Mitchell Larsen, MD - Revere Health
(801) 373-7350 1055 North 500 West Provo Utah 84604
4.3 out of 5 (288 Reviews)
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Mitchell Larsen, MD


Mitchell W. Larsen, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon. He is board certified for orthopedic surgery and orthopedic sports medicine by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. After receiving his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree at Georgetown University, he completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and a fellowship in shoulder and sports medicine at Duke University.

Dr. Larsen chose to become an orthopedic surgeon after growing up watching his father work in the same profession. He observed the love his father had for taking care of people and improving lives by fixing problems with their knees and shoulders. Dr. Larsen enjoys communicating with his patients and working together to find a solution, either through surgery or lifestyle changes.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Larsen enjoys mountain biking and spending time with his wife and six children. The family will often go skiing, whitewater rafting and kayaking together. Dr. Larsen also spends a significant amount of time helping with a local nonprofit, Encircle, that was founded by his wife Stephenie Larsen. Stephenie currently serves as the CEO for the LGBTQ+ resource center in Provo, Utah. They would like to expand the organization to Salt Lake City and St. George.

1055 North 500 West #121, Building C Provo, Utah 84604
PHN: (801) 373-7350 FAX: (801) 224-5337
700 West 800 North #100 Orem, Utah 84057
PHN: (801) 373-7350 FAX: (801) 465-8898
555 W SR 164 Salem, Utah 84653


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