Revere Health Expands Services and Providers in Southern Utah | Revere Health

PROVO, UTAH – Aug. 15, 2017 – New services are now available through Revere Health clinics in Southern Utah as four new physicians join the team this summer.

“Bringing on these experienced physicians will improve our ability to provide the care required for patients living in St. George and surrounding communities,” said Paul Broadhead, southern division administrator for Revere Health. “Each of the new physicians we are working with are exceptionally skilled, highly qualified and will bring fresh expertise to our physician network.”

A new family practice provider in Kanab, Utah will provide increased access to procedures such as vasectomies and patients in St. George, Utah will also have expanded care options for cardiovascular care and physical medicine–an aggressive, non-surgical treatment process for conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries and diseases, back and neck pain, muscle pain, sports injuries, stroke, cancer and arthritis.

“The Revere Health network provides the ability to collaborate with a lot of different medical disciplines in order to maximize the best care possible for patients,” says new Revere Health physician Max Root from the Southern Utah Spine and Rehabilitation Center. “Because our non-surgical approach includes Revere Health’s first physical medicine and physical therapy offices in Southern Utah, we can add our expertise to that of other medical professionals in helping patients live better.”

Bryson Hollingshead, DO is the newest member of the Kanab family medicine team. Hollingshead trained in the full spectrum of family medicine, including pediatrics, obstetrics, geriatrics and a variety of medical procedures during his education. Hollingshead speaks Spanish and offers deliveries, C-sections, colonoscopies, vasectomies, and dilation and curettage procedures in addition to standard office procedures.

Nicholas Laffely, MD joined the Revere Health Heart of Dixie cardiology team as an interventional cardiologist in June. Laffely is board certified in nuclear medicine and specializes in diagnostic cardiac catheterization, interventional cardiology, angioplasty and stents, echocardiography, stress echocardiography and transesophageal echocardiograms.

Brothers Bradley Root, DO and Max Root, MD of Southern Utah Spine and Rehabilitation Center joined Revere Health in July. Both Bradley and Max Root specialize in physical medicine and offer care for conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries and disease, back and neck pain, acute and chronic pain, work-related injuries, muscle pain, sports injuries, amputations, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, stroke, cancer, arthritis, nerve problems and muscle spasms.