Revere Health Provo Endocrinology specializes in treating patients with endocrine disorders, gland problems, osteoporosis, thyroid cancer, diabetes, and parathyroid disorders. We also provide services for hyperthyroidism and thyroiditis, disorders caused by hormone imbalances. Together with our patients, we work to provide treatment plans that are specific to their needs. We value our patient’s ability to make their own healthcare decisions and strive to provide clear communication and education. Our providers and staff also offer insulin pump assistance and continuous glucose monitoring system review and education.
Phone: (801) 429-8095
Fax: (801) 354-8265
Monday - Thursday:
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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A small piece of the thyroid gland is removed for examination under a microscope to look for signs of abnormality.
Raised areas of tissue or fluid found on the thyroid that are often harmless but require evaluation.
A routine procedure that examines the thyroid by using sound waves to create an image of the gland within the neck.
Type 1 Diabetes
A chronic condition in which the pancreas does not produce enough insulin to allow glucose to enter cells and produce energy.
Type 2 Diabetes
A chronic condition in which the body resists needed amount of insulin or doesn’t produce enough to keep normal glucose levels.
A small device that continuously delivers insulin to the body throughout the day for patients with diabetes.
A small wearable medical device use to continually track and measure the glucose concentration in the blood.
Diabetes Education & Management
Education for diabetes patients that will help them manage diabetes at home and develop healthy lifestyle habits.
Conditions of the thyroid gland that can cause overproduction or underproduction of thyroid hormones.
Hypercalcemia (excessive calcium in the blood) can lead to weakened bones, kidney stones, and heart and brain problems.
Often characterized by one or more overactive lobes of the parathyroid, which can lead to a serious calcium imbalance.
A small piece of the parathyroid gland is removed for examination under a microscope to look for signs of abnormality.
Fragile or brittle bones due to loss of tissue, generally resulting from calcium or vitamin-D deficiency, or hormonal change.
Conditions of the adrenal gland, which are often genetic and can cause overproduction or underproduction of adrenal hormones.
Overproduction or underproduction of hormones released by the pituitary gland, often caused by an injury or tumor.