Family Medicine Residency

  • University of Utah, Chief Resident 2005-2006

Medical School

  • Vanderbilt University

Bachelor of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering

  • Vanderbilt University


  • Utah Medical License
Utah DEA License
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certified
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Certified


  • Sports Medicine
  • Regenerative Medicine (Stem Cell and PRP)
  • Nonsurgical Fracture Care

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • Initial Certification 2006
  • Recertified 2016


  • Utah Medical Association
  • Summit County Medical Society
  • American Medical Association
  • Participating Member of the Regenerative Orthobiologics Registry
  • 21 year member of the Deer Valley Ski Patrol

Care Philosophy

I believe that certain orthopedic conditions will respond best to surgery, but the majority have the opportunity to heal well with a less invasive approach.  I can provide the evaluation, diagnosis and appropriate treatments (including both surgical and non-surgical options). If surgery is indicated, I will immediately get you in with one of my esteemed partners at the Rosenberg Cooley Metcalf Clinic. If non-surgical options are available, I will review all of those that are supported in the medical literature, including casting/splinting/bracing, physical therapy, and injections with cortisone, PRP, or Stem Cell. There are often many options in caring for orthopedic injuries and chronic conditions, and I will work with you to define the right answer for your case.


I have lived and worked in Park City, UT for the last 20 years. Initially I worked with the Park City Clinic doing both family medicine and urgent care. This transitioned to working at the Park City and Heber Medical Center Emergency Departments. I have also regularly staffed the Park City and Canyons Ski Clinic, where I attended to acute ski injuries and trained residents and sports medicine fellows from all over the country. In 2016 I joined the Rosenberg Cooley Metcalf Clinic and am now exclusively providing non-operative orthopedic sports medicine care in our Park City office. I enjoy all sorts of sports and endurance activities including hockey, baseball, football, soccer and, of course, skiing. I have completed a number of half-ironman races and local endurance races including the Point to Point Mountain Bike Race in Park City. I have been a member of the Deer Valley Ski Patrol since 1997 and continue to enjoy working with orthopedic injuries in the most acute, on-mountain setting.

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