Acute Injuries
Proud Physician | The Steadyman Clinic

Our Team

Jonathan Desillier

Physician Assistant

Jonathan Desillier is Dr. Sachar’s Physician Assistant specializing in hand, wrist, and elbow injuries.  Jonathan attended Physician Assistant school at Red Rocks Community College and earned his master’s degree from Saint Francis University.  He also holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in Biology.  Before becoming a Physician Assistant, Jonathan was a non-commissioned officer in the United States Army serving as a Pathfinder Medic and Trauma Team Specialist on three overseas deployments.  He is an avid snowboarder, golfer, and hiker.  He feels right at home in the mountains with his wife, Nancy, and Pomeranians.

Kate Stoltz

Certified Athletic Trainer

Kate is originally from Seattle, WA. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Gonzaga University in 2013. She went on to obtain her Master of Science in Athletic Training at Seton Hall University in 2017. She worked at Seattle Children’s Hospital for 3 years where she provided athletic training coverage at a local high school and in the Sports Medicine Clinic at the hospital. Kate is excited to be working with Dr. Sachar and exploring all that the Rocky Mountains have to offer. In her free time, she enjoys adventuring with her husband and dog, snowboarding, and trying new coffee.

Carmen Moscarillo

Practice Coordinator

Originally from Ohio, Carmen studied Business Administration, Marketing, and Dance at Cleveland State University while also completing the 6 grades of Cecchetti Ballet Technique. After moving to the Rocky Mountains in 2018, Carmen joined the Steadman Clinic in as the Insurance Manager for over 2 years before moving to Dr. Sachar’s team. Carmen is an excellent resource for any pre-operative questions, insurance, and administrative questions. When not assisting patients in office, you may find Carmen skiing Vail, backpacking, cooking, and taking her Australian Shephard, Orzo, for hiking adventures around the mountains.

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