Your Visit

Your Appointment

If you are a new patient, please arrive to your appointment early in order to complete the registration process. In addition, please bring the following:

  • Driver's License or State ID-required
  • Referral (If Required by Insurer)
  • Insurance Card-required and must be current
  • Copies of Operation Records, Medical Records, X-rays, MRIs, and CT Scans from Prior Doctor Visits (Bring physical copies, do not rely on referring office to send)
  • A List of Current Medications, Prior Surgeries, Medical history and Any Known Allergies-required


Please call the office to make an appointment in advance. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call us as far in advance as possible so we may use that time to see another patient in need of care. We make a sincere effort to adhere to our appointment schedule and appreciate your patience if we are late due to emergencies or hospital surgery.

Fees & Payments

We make every effort to decrease the cost of your medical care. Therefore, we request payment arrangements for all office services at the time they are rendered unless prior arrangements have been made. We accept cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover for your convenience. If we are a participating provider of your insurance company, we will bill them. However, all copayments are the patient's responsibility. We will help in any way we can to assist you in handling claims.

Prescriptions & Renewals

Please request all prescriptions and authorizations during our regular office hours, when our full records are available. Renewals requested at other times will be filled only for extreme or emergent circumstances.

What Treatments Does Utah Orthopaedics Offer?

At Utah Orthopaedics, we offer a wide array of treatments. We can help treat conditions such as bursitis, carpal tunnel, Achilles tendon ruptures, ankle fractures, and arthritis. To help people with these conditions, we specialize in many different treatment methods.

These treatment methods include the following:

  • Total wrist replacement
  • Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction
  • Shoulder arthroscopy
  • Elbow arthroscopy
  • Ankle ligament reconstruction
  • Reconstructive foot surgery
  • Arthroscopic hamstring repair
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Joint reconstruction and replacement
  • Anterior hip arthroplasty

In the worst-case scenario, if a condition is beyond repair, we can amputate the affected extremity. 

Does Utah Orthopaedics Take Insurance?

Yes, we take most major insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, employee-sponsored health insurance, COBRA, and student health plans. However, it is important to note that you should contact your insurance provider to see if they cover your condition. Only some insurance policies cover the same problems, so it is best to check if your policy can pay for the cost. If your insurance does not cover the cost, we will work with you to find the best solution.

What Can I Expect From an Appointment With Utah Orthopaedics?

Before your appointment, it is important to compile the most relevant information. This information includes your medical history, the medicine you are taking, and the problems you are experiencing. This information is important for the doctor to know so they can determine the best way to treat your condition.

Once it is time for your appointment, the doctor will go over your file and ask what the problem is. During this time, you need to tell them about any underlying conditions you have and the medication you are taking.

Schedule an Appointment

If you have suffered an injury and suspect an underlying problem, Utah Orthopaedics is here to help. Contact us at 801-917-8000 to schedule an appointment with us today.

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Office Hours

Mon-Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Fri: 8am - 12pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

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