Dr. Brandon Mickelsen grew up in Pocatello and attended Highland High School. After completing an LDS mission in Holland and Belgium he attended Idaho State University, receiving his bachelor’s degree in Biology. During his time at ISU, he was the junior varsity girls basketball coach at Highland High School.
He received his Medical Degree in 2006 from The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. His residency and internship training were here in Pocatello where he served for one year as a chief resident.
During residency Dr. Mickelsen sat on the Board of the Idaho Medical Association as the state resident representative. He is currently serving as the president of the Southeast Idaho Medical Association.
During residency Dr. Mickelsen was active in the community, giving medical help at local high school and university sporting events. He also participated in medical coverage of several inter-mural boxing events on campus, as well as coverage of area high school football games.
He has a special interest in non-narcotic management of chronic pain, preventative medicine, diabetes, and obstetrics.
He has been accompanied in his educational pursuits by his wife Jenafer and their four children: Mason, Megan, Benson and Bella. He enjoys basketball, hiking, camping, snow-skiing, snow-shoeing, and most of all spending time with his family.
Dr. Mickelsen is currently accepting new patients.