Mt. Pleasant Orthopedics - Departments | Revere Health
(801) 373-7350
2nd Wednesday of Each Month
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
1100 South Medical Drive
Mt. Pleasant, Utah 84647
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Orthopedics Providers

Doctors

Services

General Orthopedic Care

Surgical and non-surgical treatment of hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, ankle, hip, spine/neck, and foot/lower extremity

Advanced Arthritis

Specialized care for patients with advanced arthritis, a condition causing pain and stiffness in several joints.

Sports Medicine

Care for sport-related injuries as well as assistance planning exercise routines to improve athletic performance.

Back & Neck Conditions (Scoliosis)

Scoliosis is an abnormal, lateral curvature of the spine that causes physical deformity, stiffness and pain.

Arthroscopy

A minimally invasive surgical procedure using an arthroscope to identify and treat damage of the joint.

Arthroscopic Surgery

Minimally invasive surgery using an arthroscope to diagnose joint conditions when other tests aren’t definitive.

Work-Related Injury Care

Care for physical injuries, illnesses or stress-related injuries that occur due to specific jobs at work.

Trauma

Specialized care for trauma injuries, when damage has occurred as a result of a severely distressing event.

Fracture Care

We work to promote bone healing and restore bone function as soon as possible for fracture patients.

Patient Education

Blog

Soft Tissue Injuries 101

Soft tissue areas like muscles, tendons and ligaments are regularly injured during sports and other forms of exercise, but injuries to these areas can also occur during basic, everyday activities.…

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Preparing for Hip Arthroscopy: What to Know Before You Go

Your doctor may recommend hip arthroscopy to diagnose or treat certain conditions of the hip. This minimally invasive procedure uses small incisions through which a tiny camera and instruments can…

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The ACL: What is it Anyway?

Commonly known as the ACL, the anterior cruciate ligament is vital in restraining forward motion of the tibia (shinbone). The femur (thighbone) sits atop the tibia, and the knee joint—the…

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