University of Utah
Residency, Podiatry – completed 2003
California College of Podiatric Medicine
D. P. M., 2000
Brigham Young University
Dr. Bruse was born and raised in Salt Lake City. He is currently a Podiatrist at Ogden Clinic and certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery. His expertise includes heel pain treatment, plantar fasciitis, and hammer toes. Dr. Bruse also offers non-surgical approaches to foot and ankle health including sports medicine, diabetic care and wound treatment.
Jason Bruse has four kids and loves spending time with them. In his free time, he plays golf, tennis, and softball. Dr. Bruse also loves to fly fish and water-ski.
Beyond being a source of embarrassment, toenail fungus can have serious consequences. It can cause pain walking, difficulty cutting the nail, and even serious infection if left untreated. The gold standard for treating nail fungus has been prescription oral medication, but it’s only effective in about 60% of patients. Dr. Jason Bruse discusses a new laser treatment that provides superior outcomes.https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/laser-toenail-fungus-removal/
Even with shoe inserts or elastic straps, your favorite pair of heels can still start nagging after a few hours. If you regularly wear heels, you’ve probably asked yourself “Could these damage my feet?” Dr. Bruse weighs in on whether or not your preference for high heels has lasting health consequences.https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/high-heels-foot-damage/
You only have two big toes, and they both carry the greatest load of your body weight. Your big toes are critical to overall balance, so taking care of them is a big deal. Podiatrists across the country see patients suffering from arthritic big toe joint or hallux limitus/rigidus, which tends to present symptoms in people between their 30’s and 40’s. Arthritic big toe joint is one of the most common foot problems that primarily affect women.https://blog.ogdenclinic.com/2017/04/12/pain-in-your-big-toe-you-may-need-a-replacement-ksl-brandview-41217/
Summer shoes are notorious for not having enough arch support. The good news? You can wear cute shoes and be comfortable! Dr. Bruse shares his best tips in the latest episode of The Scope!
Dr. Jason Bruse is a board-certified podiatrist who specializes in running injuries and injury prevention. He's at a local running store discussing what to look for when it's time for a new pair of shoes.
Tracking over 65 years of combined experience, Ogden Clinic’s podiatry team can handle whatever ails your ankles to your toes.
How much support do you need? How much room in the toebox? Dr. Bruse answers these and other questions about preventing running injuries on Good Things Utah.
Dr. Jason Bruse sees patients for a variety of podiatric conditions, but he’s developed a special interest in big toe joint replacement. This surgery drastically improves the quality of life for people in Farmington and the surrounding areas. Dr. Bruse also talks about his approach to patient care.
Dr. Jason Bruse, Podiatrist, with Ogden Clinic discusses bunions with Brooke Walker on KSL - Studio 5.
Dr. Jason Bruse, Podiatrist, with Ogden Clinic was on ABC 4 News discussing healthy winter feet.
Dr. Jason Bruse, Podiatrist with Ogden Clinic in Farmington, was on Fox 13's The Place discusses winter feet.
April is National Foot and Ankle Awareness Month. Check out this Ingrown Toenail Removal with Dr. Jason Bruse - Does it Hurt?