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

Orthopedics Providers



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.


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.


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


Treating Ankle Arthritis with Total Ankle Replacement

Also called total ankle replacement, a surgical procedure called total ankle arthroplasty (TAA) is used to treat ankle arthritis. Without treatment, this form of arthritis can lead to loss of…

Total knee replacement

Partial Knee Replacement vs. Full Knee Replacement: What Are the Differences?

Knee replacement is often necessary when a person’s knee joint becomes severely diseased, inflamed or deteriorated. Knee replacements can help restore a person’s ability to walk, climb stairs or even…

Osteochondral Defect: Cartilage Injury in the Knee

The body is made up of different support structures, and one of the most important of these as it relates to movement is cartilage. Cartilage is a tissue that’s found…

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