Steven Swank, PharmD BCACP
I was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. I am a Clinical Pharmacist Specialist and Board Certified Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist (BCACP). In 2013, I received my Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Butler University. I completed PGY1 and PGY2 (Ambulatory care) residencies at Indiana University Health and University of Cincinnati / Five Rivers Health Centers. I initially worked in Primary Care at Ft. Carson. Prior to joining PEAK Neurology in 2022, I worked at the University of Kansas Medical Center's Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center. It is an honor to serve our patients by providing comprehensive neurologic care. My special interests include Parkinson's Disease, Parkinsonisms, Autonomic dysfunction, Neurodegenerative diseases, and Drug-induced neurologic conditions. In my free time I enjoy running, hiking, cooking, reading and spending time with family.
Brad Priebe DO
I was born and raised in Battle Creek, Michigan. I attended Michigan State University for my undergraduate degree in physiology and then medical school which I completed in 2010. I completed my Neurology residency through Sparrow Hospital and Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan. I am certified by the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry. I am excited to continue to offer comprehensive neurologic care to my patients through PEAK Neurology. My special interests include Multiple Sclerosis, Electrodiagnostics (EEG/EMG), Parkinson's Disease, Migraine and Epilepsy. I stay active by skiing, rock climbing and hiking.
Tara Ebbs PA
I am from San Jose, California. I graduated from Stanford School of Medicine Physician Assistant program in 2012. I started my career in emergency medicine, followed by orthopedic-trauma. When my husband enlisted in the Army, I was given the opportunity to achieve a diverse background that includes, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehab, pediatric emergency medicine, weight loss and aesthetics.
It has been a dream becoming a part of Peak Neurology. I enjoy helping my patients with their neurologic concerns, while considering a holistic approach. My areas of interest are migraine, dystonia, and Parkinson’s/Parkinsonism. In my spare time, I enjoy hanging out with my family and friends, hiking, camping, and the simple farm life.
W. Tyler Stone, DO MS
I was born in Walnut Creek, California. While not a native, my family moved to Colorado when I was young, so I got to God's country as soon as I could and grew up here in the Springs. I attended Southwest Baptist University for my undergraduate degree with a double major in psychology and biology and minor in chemistry. I then attended the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where I received my master's degree in psychpharmacology. I received my medical degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2004. I completed my neurology training through Michigan State University and St. John's Oakland Hospital and attended the University of Vermont for a fellowship in sleep medicine. I am ecstatic to be providing comprehensive neurologic care for the patients at Peak Neurology. My areas of interest include narcolepsy, migraines, and Parkinson's disease. In my free time I enjoy snowboarding, hiking, camping, riding motorcycles, writing and music.
Erin Smith NP
Bio to come.
Toni Boyko PA
I am originally from Orlando, FL. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biology from The University of Tampa in 2012. I moved to Colorado in 2017 after I graduated with my Master's Degree in Physician Assistant studies from Lincoln Memorial University. Prior to getting my degree, I spent time traveling around the world, exploring new places, and meeting all kinds of different people. Working in neurology is wonderful, it allows me to continue to meet and develop relationships with new people. I thoroughly enjoy helping my patients and developing those relationships by building trust and treating them with compassion.
In my spare time I love to do those typical Colorado things like rock climbing, skiing and hiking with my dog, Teddy!