Providing specialized, compassionate care for children and teens
Our nationally-ranked brain and spine program offers inpatient and outpatient diagnosis, management, and treatment for children and teens.
The Comprehensive Care Program provides coordinated, cost-effective, and family-centered care for children and teens with developmental disabilities and associated complex medical conditions.
Our Cystic Fibrosis Center is one of the largest programs in the country. The comprehensive, multi-disciplinary clinic provides management and treatment to meet the complex needs of pediatric cystic fibrosis patients.
Our Diabetes Clinic and diabetes self-management education program provide ongoing comprehensive interdisciplinary education and specialized care to children and adolescents with diabetes type 1 or type 2, and their families.
When a fetus has been diagnosed with a high-risk condition, we bring together a multidisciplinary team of experts to address the baby’s and mother’s needs before, during and after delivery.
Primary Children’s Hospital is a leader in pediatric organ transplantation, offering comprehensive evaluation and care to patients who may need a heart, kidney, liver or bone marrow transplant.
Ablation therapy is used to remove abnormal tissue that occurs with some heart conditions.
Abnormal sleep behaviors include any type of behavior that disrupts or alters sleep patterns.
Acupoint stimulation is a form of treatment for psychological disorders.
Adenoidectomy is the surgical removal of the adenoids.
Adult congenital heart disease includes abnormalities in cardiovascular structures.
Allergies are immune system disorders and are among the most common of health problems.
Angiography is an X-ray image of the blood vessels.
Anorectal malformations are birth defects in which the anus and rectum do not develop properly.
Anti-coagulation therapy is administered to slow the rate at which blood clots.
Aortic disease includes conditions of the aorta, the main blood vessel in the body.
Aphasia is a language disorder caused by damage to the brain area that controls language.
Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy is a a disorder of the myocardium.
Arteriovenous malformations occur blood vessels form incorrectly.
Asthma is a disease of the lungs in which the airways are inflamed.
Behavioral disorders require clinical care by a healthcare professional.
Our blood disorder specialists provide comprehensive treatment for blood disorders.
A blood draw, or blood test, is a way to collect blood so lab testing can be done.
Blood Glucose Testing measures the amount of glucose (blood sugar) in your blood.
Blood Transfusion is the process of replacing blood lost through surgery or disease.
Bone cancer can start in the bone or start elsewhere in the body and spread to the bone.
A fracture is a partial or complete break in the bone.
Bone marrow transplant (BMT) gives filtered stem cells back to the donor or another person.
Bowel management is the approach to managing bowel issues.
Neuro care is the branch of medicine that manages the nervous system.
Brain cancer is a brain disease in which cancer cells arise in the brain tissue.
Brain injuries inclue any damage to the head as a result of trauma.
Acquired brain injury is brain damage caused by events after birth.
Traumatic brain injury occurs when an external, physical assault damages the brain.
Brugada syndrome is a disorder that causes an irregular heartbeat.
Cancer care is the provision of specialized care to patients with cancer.
A capillary malformation is a flat, sharply defined vascular stain of the skin.
Cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate heart conditions.
Cardiac genetics aims at understanding the genetic basis for cardiovascular disorders.
Cardiac rehabilitation is a program for people who have heart disease.
Cardiology is the branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the heart.
Cardiothoracic Surgery involves surgical treatment of diseases affecting organs inside the chest.
Catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia is characterized by an abnormal heart rhythm.
Cerebral palsy describes a group of neurological disorders.
Chemotherapy is the use of anticancer drugs to treat cancerous cells.
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Save childrens' lives by helping prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.
Child protection and family health protect children from harm as a result of abuse or neglect.
A stroke happens when blood flow to the brain stops.
Chronic pain is pain lasting more than six months.
Cleft lip is an abnormality in which the lip does not completely form.
Cleft palate occurs when the roof of the mouth does not completely close.
CLOVES is an extremely rare progressive overgrowth disorder.
Colorectal cancer, or colon cancer, occurs in the colon or rectum.
Colorectal care is the process of care for the colon and rectum.
Compounded prescriptions are pharmaceutical products that meet patient needs.
A concussion, sometimes called a mild traumatic brain injury, is caused by a blow to the head.
Congenital musculoskeletal defects are deficiencies in the musculoskeletal system that occur at birth.
CT scans are special X-ray tests that produce cross-sectional images of the body.
Cystic fibrosis is characterized by an abnormality in the glands that produce sweat and mucus.
Cytology is the examination of a single cell type to diagnose or screen for cancer.
Diabetes occurs when the body cannot produce any or enough insulin.
We provide comprehensive diabetes and endocrinology care and treatment plans.
Dialysis is a procedure that removes waste substances normally eliminated by kidneys.
Dysphagia is difficulty swallowing.
Dysphasia is a language disorder caused by brain injury that impairs communication.
Ear infections are infections of the middle ear (the space behind the eardrum).
Our ENT doctors treat ear infections, hearing loss, and other disorders.
Ear Tubes (Tympanostomy) are small tubes that are surgically inserted into the eardrum to help drain fluid from the middle ear.
An echocardiogram is a procedure used to assess the heart's function and structures.
An electrocardiogram is used to evaluate the heart.
An electroencephalogram measures brain waves.
Electron microscopy uses a beam of electrons to create an image of the specimen.
Electrophysiology studies are performed to detect abnormal heart rhythm disturbances.
The emergency room provides immediate treatment for illnesses and trauma.
We provide emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Emotional abuse treatment provides relief from abuse and assault.
The endocrine system is a collection of hormone-producing glands that control basic body functions.
An endoscopy allows a doctor to see inside the body using an endoscope.
Enterostomal therapy specializes in the care of stomas.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition that increases susceptibility to seizures.
Ewing's sarcoma is a primary bone cancer that affects mainly children and adolescents.
Eye cancer is a very rare kind of cancer that starts somewhere in or on the eye.
Fecal incontinence is the inability to control bowel movements.
Fibro vascular anomaly is characterized by fibrofatty infiltration of muscle, unusual phlebectasia with pain, and contracture of the affected extremity.
An anal fistula is an abnormal tunnel that connects the anal canal to the skin of the buttocks.
Flow cytometry analyzes particle characteristics in fluid as it passes through a laser.
Food intolerance causes problems digesting food but doesn't effect the immune system.
Our gastroenterology doctors provide comprehensive digestive disorder treatments.
Gastrointestinal surgery refers to surgical procedures of the digestive system.
Gastrostomy is the creation of an artificial opening into the stomach for nutritional support.
Genital surgery is performed on the genitalia.
Germ cell tumors are cancerous tumors that become the cells that make up the reproductive system.
Group therapy occurs when a group of patients meet under the supervision of a therapist.
We diagnose and treat hearing disorders such as hearing loss and tinnitus.
Our hearing and balance doctors offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment services.
A hearing assessment provides an evaluation of a person's hearing.
Hearing loss is a partial or total inability to hear.
Regular visits to your physician can help discover early signs of heart disease.
Our heart care program provides better clinical outcomes and faster recovery times.
Heart failure occurs when the heart cannot pump enough oxygenated blood.
The heart ryhthm program is focused on treating irregular heartbeat, or arrhythmia.
A heart transplant is an operation in which a diseased heart is replaced with a healthier heart.
A hemangioma is a type of birthmark.
Hemodialysis is the removal of fluid and waste from the blood to correct electrolyte imbalances.
Hirschsprung's disease occurs when nerve cells in the intestine do not form properly while a baby is developing during pregnancy.
Histopathology refers to the microscopic examination of tissue to study disease.
Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of cancer in the lymphatic system.
Hydrocephalus occurs when there is excessive cerebro spinal fluid in the brain.
Idiopathic constipation is reduced stool frequency.
Imaging services include Ultrasound, X-ray, and many other imaging technologies.
Immunizations, or vaccines, provide protection against diseases caused by infection.
Individual therapy is a process through which people work one-on-one with a trained therapist.
Infectious disease specialists care for rare and common infectious diseases.
Inguinal surgery repairs a hernia in the abdominal wall of your groin.
Integrative medicine is a healing-oriented medicine that considers the whole person.
Interventional cardiology deals with catheter-based treatment of heart diseases.
Kidney cancer, or renal cancer, begins in the kidneys.
Kidney care services include multiple dialysis centers and treatment options.
A kidney transplant is an operation in which a diseased kidney is replaced with a healthier kidney.
Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome affects the development of blood vessels, soft tissues, and bones.
Kyphosis is excessive outward curvature of the spine.
Lab services include a broad network of lab locations for patient draws.
Language delay occurs if a child does not meet language developmental milestones.
Laparoscopy is a procedure used to examine the organs of the abdominal cavity.
Leukemia is cancer of the blood and develops in the bone marrow.
Lithotripsy is the use of high-energy shock waves to disintegrate kidney stones.
Liver cancer is cancer that begins in the cells of your liver.
Long QT syndrome can potentially cause fast, chaotic heartbeats.
Lumbar puncture is done to remove a small amount of cerebral spinal fluid for testing.
A lymphatic malformation is a mass that results from abnormal formation of lymphatic vessels.
Magnetic resonance imaging is used to produce images of structures within the body.
Marfan syndrome is a connective tissue disorder caused by abnormal fibrillin production.
Medical aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of plant-derived, aromatic essential oils.
Medical nutrition therapy uses specific diets to treat a variety of medical conditions.
Medication management is the monitoring of medications.
Medication therapy management is provided by pharmacists to optimize drug therapy.
Melanoma is a skin disease in which cancer starts in the melanocytes.
Microbiology is used to identify infectious agents in tissue and other body fluids.
A migraine is a throbbing headache with symptoms other than pain.
Molecular pathology examines molecules within organs, tissues, or bodily fluids.
A muscle relaxation technique helps muscles relax and reduce levels of pain and anxiety.
Muscular dystrophy describes a genetic disorder of the muscles.
Musculoskeletal trauma refers to injuries of the muscles, tendons, or ligaments.
Myelomeningocele is a severe form of spina bifida.
Neonatal surgery focuses on the surgical management of newborns.
Neonatology deals with the care of newborn infants.
Neurologic conditions include diseases that affect the nervous system.
A neuromuscular disease affects the peripheral nervous system.
Neuropsychological assessment is used to assess cognitive functioning.
Neurosurgery provides management of disorders affecting the nervous systems.
Noise-induced hearing loss occurs when ears are exposed to extremely loud noises.
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of cancer in the lymphatic system.
Nuclear medicine uses very small amounts of radioactive materials to examine organs.
Nutrition services include weight management, sports nutrition, and diabetic diets.
Nutrition counseling is the process focusing on the need for diet modification.
Oncology surgery focuses on the surgical management of tumors.
Online prescription refills allow you to order your prescriptions online.
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with the musculoskeletal system.
Pacemaker is a small device placed in the chest to help control your heartbeat.
Palliative care can bring physical and emotional comfort to anyone with a serious illness.
Comprehensive care includes care, prevention, early detection, and the rehabilitation of the disabled.
Pediatric congenital heart disease is an abnormality in your heart's structure.
Dental care is the maintenance of healthy teeth and straight teeth.
We provide dermatology care to diagnose and treat a variety of skin disorders.
We offer genetics testing, diagnostic, and counseling services for adults and children.
Pediatricians work with healthcare professionals to provide for the needs of children.
Pelvic floor conditions occur when there is damage to the pelvic floor.
Pervasive developmental disorder is a type of autism disorder.
Pharmacy services include home delivery, online refills, and specialty pharmacy.
Phlebotomy is the collection of blood for medical testing, transfusions, or research.
Phonological disorder is a speech disorder known as an articulation disorder.
Plagiocephaly refers to a misshapen head from repeated pressure.
Plastic surgery is a specialty that involves the reconstruction of facial and body tissue.
Point-of-care testing is performed outside the lab, most times at a patient's bedside.
Positron emission tomography is used to examine various body tissues.
Post-fracture recovery is the process of healing from a broken bone.
Post orthopedic surgery rehabilitation is the recovery process after orthopedic surgery.
Prenatal education classes and resources cover a variety of topics.
Psychological testing measures behavior.
Pulmonary function testing measures how well the lungs exchange air.
Pulmonary rehab is a program for people who have chronic lung diseases.
Pulmonary vascular diseases affect the blood vessels leading to or from the lungs.
Radiation therapy uses strong X-rays to kill melanoma cells.
Intermountain's Rapid Response Lab performs blood testing to diagnose health conditions.
Receptive language disorder occurs when a child has difficulty understanding what is said to them.
Reconstructive plastic surgery is performed to correct facial and body abnormalities.
Rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum drops out of its normal place within the body.
Rectal stenosis is the abnormal narrowing of the rectum.
Rehabilitation aims to restore functional ability and quality of life.
REM behavior disorder (RBD) is a sleep disorder in which you physically act out dreams.
Our respiratory care providers diagnose and treat a variety of conditions.
Rett syndrome affects the way the brain develops, and occurs almost exclusively in girls.
Rheumatic diseases may cause joint pain, stiffness, and swelling.
Scoliosis is defined as a curvature of the spine measuring 10 degrees or greater.
SDR surgery is a treatment option for spasticity in children with cerebral palsy.
Selective mutism is a condition in which a child stops speaking, usually in school or social settings.
The root cause of sensorineural hearing loss lies in the vestibulocochlear nerve or the inner ear.
Sensory integration dysfunction occurs when sensory signals don't get organized into appropriate responses.
Shoni-Shin is a form of acupuncture that does not use needles or puncture the skin.
Short QT syndrome is a condition in which the heart's normal rhythm is disrupted.
Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder characterized by brief interruptions of breathing.
The sleep lab is used to diagnose sleep disorders.
Sleep medicine specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
A sleep specialist consultation evaluates and treats common sleep disorders.
Sleepwalking, kicking, and talking during sleep is a type of sleep disorder.
Social skills dysfunction is the difficulty of understanding and using the rules of social communication.
Sodium overlap syndromes are associated with a wide range of arrhythmia syndromes.
Spasticity is characterized by tight or stiff muscles and an inability to control those muscles.
Speech and sound disorders affect a person's ability to communicate effectively.
Spina bifida is characterized by abnormal development of the back and spinal cord.
Spinal cord injury is any damage to the spinal cord due to trauma.
Spinal muscular atrophy results in muscle wasting and weakness.
Stool studies involve the analysis of fecal matter.
A stroke occurs when blood supply to your brain is interrupted.
Stuttering is a speech disorder that may include repeating words or phrases.
Substance abuse treatment provides support for those fighting substance addictions.
Surgery is the treatment of disorders by direct physical intervention.
Sweat Chloride Testing is the standard test for diagnosing cystic fibrosis.
Thoracoscopy is the examination or resection of disease within the pleural and thoracic cavity.
Thyroid cancer is a cancer that starts in the thyroid gland.
Toe walking occurs when people walk on the toes or the ball of the foot.
Tongue thrust occurs when the tongue protrudes through the anterior incisors.
Tonsillectomy is the surgical removal of the tonsils.
Tonsillitis is inflammation of a tonsil (glands in the walls on either side of the throat).
Torticollis is a twisting of the neck that causes the head to rotate.
Tourette's syndrome causes a person to make repeated, quick movements or sounds.
Transplant services include blood and marrow, cornea, heart, kidney, pancreas, and liver.
A tumor is a swelling of a part of the body caused by an abnormal tissue growth.
Type 1 Diabetes is when the body's immune system destroys insulin producing cells.
Type 2 Diabetes occurs when the body can't make enough insulin or can't use it properly.
Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to look at structures inside the body.
Urinalysis is the physical and microscopic analysis of urine.
Urodynamic testing examines how well the bladder functions.
Urogenital disorders include any condition relating to the urinary and genital organs.
Urology services provide female and male urinary tract care, and male reproductive care.
A vascular birthmark is a discoloration of the skin caused by blood vessels that don't form correctly.
Velopharyngeal dysfunction causes a leak of sound or air into the nose during speech.
A venous malformation is a type of vascular malformation.
Motor dysfunction refers to the abnormal functioning of a muscle that affects movement.
Vocal cord disorders are often caused by vocal abuse or misuse (excessive use of the voice).
Vocal cord paralysis occurs when the nerve impulses to your voice box are interrupted.
Vocal cord nodules are growths on both vocal cords that are caused by vocal abuse.
Weight management services help patients improve eating habits and overall health.
Wilms tumor is a cancerous tumor originating in the cells of the kidney.
Women and newborn services provide comprehensive care for mothers and newborns.
Women's health services include women and newborn, gynecology, and reproductive medicine.
An X-ray is common test that produces images of the structures inside the body.
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