Orthopedics | Revere Health

SPECIALIZED CARE

Our staff is trained to handle a variety of orthopedic problems and provide sports medicine care. Our physicians take the time to individualize your treatment plan, and we care for you and your family with the same state-of-the-art techniques we use with Olympic athletes.

NON-SURGICAL SOLUTIONS

We understand that orthopedic surgery can be expensive and frustrating. We focus on conservative methods first to make sure you can get back to the activities you enjoy as quickly as possible. We are constantly expanding our skill set and have the latest in techniques, services and equipment.

Clinic Locations

(435) 628-9393

1335 N Northfield Road Suite 200, Cedar City, Utah 84720

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(435) 628-9393

330 Falcon Ridge Parkway Suite 400A, Mesquite, Nevada 89027

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(435) 628-9393

1490 East Foremaster Drive, #150 St. George, Utah 84790

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(801) 373-7350

3000 N Triumph Blvd, #100 Lehi, Utah 84043

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(801) 373-7350

1100 South Medical Drive, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 84647

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(801) 373-7350

700 West 800 North, #100 Orem, Utah 84057

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(801) 373-7350

1055 North 500 West, #121, Building C Provo, Utah 84604

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Patient Education

Orthopedics Blog

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…

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How To Prevent Shin Splints

Common in runners, dancers, military recruits and other athletes, shin splints are a condition marked by pain along the shin bone (tibia), or the large bone in the front of…

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Hip Pain - by Dr. Brady Barker

What is Hip Impingement?

Types of FAI   There are three types of FAI: Pincer: When extra bone extends out over the normal rim of the acetabulum (part of the large pelvis bone), this…

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