Ryan Slater, MD - Medical Providers | Revere Health
(801) 763-3885 1184 East 80 North American Fork Utah 84003
4.6 out of 5 (284 Reviews)

Ryan Slater, MD

Orthopedics

Dr. Slater is originally from American Fork, Utah and was a three-sport athlete in high school. He attended Brigham Young University on a football scholarship and played wide-receiver for the Cougars. He then received his medical degree from the University of Toledo and completed a residency in Family Medicine at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center.

Dr. Slater completed his sports medicine fellowship at the University of Notre Dame where he gained experience treating athletes from the professional level to youth sports. He is trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound and performs ultrasound-guided injections and other procedures including platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and Tenex microtenotomy.

He specializes in non-surgical treatment of orthopedic and sports related injuries and his other medical interests included management of concussion, stress fractures, and youth overuse injuries. He and his wife have three children and are happy to be here in Utah Valley close to their families and friends.


Voted top doctor in Utah Valley 2018 – Read his interview here.

Locations
1184 East 80 North American Fork, Utah 84003
PHN: (801) 373-7350 FAX: (801) 224-5337
700 West 800 North #100 Orem, Utah 84057
3000 N Triumph Blvd #100 Lehi, Utah 84043

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