Utah's Orthopedic Specialty Group is committed to solving bone, joint, and muscle problems. The services we provide include orthopedic surgery, fracture care, total joint replacement and revisions, arthroscopy, foot and ankle care, sports medicine, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Sports medicine practitioners diagnose and care for sports-related conditions. Our sports medicine doctors help you prevent and recover from injuries and maximize your physical function whether you are an athlete or looking to establish a healthy exercise routine.
When you have a problem with your knee, it can cause pain and impede your ability to walk. To stop your knee problems from dictating what you can and cannot do in your life, it is best to see an orthopedic knee specialist.
There are many diseases and conditions that can affect your hips and your lifestyle. They can cause you debilitating pain, in which case it might really be time to talk to an orthopedic specialist.
While knee and hip pain can be treated in a variety of ways, joint replacement surgery is often the best option for chronic pain. Our team of surgeons performs both total joint and partial joint replacement.
Your neck is a very delicate and sensitive part of your body, and it plays a very important role in holding up your head and protecting it from harm. When neck pain is treated quickly by an orthopedic specialist, you can prevent problems from getting worse.
Whether you play an intense sport, exercise often, or live a somewhat sedentary lifestyle, your feet and ankles bear your weight and make it possible for you to engage in physical activity as much as you desire.
If you are experiencing unusual pain in your hand or wrist, it has likely become debilitating, or at least annoying. Our orthopedic specialists and surgeons can diagnosis the problem going on with your hand and suggest customized treatment options.
If you are currently experiencing pain in your forearm or elbow, you may be able to ice the area to reduce the pain for the time being. If icing doesn’t soothe your pain enough, you may want to see an orthopedic specialist.