Orthopedic center in Ogden, Utah
Ogden Regional Medical Center provides a comprehensive orthopedic care program in eastern Utah. Here, our orthopedic surgeons work with nurses, physical therapists and other specialists to provide high-quality surgical and nonsurgical treatments. Should orthopedic surgery be the best treatment option for you, our orthopedic team provides education and individualized support every step of the way to promote a healthy and successful recovery.
To schedule a consultation with an orthopedic specialist at Ogden Regional Medical Center, please call (855) 796-0593.
Advanced Primary Stroke Center
Ogden Regional Medical Center has received certification from The Joint Commission for our total hip and knee replacement and spine surgery programs. We have also been designated as a Blue Distinction Center for hip and knee replacement from Blue Cross and Blue Shield. These designations have been awarded to us for our dedication to high-quality care and patient safety.
Comprehensive orthopedic care
Our orthopedic center's environment emphasizes wellness and socialization while maximizing your recovery efforts. To do this, we offer:
- Education for you and your family
- Dedicated caregivers who specialize in the care of patients with orthopedic needs
- Group activities and therapies that supplement your personalized care
- Intensive rehabilitation program to prepare you for a safe transition home
Diagnostics for orthopedic conditions
Our doctors specialize in diagnosing and treating joint pain and degenerative diseases as well as fractures, dislocations, torn ligaments and other injuries. To diagnose and better understand your condition, your doctor may order imaging exams, such as:
- 64-slice computed tomography (CT)
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Hand and upper extremity care
Our orthopedic specialists are experts at treating conditions of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Whether your doctor suggests a noninvasive treatment or a surgical procedure, we have the expertise and resources to provide full-service hand and upper extremity care.
Joint pain can be debilitating, preventing typically active people from continuing their active lifestyles. This is why we are proud to offer the Total Joint Center. Here, our bone and joint doctors specialize in joint pain treatment to help you move freely and without pain. Our specialists will work with you one-on-one to determine the cause of your joint pan, which allows them to suggest an effective treatment plan.
At the Total Joint Center, our team is dedicated to patient education and supporting you through every phase of your joint replacement. To find out more about our joint pain treatments, call the Total Joint Center at (801) 479-2241.
Joint replacement surgery
Sometimes, nonsurgical and noninvasive treatments do not resolve joint pain when there is severe damage to the joint. In these cases, your orthopedic surgeon may suggest joint replacement surgery. This procedure involves your surgeon replacing the damaged area of your joint with an artificial (prosthetic) implant.
We offer the following joint replacements:
- Total and partial elbow replacement
- Total hip replacement
- Total knee replacement
- Total shoulder replacement
The spine doctors at our Spine Institute offer customized, tailored treatment plans specifically for spine care. We offer advanced diagnostics, therapies and surgical techniques, including minimally invasive spine surgery, to get you on the road to recovery.
If surgery is necessary, our Spine Institute team provides you with education and personalized care throughout your experience. Following spine surgery, we provide individual therapy sessions and group exercise classes to help you heal.
To find out more about our spine care services, call the Spine Institute at (801) 476-6900.
Orthopedic care at MountainStar Healthcare
Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.Learn about Orthopedic care