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Brett Martindale, MD

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Professional Center South
4700 Harrison Blvd. Ogden, UT 84403


Board Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine

Procedures / Treatments

  • Achilles Tendon Injury Achilles tendon injury is a fairly common and painful sports injury affecting the fibrous band of tissue in behind the ankle.
  • Athlete Medical Care Sports medicine physicians at Ogden Clinic see a wide spectrum of sports injuries in children, teens, adults, and professional athletes. This includes simple ankle sprains and shin splints, groin pulls, and epicondylitis (tennis elbow).
  • Casting Orthopedic casting is the most effective way to treat a fracture or a broken bone. Ogden Clinic specialists use cotton and fiberglass bandages to immobilize injuries and promote recovery.
  • Chronic Fatigue

    Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.

  • Concussions & TBI A bump, blow, jolt, or other head which cases injury and damage to the brain. The effects can be minor to severe.
  • Depression Depression is a common but serious mood disorder that can affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities. Depression often manifests as a persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood. Left untreated, it can adversely affect your eating and sleeping habits, as well as your relationships and your ability to work.
  • Diabetes Treatments related to diabetes and how the body handles blood sugar.
  • Diabetes Education Third party training and support for a patient's diabetes self-management and overall health.
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) Test EKG testing is used to check the heart’s electrical activity. The test can help determine the cause of unexplained chest pain or pressure, diagnose diseases, or check the heart health of patients with existing heart conditions.
  • Fractures A fracture is a broken bone. A bone may be completely fractured or partially fractured in any number of ways (crosswise, lengthwise, in multiple pieces). It can be treated through a variety of means.
  • Intravenous Therapy Intravenous (within-vein) is the fastest way to deliver medications throughout the body. This method is used to correct electrolyte imbalances, perform blood transfusion, or as fluid replacement for dehydration.
  • Joint Injections Also known as intra-articular injections (steroid or other medication) that is injected into a joint to treat inflammatory joint conditions (arthritis, tendinitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, etc.).
  • Laceration Repair Minor skin wounds such as animal bites and deep punctures can be repaired in-office. Depending on the nature/size of the laceration, our professionals will use sutures, staples, or tissue adhesives in an outpatient setting.
  • Lesion Removal Large lesions or lesions in sensitive areas can be removed surgically with local numbing. For minor lesions such as warts, Ogden Clinic specialists can extract them with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy) or salicylic acid.
  • Mental Health Mental health disorders including depression and anxiety can be improved with cognitive-behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, lifestyle coaching, and closely-monitored medication to regulate serotonin in the brain.
  • Overuse Injuries Injuries that are the result of repetitive micro-trauma to the tendons, bones, and joints. Common overuse injuries are tennis elbow, swimmer's shoulder, runner's knee, jumper's knee, and shin splints.
  • Platelet-rich Plasma Injections The specialists at Ogden Clinic use platelet-rich plasma injections as part of their regenerative and sports medicine therapy in Utah.
  • Pulmonary Aspiration A pulmonary aspiration occurs when foreign objects (liquids, food, vomit, saliva) enter the lungs. Treatment includes following the therapies recommended by your Ogden Clinic healthcare professional, including possibly undergoing a swallowing study.
  • Sports Injuries - Nonsurgical (Musculoskeletal) For common sports injuries including sprains, strains, and tears, contact the specialists at Ogden Clinic in Utah for sports medicine and physical therapy.
  • Sports Medicine Sports medicine focuses on helping people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries.
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria, usually from the skin or rectum, enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract.
  • Well Child Checkups The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed a set of comprehensive health guidelines for well-child care that are conducted during well child checkups. These routine visits include growth and development monitoring, preventative care, and vaccinations if needed.


Utah Valley Hospital
Sports Medicine Fellowship, 2017

McKay-Dee Hospital
Residency, 2016

Ohio State University College of Medicine
M.D. – 2013

Brigham Young University
B.S. – 2009


Ogden Clinic – Sports Medicine Physician
Ogden, Utah – 2017 to Present


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:

  • Acute sports injuries like sprains, dislocations, and non-surgical fractures
  • Overuse injuries including stress fractures and tendonitis
  • Concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Pre-participation and “return to play” physical examinations
  • Rehabilitation plans and exercise regimens
  • Subtaylor and ankle arthritis
  • Injury prevention and nutrition coaching

In addition to sports medicine, Dr. Martindale provides family medicine services at two Ogden Clinic locations. Find him at South Ogden Family Medicine and Ogden Clinic’s Professional Center South.

Dr. Brett Martindale In the Media

Ep. 41: PRP Injections for Tendon or Joint Pain | The Scope

Have you heard of PRP injections for conditions like arthritis, tendonitis, tennis elbow, or plantar fasciitis? It's a new option for people with pain in their tendons or joints. Learn more in this episode of The Scope!

Ep. 62: Improving Pain Management after Knee Replacement Surgery | The Scope

Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Jeff Sorenson is joined by Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Brett Martindale. These two specialties work together to help patients recover faster and with less pain thanks to a new procedure called Iovera.

Dr. Brett Martindale on Ogden Clinic's Blog

What Types of Injuries Can Be Treated at a Walk-in Orthopedic Clinic?

With more time outdoors comes more activity-related injuries. If you or a loved one suffers an injury this summer, consider visiting an outpatient clinic rather than spending large amounts of time and money at an emergency room. You can now visit Dr. Martindale for activity-related injuries without an appointment.


What is the Most Common Cause of Knee Pain?

In a recent conversation we had with Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, he told us that shoulder pain and knee pain are the two most common conditions that bring patients into his office. Dr. Martindale recently told us that rotator cuff tendonitis is the most common cause of shoulder pain. In this post, Dr. Martindale explains the most-common causes of knee pain, and how they can be treated.


What is the Most Common Cause of Shoulder Pain?

Autumn is a sports fan’s favorite time of year – football, baseball, hockey, and (soon) basketball can all be found in abundance. But with sports, of course, come sports-related injuries. With that in mind, we sat down with Dr. Brett Martindale, Ogden Clinic Sports Medicine Physician, to ask him what kind of sports injuries are most common, and how they can be treated.


The Best Warm-weather Sports for Kids

The mercury is rising and your kids are probably spending more time outside playing basketball, baseball, soccer, or just running around. We sat down with Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, to ask him which warm-weather sports are best for kids…


Our Sports Medicine Expert’s Best Advice for Runners

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.




Professional Center South
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