Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.
Master of Physician Assistant Studies
University of Utah – 2017
B.S. Advanced Radiologic Sciences MRI/CT
Weber State University – 2011
Raised in the Ogden area, Candace Bielik attended Weber State University’s Radiologic Sciences program, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Advanced Radiologic Technology in 2011. She spent seven years working as a radiologic technician in X-Ray, CT, MRI, and fluoroscopy at Ogden Regional Medical Center. After being accepted into the University of Utah’s Physician Assistant Program, Candace graduated in 2017 with a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies.
Now a board-certified physician assistant, Candace is passionate about working with Utahns of all ages to empower them in their pursuit of overall health and wellbeing. Candace believes healthcare is about more than just numbers and prescriptions; it’s about working with a team who will offer an opportunity to express concerns, learning and asking questions, and feeling genuinely cared-for, all while ensuring that the patient is the author of their own experience.
Some of Candace’s clinical interests include diabetes management, high blood pressure, cholesterol management, lung disease, depression, anxiety, asthma, allergy, contraception, family planning, and women’s health.
In her free time, Candace enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She loves staying active and exploring various types of exercise such as cycling, yoga, and HIIT. A self-proclaimed “nerd,” she enjoys reading, watching movies and television series, and traveling to attend comic conventions with her husband, Ryan.