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.
In 2011, the CDC reported that 1 in 12 people in the US (approximately 25 million) have asthma , with the numbers rising every year. Can you imagine, then, how many people have chronic asthma in 2017?
Many people develop the disease as children. From then on they experience episodes of shortness of breath, chest tightening, coughing fits and wheezing. During asthma attacks, the airways leading to the lungs constrict, preventing enough air from passing in and out. Additionally, the body produces extra mucus, clogging the airways even more.Needless to say, it can be a challenge for children and adults alike to live with this condition. Yet, you’ll be happy to know that it is manageable and doesn’t have to stop you from living a full, happy and healthy life. What are some things you can do to keep your asthma under wraps instead of it keeping you under wraps?
When most people hear that word arthritis, they immediately associate it with adults — especially older individuals. While the Arthritis Foundation does report that close to 50% of people over age 65 do have some form of arthritis , many younger individuals are also living with it.
In fact, two-thirds of those diagnosed are under age 65. You might be surprised to know that some 300,000 children of varying ages are a part of this group! The month of July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness month.The purpose is to educate parents and others on this painful condition and help them to support children who bravely battle it each day. Why not test your current knowledge on this important subject?
When summer rolls around, most people are inevitably exposed to more sun whether they lay out and tan or not. It’s been long since confirmed that the use of tanning beds and prolonged exposure to the sun, especially without any sun protection, can have detrimental effects.
This might leave you wondering how you can avoid these issues, yet still have healthy, glowing skin all summer long. Let’s consider some do’s and don’ts that will be a major help.