Braden Taylor received his Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in athletic training from Brigham Young University in 2000 after working with the men and women’s cross-country teams and women’s gymnastics team. He then attended the University of Utah where he received his Master of Physical Therapy in 2003.
He spent the first decade of his career working in the Salt Lake Valley specializing in outpatient orthopedics. He provided care for multiple local high school athletes, Salt Lake Community College athletes and the Utah Grizzlies hockey team. In addition to time in the clinic, he spent time coordinating volunteer care for the Days of ’47 Rodeo.
Braden began working for Revere Health in 2013. He continues to passionately treat and help patients with a wide array of orthopedic conditions reduce pain and improve and restore mobility, strength and function in order to return to work, the activities they love and to be able to perform home responsibilities. He specializes in rehabilitating shoulder, hip, knee and ankle injuries, pre- and post-operatively, as well as provides education regarding the prevention of orthopedic injuries.
Braden enjoys spending time with his wife and five children mountain biking, hiking, dirt biking, golfing and camping.
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