“The highest compliment I can get from a patient is that I was interested in them"
For Chippewa Falls Center family physician
Dr. Brady Didion, variety is the spice of life
when it comes to his medical practice.
“I like the challenge and scope of family
medicine, and it suits my personality,” he
said. “I get to do so many different things.”
In a given day, he may treat chronic
conditions, provide acute care, perform
procedures and see patients of all ages for
Besides the diversity of family practice,
Didion appreciates the chance to work
with patients on a long-term basis as their
“I like getting to know people over long periods of time and forming partnerships with them in their health,” he said.
Didion takes time getting to know his patients as best he can on paper before their visits.
“I want to have the most complete and updated information,” he said. “It’s especially important as people get older and have longer medical records.”
Didion earned his medical degree from University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia. He completed family medicine residency at University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington and Milton, Vermont.
He and his wife have twin sons. They like taking walks and being outside as a family. Didion also spends time playing guitar, fly fishing and exploring the woods.