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Whether you have a breathing emergency, trauma to your chest or are managing a chronic respiratory condition, our specialists can help. You’ll find respiratory therapists, pulmonary experts and thoracic (chest) doctors in your community who can provide you with relief. The range of lung diseases, breathing conditions and chest problems can extend from asthma or bronchitis to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pulmonary hypertension all the way to lung cancer or a fractured rib.

Whatever your diagnosis, we are equipped to assess and treat your respiratory concern.

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The inversion has arrived in full force this week, and it's thick! Inversions plague the Wasatch Front, Uintah Basin, and Cache Valley for days to weeks in the winter months. So, what can you do?

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