Looking for someone to deliver a baby or perform a C-section? We have five doctors at our Pleasant Grove location who can meet your needs: E. J. Corry, Sean Doyle, Timo Hoggard, Scott Smith, and Marshall Willis. With on-site ultrasound and lab services, they provide some of the best OB care in the area from one convenient location.
Want a provider with experience? Again, our PG location fits the ticket. With over 150 collective years of practicing medicine, this group ofpractitioners has gained a lot of time-honored wisdom while staying up-to-date on new techniques. In addition to the doctors who provide OB care, you will find Doctors Michael Lehnardt and Thad Barkdull. We also have physician assistants and nurse practitioners: Randy Crockett, Sandy Miller, Ruth Hooper, and Anne Vincent.
Located at 830 North 2000 West in Pleasant Grove (just south of AF Hospital), we offer urgent care on a walk-in basis Monday through Saturday. Full xray services are available for fracture care. To call for hours or to schedule regular appointments, phone (801) 756-3511.
In addition to a full range of family practice medicine, some of our doctors provide specialized services. To highlight just a few:
* Sports injuries including ultrasound guided joint, nerve, and tendon injections; acupuncture; acupressure and cupping; ultrasound evaluation of musculoskeletal injuries; prolotherapy; viscosupplementation; and reduction of joint separations (Dr. Barkdull)
* Circumcisions, vasectomies (Drs. Barkdull, Corry, Doyle, Hoggard, Smith, Willis)
* IUDs, Nexplanon (Drs. Corry, Hoggard, Willis)
* Colposcopies (when pap results are abnormal, Dr. Barkdull)
* Treadmill stress testing (Dr. Barkdull)
* Accutane (Dr. Corry)
* Toenail removals (Dr. Lehnardt, Randy Crockett)
* Flight physicals (Dr. Willis)
* We have providers who speak German, Finnish, Italian and Spanish (Dr. Lehnardt, Hoggard, Willis, Randy Crockett respectively)
Let us know how we can best meet your needs today, give us a call 801-756-3511.
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It's estimated that one in five high school athletes will suffer a concussion during sports season. Younger athletes have the highest rate of concussions. While more perceived contact sports like football are thought to be the highest risk for a potential concussion, all sports carry a similar risk and demand similar precaution and treatment. As a parent, your first instinct might be to ban your child from playing sports altogether. But is that really necessary? No. Why do we say this?For one thing, if you encourage your child to play safely and receive training in head injury prevention, you can minimize risk. And if your child does happen to suffer from a concussion, there are steps you can take to ensure that they heal as quickly and as completely as possible.