Utah Valley Hospital
Sports Medicine Fellowship, 2017
Ohio State University College of Medicine
M.D. – 2013
Brigham Young University
B.S. – 2009
Brett Martindale is a family medicine physician with a special interest in sports medicine. After receiving his undergraduate education from Brigham Young University, Brett went on to Ohio State to obtain his doctorate. He returned to Utah to complete a residency at McKay-Dee Hospital followed by a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Utah Valley Hospital.
As a Sports Medicine Specialist, Dr. Martindale works closely with orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and other professionals to treat various conditions that affect active Utahns.
Sports medicine is not just for high-level athletes – Dr. Martindale sees patients of all ages and athletic abilities. He addresses many sports injuries including:
Introducing OCFIT, Ogden Clinic’s new community wellness program. OCFIT hosts community activities that promote health and wellness—all led by Ogden Clinic providers! Everyone is welcome to participate in our events including group hikes and bike rides. Stay tuned for more information in the weeks to come.
Read more at https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/ocfit-hiking-club/
Spring welcomes runners back to the outdoors this time of year. Whether it’s your first 5K or your 8th marathon, injury prevention is a top priority for all runners. Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Specialist at our Professional Center South has some advice that’ll keep your stride strong all season long.
Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, talks about “tennis elbow” – the causes, symptoms, and how to treat it.https://blog.ogdenclinic.com/2017/10/03/tennis-elbow-not-showing-you-love/