Orthopedic and spine centers across the Wasatch Front
At MountainStar Healthcare, we are dedicated to helping you maintain your long-term bone and joint health. To do this, we have orthopedic centers located throughout the Wasatch Front—each staffed with expert orthopedic doctors and specialized staff. These highly trained orthopedic care teams use advanced diagnostics and innovative treatments (both surgical and nonsurgical) to help you live pain-free and continue an active lifestyle.
Should you need spine or orthopedic surgery, we use minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible. Our orthopedic centers are also equipped with advanced technology and support resources to promote a healthy recovery after surgery.
For more information or to schedule a consultation with a MountainStar Healthcare orthopedic specialist, please call (855) 796-0593.
Hand and upper extremity care
From shoulder pain to carpal tunnel syndrome, our orthopedic specialists treat a variety of conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities. We understand how chronic pain in the hand or any part of the arm can negatively affect your quality of life. That is why we provide comprehensive hand and upper extremity care, ensuring you can receive the type of treatment that is right for you.
Foot and ankle care
Our foot and ankle doctors provide expert foot and ankle care, diagnosing and treating conditions such as bunions, fractures or misaligned toes. We will work with you to determine an effective treatment to resolve your pain and other symptoms so you can walk and move around with ease.
Often, your lifestyle, livelihood and recreational choices depend on strong, flexible joints that allow you to move without pain. However, joint pain caused by injury, disease or aging can begin to take away some of the activities you once enjoyed.
If you are someone who lives with chronic joint pain, our specialists are here to help. Through our joint care program, we provide access to joint pain treatments, including arthritis treatments, to restore your joint health and quality of life.
Joint replacement surgery
If the damage to your joint is severe, your orthopedic surgeon may suggest a joint replacement. A joint replacement is a surgical procedure to replace any damaged parts of your joint with artificial components (prostheses). The artificial implant creates a like-new joint, allowing your joint to glide and move smoothly and easily.
Our orthopedic surgeons perform:
- Total and partial elbow replacements
- Total and partial hip replacements
- Total and partial knee replacements
- Total, partial and reverse shoulder replacements
If your surgeon recommends joint replacement, our hospitals provide comprehensive, personalized care and support for you throughout the surgical process. We also offer therapy services to help you get moving after surgery, promoting a healthy recovery.
Robotic knee and hip replacement surgery
At MountainStar Healthcare, we strive to bring innovative orthopedic treatments to our patients. One example of this is our use of robot-assisted surgical technology for total hip, total knee and partial knee replacement surgeries.
The robotic technology provides your orthopedic surgeon with a personalized surgical plan based on your unique anatomy. Specifically, it uses imaging scans of your joint to create a 3D model of your hip or knee. Your surgeon uses this 3D model preplan and assist your surgeon in performing your procedure.
Complex orthopedic conditions can sometimes put a patient at risk of losing a limb. That is why we have assembled a multidisciplinary team of experts, including infectious disease specialists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons and oncologists, dedicated to limb preservation. These specialists work together to provide you with comprehensive preventive care and treatment.
Our pediatric orthopedists provide comprehensive orthopedic care for kids. From congenital conditions to broken bones, we have the resources and expertise to treat a variety of pediatric orthopedic conditions. Additionally, we provide a highly specialized craniofacial surgery program.
Our pediatric orthopedic care teams are specially trained to diagnose and treat children while simultaneously easing their fears and anxieties. We know the hospital setting can be an overwhelming environment for kids, which is why your child's team will educate and support you and your child throughout the process of care.
The spine is a complex structure that requires multispecialty care to ensure proper treatment. This type of expert care is exactly what you will find at our hospitals. Our spine specialists use advanced diagnostics, pain management therapies and state-of-the-art treatments to provide you comprehensive spine care.
If spine surgery is necessary, we deliver personalized care through your surgical experience. Our dedicated spine care teams also take time to educate you so you can actively participate in your care and recovery.
When an injury or other condition prohibits you from enjoying your sport, we are here for you. From diagnosis through rehabilitation and return-to-sport clearance, our sports medicine program offers a range of services designed to help get you back to your sport safely and stronger than ever.
Orthopedic rehabilitation often goes hand-in-hand with orthopedic conditions. For example, your doctor may prescribe physical therapy and rehabilitation as a noninvasive first line of treatment. Similarly, they may prescribe therapy services after surgery to help you recovery.
Through orthopedic rehabilitation, our therapy team works with you and your doctor to develop a personalized treatment plan to help you gain strength, mobility and function.