Krupski was admitted to the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa, the top-rated physician assistant program in the country. Following graduation in 2013, he started his career at Methodist Sports Medicine.
Thomas specializes in upper extremity orthopedic injuries including everything from the shoulder to the tip of the finger. Over the years, he has been active in athletic care for surrounding high schools, including Brownsburg High School and Warren Central High School. He has also served as a member of the sports medicine staff for Purdue University since 2013.
Krupski believes collaboration between outstanding surgeons, like Dr. Snead, and physician assistants is vital for providing top-rated care. He understands that making a correct diagnosis is important, but so is spending time with and getting to know the patient.
Along with his wife and dog, Krupski lives in Indianapolis and enjoys playing golf, listening to music, and exploring the city. You can often find him at a Pacers game or watching the Colts. He enjoys serving at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Westfield.