Touro University, Phi Alpha Honors
Masters of Physician Assistant Studies – 2018
Weber State University
Bachelor of Science, Health Promotion – 2014
Aaron Reich moved to Utah from Louisiana at a young age while his father was in the Air Force. He grew up in Layton and attended Weber State University for his undergraduate education. Afterward, he received his Master’s Degree from Touro University in Henderson, Nevada. Aaron has always been interested in the spine and related disorders, working in an orthopedic spine surgery setting before joining Ogden Clinic. He now works with the team at Ogden Clinic | Utah Spine Care.
Some of Aaron Reich’s clinical interests are large and small joint injections and trigger point injections. In addition to his spinal expertise, Aaron also helps diabetic patients (types 1 and 2) manage their health with education, diet and exercise, medication, and medical devices such as insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring systems.
In his free time, Aaron loves photography, traveling, golf, camping, sports, and spending time with his family.
Aaron Reich is a Physician Assistant at Utah Spine Care | Ogden Clinic in Layton, Utah. He splits his practice between back pain and diabetes management. A diabetic himself, Aaron Reich values the connection he shares with his diabetes patients while overseeing their health.
While we do not yet have a cure for diabetes, new medications, tools, and technologies make living with diabetes much easier than in the past. Looking back over the last decade or so, it’s impressive how far diabetes innovation has come. Aaron Reich, PA-C is a Diabetes Specialist at Utah Spine Care | Ogden Clinic and a diabetic himself. Today he’s discussing how diabetes management has improved over the last decade.