreting of lab work and neurodiagnostics.

She is board-certified by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants. Her broad range of experience includes cerebrovascular disease (stroke), dementia, migraines, neuromuscular medicine, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and movement disorders.

Brittany decided on neurology as a career when she was a senior in high school. She’s fascinated by the complexity and intricacy of the body’s physiology, and she has a heart for people. “I am grateful to be able to care for our patients and help them in ways that make it possible for them to maintain their quality of life,” she says. “There are so many good things happening in the research field to help patients live better.”

Brittany often provides patients and families information and encouragement through support groups and offers education and training for medical and non-medical professionals as a guest speaker. She’s an integral part of our TIA clinic and leads our Huntington’s support group once a month.

When she’s not seeing patients, she spends time with her husband and two dogs and enjoys hiking, kayaking and traveling to new places to experience other cultures. Each year, she embarks up a medical mission that deepens her dedication to her profession and provides her new perspective.


Graduate Education
Physician Assistant, DeSales University, Center Valley, PA

Cerebrovascular Disease, Child Neurology, Neuromuscular Medicine, Epilepsy and Movement Disorders