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Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common forms of arthritis. The joint pain and stiffness caused by OA can make it difficult to work, play sports and perform daily activities. Osteoarthritis is a condition of the bone or joint in which there is loss of cartilage (soft, spongy tissue covering the bone for protection) Read More

Real Salt Lake forward Ricardo Velazco will miss the rest of the MLS regular season as the most recent RSL player to undergo surgery. The 24-year-old homegrown player underwent successful surgery Thursday to repair a high right ankle sprain suffered in training on Tuesday. Team orthopedic surgeon Dr. Andrew Cooper performed the operation at Salt Read More

Painful Period?

Painful Period? by Andrea Smith, MD I think women are, to some degree, conditioned to just "deal with" some of our challenges of being female.  Periods are usually a little to very difficult to deal with.  I see teens in my office affected enough, they are missing school or sports when on their periods.  As Read More

For National Nutrition Month, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Says "Put Your Best Fork Forward" When Dining Out February 8, 2017 CHICAGO – At the office or a restaurant, eating away from home doesn't have to undermine your healthful habits. To help find your healthy eating style during National Nutrition Month®, celebrated each March, the Read More

Previously posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article. “You gave me a heart attack!” can be one of the most common phrases people use to describe extreme anxiety or fear during a situation. However, these events do affect your heart, as well as the food you eat and how much (or how little) Read More

Previously posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz.  Over two-thirds of adults are considered overweight or obese according to the National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Consequently, this may be the first generation in modern history where the younger generation has a shorter life expectancy than Read More

Previously posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz.  According to the Mayo Clinic, your metabolism is nothing more and nothing less than "the process by which your body converts what you eat and drink into energy." This isn't just the energy for movement. In fact, your basal metabolic rate Read More

Previously posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. In recent decades, medical professionals have created much needed advancements in bariatrics, the field dedicated to the study and treatment of obesity, because of the increasing rate of weight gain in the United States. A 2005 article in the American Journal Read More

We are pleased to announce the availability of the recently released upgraded software for the Robotic Assisted Total Hip Arthroplasty.  MAKOplasty total hip replacement application is designed to support the surgeon’s ability to more accurately align and position the implants relative to the patient’s specific anatomy.  Thjs is designed to allow the surgeon to reduce Read More

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  Salt Lake Regional Medical Center Earns Coveted 2016 Leapfrog Top Hospital Award Salt Lake City—December 7, 2016—The Leapfrog Group recently announced that Salt Lake Regional Medical Center has been named a Top Hospital. Widely acknowledged as one of the most prestigious distinctions a hospital can receive in the U.S., the recognition showcases Salt Lake Read More

Previously posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. The holidays may be some of the happiest times of the year, but they can also be some of the most dangerous and stressful. More traffic, worse weather, more safety hazards and the potential for holiday blues, among other challenges, face Read More

Previously posted on DeseretNews.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. More than 5 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association — roughly 1.5 percent of the population. Alzheimer’s disease is “an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually Read More

3 Ways Aging Affects Men's Health Previously Posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. Everyone wants to live well at each stage of life, and this means working to understand and increase your individual health. Men and women experience changes to their bodies over time. In every stage, the two Read More

By Gwen Hutchings, Licensed Master Aesthetician at Barr Aesthetics November is National Healthy Skin Month, which begs the question: why should you care about skin health? It’s just cosmetic, right? Wrong. Your skin is your body’s largest—and most exposed—organ, and it performs several vital functions. Irregularities such as acne, brown spots, wrinkles, and chronic dryness Read More

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center and Davis Hospital and Medical Center Earn “A” Grade for Patient Safety from Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade SALT LAKE CITY—NOVEMBER 1, 2016—New Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, which assign A, B, C, D and F letter grades to hospitals nationwide, were announced by The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog Read More

Dr. Jordan Schaeffer of Hofmann Arthritis Institute Honored with the 2016 Community Champions Award from Molina Healthcare of Utah Each recipient of this award is nominated by a community-based organization and a panel of judges then selects the finalists OCTOBER 27, 2016—SALT LAKE CITY—Dr. Jordan Schaeffer, orthopedic surgeon at Hofmann Arthritis Institute and the Center for Read More

Men's Health: A Guide For Your 20s Thru 50s and Beyond Previously Posted on DeseretNews.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. If you could send a message to your younger you, would you encourage yourself to take better care of your health? Save money? Avoid toxic relationships? You would probably have other Read More

The Senior Charity Care Foundation selects Aaron Hofmann, MD, as the 2016 Continuum of Caring recipient This award is given to those who demonstrate strong support for the senior population SALT LAKE CITY—OCT. 14, 2016—The Senior Charity Care Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to seniors in care facilities, selects Aaron Hofmann, MD Read More

Previously Posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. Women’s health can often be viewed as something mysterious and multifaceted. In reality, women and men require the same essential things to stay healthy, including eating a balanced diet and getting plenty of sleep and exercise. Still, women’s anatomy and hormone levels Read More

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Enrollment education Prescription coverage gap Medicare in conjunction with other plans Difference among plans Questions and answers from experts September 28 at 4:00 PM Salt Lake Regional Medical Center Moreau Building Auditorium 1002 E. South Temple, SLC October 5 at 4:00 PM Mountain Point Medical Center 3000 Triumph Blvd., Lehi October 10 at 4:00 PM Read More

Previously posted on deseretnews.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz.  With one in eight women in the United States developing invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, chances are, you know someone who has battled or is currently battling this disease — and by battle, we mean drop-kick it to Read More

Previously Posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz.  Look down at your feet touching the ground. They are supporting the weight and absorbing the impact of your entire body with every single step you take. With the immense pressure your feet carry every day, it is imperative you treat them well Read More

Previously Posted on DeseretNews.com. Click here to view original article. Do you have persistent pain in your knee, hip or shoulder that prevents you from completing everyday tasks? Does the pain make it hard to sleep at night or stop you from doing things you normally enjoy? If so, you are experiencing joint pain. While joint Read More

Previously Posted on KSL.com. Click here to view original article and take a quiz. The Olympics are a chance of a lifetime for people who have been training — sometimes their whole lives — for a chance to represent their countries on the pedestal. It's a long road from Regularville, USA, to Brazil — a Read More

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