Why Choose Intermountain?

We take a team-based approach to care, making sure you understand all your options every step of the way. Our providers are some of the best and our programs routinely surpass national benchmarks.

Collaborative Approach

Our providers share knowledge, evaluate new technologies, and collaborate on cases and treatment options, leading to exceptional outcomes.

Empowering Education

We want you to understand your options. Once you and your provider have made a shared treatment decision, we make sure you always know the next steps.

Quality Care, Mindful Costs

As a not-for-profit healthcare system, we work to keep costs sustainable. Without shareholders, we are able to focus on providing affordable, patient-centric care.

Integrated Network

Because our program is integrated into the Intermountain care delivery system, providers are able to easily communicate with each other about your treatment plan.

Convenient Locations

With locations across Utah and southern Idaho, you can access care close to home—whether that’s physical therapy or a leading orthopedic surgeon.

What We Do

We diagnose and treat injuries and diseases of the bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles. From sports injuries to foot pain to a total joint replacement, our team will help you understand your condition, choose the best treatment option, and recover fully.

A Care Team Centered Around You


Your Provider plays a key role in your journey.

An orthopedics provider can be a primary care physician, a sports medicine physician, a podiatrist, or an orthopedic surgeon. A provider will lead your care team.

Advanced Practice Provider (APP)

Your Advanced Practice Provider (APP) plays a key role in your journey.

An APP is usually a Physician’s Assistant or Nurse Practitioner. Their role is to help support your provider in diagnosing and managing your care.

Physical Therapist

Your Physical Therapist plays a key role in your journey.

A physical therapist can help evaluate your condition and guide you in exercises to help your recovery. Physical therapy is common after surgeries and is usually done in a clinical setting.

Athletic Trainer

Your Athletic Trainer plays a key role in your journey.

An athletic trainer helps support a sports medicine or primary care physician with your care. They can also give you informal home exercises to do to help manage your condition.

Total Joint Coordinator

Your Total Joint Coordinator plays a key role in your journey.

A Total Joint Coordinator is a nurse who guides you through the process of a total joint replacement. They make sure you have the education and information you need before surgery, and follow up with you after surgery to make sure you recover fully.

Sponsorships & Affiliations

Intermountain Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is proud to support high school students, college teams, and professional athletes with orthopedics, physical therapy, sports medicine, sports science, and sports training. Schools, teams, and associations trust us to care for their athletes. Experience that same quality of care for yourself (no matter your level of athletic ability!).

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Brigham Young University

Dixie State University

USA Cycling

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Utah State University

Utah Warriors

Utah Valley University

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