Adult Joint Reconstruction Fellowship –2019
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Orthopedics Residency –2018
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
M.D. – 2013
Weber State University
B.S. Zoology – 2009
Brady Mock grew up in Pleasant View, graduating from Weber High School before attending Weber State University for his undergraduate education. From there, he attended medical school at University of Pittsburg School of Medicine as an orthopedic resident. Dr. Mock earned a spot at OrthoCarolina for his fellowship training where he learned from leading experts in the field of adult joint reconstruction surgery.
Now an orthopedic hip and knee surgeon at Ogden Clinic, some of Dr. Mock’s clinical interests are direct anterior and posterior hip arthroplasty, total and partial knee arthroplasty, revision arthroplasty of the hip and knee, and treating prosthetic joint infections. He is excited to be back in the Ogden area practicing orthopedics in his hometown.
In his free time, Dr. Mock enjoys boating, fishing, snow skiing, enjoying the activities his kids are into, and the Utah Jazz.
Ogden Clinic's newest hip and knee orthopedic specialist, Dr. Brady Mock, talks about a few different approaches to hip replacement––some new and lesser-known. Let's just say that he's a hipster. To schedule with Dr. Mock, visit ogdenclinic.com.