After restoring a 67’ Chevy in high school, Dr. Mosley knew he had a passion for using his hands- building, fixing and restoring. Shortly after, while attending Brigham Young University, he found himself building a program called Adopt-A-Grandparent. During this time, he adopted a 97-year-old grandmother and spent time with her weekly. He quickly learned she suffered from chronic headaches and all he could offer was his time- to help take her mind off the pain. With a strong desire to help others and a passion for using his hands to restore, Dr. Mosley knew his future would be in medicine.
Following medical school, Dr. Mosley completed anesthesiology training at the University of Oklahoma. While there, he discovered interventional pain management, a comprehensive approach to help people overcome obstacles and live their fullest lives. He subsequently completed an interventional pain medicine fellowship at the University of Florida, where he focused on cutting-edge techniques and the latest in minimally invasive procedures treating chronic pain conditions.
Dr. Mosley believes in patient centered care and that as individuals become free from pain, stronger communities can be created and maintained. He enjoys building relationships with his patients and making a meaningful impact in their lives by applying the latest evidence-based techniques, including neuromodulation and regenerative medicine, to relieve pain. While not practicing medicine, he loves spending time with his wife and kids, hiking, traveling, water sports, biking and corn hole.