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Non-operative treatment guide for osteoarthritis

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

Robotic-Assisted Hernia Repair

A hiatal hernia is a condition that occurs when the area where the stomach and esophagus meet bulges up through the diaphragm into the chest cavity. In some cases, part of the stomach may bulge above the diaphragm. Stomach acid may move up into the esophagus, causing gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms. Learn more. Many people with Read More

Uterine Fibroid Removal (Myomectomy)

Uterine fibroids are muscular tumors that sometimes develop in the walls of a woman’s uterus. Fibroids are almost always non-cancerous; sometimes they don’t even produce symptoms. However, some women with fibroids do experience symptoms. These fibroids may range in size from a centimeter or two in length to that of a grapefruit. Symptoms of uterine Read More

For National Nutrition Month, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Says “Put Your Best Fork Forward” When Dining Out

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

How Your Metabolism Changes as You Age

Previously posted on 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

How to Recognize Symptoms of Alzheimer’s in Loved Ones

Previously posted on 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

Men’s Health: A Guide For Your 20s Thru 50s and Beyond

Men's Health: A Guide For Your 20s Thru 50s and Beyond Previously Posted on 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

Osteoarthritis: What It Is and How to Treat It

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of degenerative joint disease. It is also known as “wear and tear” arthritis and is characterized by the loss of the cartilage in joints, usually the hip and knee. Osteoarthritis is extremely common - affecting almost 35% of adults over the age of 65 - and can lead to debilitating pain and Read More

Immunizations for Adult Women

Vaccinations are important for adult women and should be reviewed at every annual preventive health appointment. Important vaccinations for women include the following: Tetanus, diphtheria with or without pertussis; influenza; human papilloma virus (HPV); measles-mumps-rubella; hepatitis A and B; pneumococcal; and meningococcal. Below is an overview of these vaccinations. More specific questions should be discussed with your provider. Tetanus Read More

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How to Have a Heart Healthy Pregnancy

“Can I exercise during my pregnancy?’ “How do I stay active during pregnancy?” “Is exercise safe during pregnancy?” --- These are common questions that patients ask me quite frequently during prenatal appointments. Staying healthy and active with a good exercise routine during pregnancy is very important. I encourage my patients to stay active for both Read More

Victory Summit Symposium for Parkinson’s Disease

The Victory Summit will give people with Parkinson's and their families information and tools needed to improve the quality of their lives today. Featuring researchers, clinicians and physical therapists specializing in the field of movement disorders, The Victory Summit symposium covers topics such as quality of life research advantages, therapy treatment options, lifestyle modifications and Read More

Sleep Center

Sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, periodic limb movements, narcolepsy and insomnia, prevent millions of people from having a sound sleep night after night. However, they can also pose many dangerous health threats that most people may not know about. Sleep disorders have been linked to health issues such as: High blood pressure Obesity Impotence Read More

Meet the Surgeons

Dr. Cottam grew up in Houston, Texas. He left Texas to complete his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University. From there he went back to Texas for medical school at the University of Texas. His residency was completed at Nassau University Medical Center in Long Island, New York. It was there his interest in bariatric Read More


If you or a loved one is afflicted with clinically severe obesity, you should know about the related health threats. At the Surgical Weight Loss Center of Utah, the staff and surgeons treat obesity with the goal of helping patients lose weight, while also improving overall quality of life. Learn more below about ten of the Read More


Despite having some of the lower obesity rates in the country, Utah still has a long way to go in fighting obesity. In fact, Utah’s obesity rates are only marginally better than the national average. Over 60 percent of Utah adults are overweight or obese; 472,000 Utah adults struggle with obesity – and its many Read More

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Originally developed to help deep-sea divers overcome decompression sickness, also called "the bends," hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used today to accelerate the healing of wounds that are slow to close on their own. HBO2 therapy is also used to help fight certain types of infections and to treat conditions ranging from chronic bone infections to Read More

Wound Care

For most people, wound healing is a natural, uneventful process. For some, however, it becomes a complex medical problem requiring specialized medical treatment. If you suffer with a hard-to-heal wound, we may be able to help. Our trained specialists follow a multidisciplinary approach to complex wound healing. After an initial evaluation, each patient receives a Read More

Senior Clinic

Today, seniors are living longer, more vibrant lives, and by maintaining a healthy lifestyle older adults can enjoy the golden years even more. The Salt Lake Senior Clinic offers specialized medical care and a personalized approach to helping seniors stay healthy. Our staff is committed to making each visit as comfortable, informative and helpful as Read More

Therapy Services

Patient Centered, Evidence Based At Salt Lake Regional, we have provided comprehensive outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation services to the Salt Lake City community for more than 35 years. Individualized Programs to Meet Your Needs We understand how difficult it is, both physically and psychologically, to get back on your feet after surgery or a Read More

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine, sometimes referred to as biologic medicine, is the process of using a person’s own cells to generate new living, functional tissue. Regenerative medicine helps injured athletes heal quickly while avoiding surgery. To fully understand regenerative medicine, it helps to have some knowledge of how the body repairs itself. When the body is cut Read More


Patients who have received orthopedic care at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center know that the treatment process doesn’t come to an end after post-op discharge. Patients are strongly encouraged to participate in physical therapy and rehabilitation programs that help them achieve long-lasting improvement. The orthopedic surgeons at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center enjoy close working Read More

Shoulder Arthroplasty

Every year, thousands of people in the Salt Lake City area are diagnosed with shoulder pain. When the pain strikes, Salt Lake knows where to go: the Center for Precision Joint Replacement at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, where dedicated teams of healthcare professionals work together to address the patient’s pain, treatment options, and the Read More

Infection Prevention

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center has an Infection Prevention program designed to improve the quality of health care through the practice and management of infection prevention, education, and research. The Infection Prevention team collects data on hospital acquired and analyzes the data to identify patterns and trends. Infection rates are shared and discussed with physician Read More


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