Our Providers

Seth Brawer, MPAS, PA-C

Seth graduated with his bachelors degree in Biology earning Cum Laude honors in 2011 before moving to Worcester County from New York City to attend PA school. He graduated Magna Cum laude from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with his Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2013. He was also inducted into Pi Alpha and Alpha Eta honor societies as a result of his academic achievements. He began his orthopedic training at Saint Vincent Hospital/Worcester Medical Center. He and Dr. Vinton met in 2012. They developed a very strong working relationship. Seth joined Dr. Vinton and Worcester County Orthopedics in 2016.

Prior to attending PA school, Seth worked in a physical therapy practice for 8 years and had an extensive background working with sports injuries and patients recovering from orthopedic surgeries. During his time there, he met his now wife Allyson (a physical therapist), with whom he has two daughters, Madison and Avery.

Growing up, Seth had a passion for sports and played competitive ice hockey and baseball. He developed a love for orthopedics early on as he suffered various sports injuries along the way. Seth continues to play ice hockey recreationally and is also coaching youth hockey. He is teaching both of his daughters how to play hockey.

Christopher J. Vinton, M.D.

Dr. Vinton, Chief of Orthopedics at Saint Vincent Hospital, provides cutting-edge surgical options to all of his patients, including the minimally invasive (MIS) Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement.

C. Brittany Boisvert, M.D.

Dr. Boisvert’s practice is based on providing individualized care for each patient, making sure that she understands that each patient may have a different goal of treatment, either competing in sports at high levels, or just being able to make it through the day without pain, and everything in between.