Brent Sanderson, D.O.
Dr. Brent Sanderson grew up Rochester, NY where he could usually be found at the local hockey rink, golf course or soccer field. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo in 2013. During his undergraduate career, Dr. Sanderson spent his time in a variety of different areas, from studying starfish larvae’s capability to clone themselves to coaching the Women’s Club Hockey Team. Before attending medical school, he spent time researching marine iguanas in the Galapagos Islands, organizing and editing the book, “Building Leaders One Hour at a Time,” and volunteering for the Geneseo First Responders. He then attended A.T. Still University at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, receiving the Sydney Ross, D.O. award and Paul and Helen Kudelko award upon graduation. From personal injuries, clinical rotations, and an interest in body mechanics, his passion continued to grow for a career in Orthopedic Surgery. Brent is excited for new opportunities and learning experiences at CMHS and is ready to help serve the Ventura community. During his free time he enjoys playing hockey, wakeboarding, and golfing. He can also be found enjoying the outdoors and exercising with friends and family.