Orthopedics & Sports MedicineCall 435.538.2685
We pride ourselves in offering innovative, local orthopedic care with two orthopedic doctors providing solutions for:
- Fractures and Sprains
- Carpal Tunnel
- Sports Related Injuries
- Trigger Finger
- Tennis Elbow
- Total Knee Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
- Back Pain
- Joint Degeneration
- Total Hip Replacement
Looking for relief from joint pain?
Thanks to joint aches and pains, many people find that everyday activities like gardening, biking, golfing, and even playing with kids or grandkids may bring more pain than pleasure. If you can relate, we may be able to help. Answer a few questions to see if you should speak with a provider about finding the right treatment to help put the go in your get-up-and-go again.
The outpatient surgical area at Ashley Regional Medical Center, in Vernal, UT, contains a Short Stay Surgery area and a large surgical suite. The latest surgical equipment and monitoring devices are included in this beautiful area. Ashley Regional Medical Center provides a variety of surgical services, including:
- Hand surgery
- Knee (partial and total) surgery
- Shoulder surgery
- Hip surgery
- Traumatic injury
- Arthroscopic surgery
- ACL reconstruction
- Patella dysfunction
- Rotator cuff
- Total Shoulder
- Sports injuries
An Introduction to Bone and Joint Health
A minimally invasive surgery allowing a surgeon to view the interior of a joint.
Whether you’re an athlete, a weekend warrior or an active individual, we can care for your sports-related injuries.
Knee problems can occur in people of all ages. We’re here to address your pain and help keep you moving forward.
When hip pain disrupts your daily routine, we’re here with compassionate and individualized care to help keep you moving forward.
Proudly Offering Robotic Joint Replacement
Using advanced technology with robotic-assisted surgery for partial and total knee replacements and total hip replacements, patients are able to spend less time in the hospital and typically experience less pain. The certified orthopedic surgeon uses robotic-assisted surgery to provide more accuracy throughout the procedures, which benefits the patient and their recovery.