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The Orthopedic Specialty Clinic at TOSC

Our Orthopedic Specialist excel in providing the highest level possible of service to those with musculoskeletal needs. Our board-certified and fellowship trained staff are highly specialized in their areas of expertise and work together to provide the best possible outcomes for their patients.

The Orthopedic Specialty Clinic offers the highest level of surgical services including advanced total joint replacement using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. Whether your surgery is outpatient or requires an overnight stay our friendly staff is there for you.

  • What’s New in Sports Medicine

    Sports Medicine, also known as sports and exercise medicine (SEM), is a branch of medicine that deals with the treatment.

  • Foot and Ankle

    Common foot and ankle injuries include sprains, strains, ligament or tendon tears, and bone fractures. Depending on the diagnosis, appropriate non-surgical or surgical treatments will be used to restore mobility and function in the foot and ankle.

  • General Orthopedics

    General Orthopedics involves the comprehensive and coordinated care of a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions ranging chronic arthritis to acute bone and joint injuries. Treatments are customized to meet the needs of the patient.

  • Hand and Wrist

    Hands are our interface with the world. As a result, hand injuries are common, and can drastically affect day-to-day life. Function of the hand is dependent on precise interaction of the many bones, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels that compromise the human hand. These structures allow us to care for our children, complete a day’s work, or enjoy our pastimes and passions.

  • Hip and Knee Joint Replacements

    Joint replacement is a surgical procedure in which the worn, damaged surfaces of the joint are removed and replaced with new artificial parts. Your doctor may consider a joint replacement if you have severe pain which limits daily activities and is not relieved with medications, injections, physical therapy, or other treatments.

  • Shoulder and Elbow

    Common shoulder conditions include rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder, dislocation, fractures, and tendonitis. Appropriate non-surgical and surgical treatments such as arthroscopy are used to relieve symptoms and restore joint function.

  • Shoulder and Elbow

    Common elbow conditions include elbow trauma, elbow dislocation, fractures, and tendonitis. Appropriate non-surgical and surgical treatments such as arthroscopy are used to relieve symptoms and restore joint function.

  • Trauma and Fracture Care

    Trauma and fractures are acute injuries that cause significant pain and discomfort. Treatment depends on the severity of the injury and includes medication, setting of the bone, immobilization, physical therapy, and surgery.

  • TOSH Research

    TOSH Research efforts focus on performance enhancement methods and protocols, injury risk reduction,

Patient Reviews
  • Michael C. Holmstrom, MD
    After consulting several other highly recommended surgeons Dr Holmstom clearly stood out. His low key manner and gift for explaini...
    ~ robert bourns ~
  • G. Lynn Rasmussen, MD
    Dr. G. Lynn Rasmussen is an EXCELLENT physician! He always listens to us and he takes the time to answer any questions or concern...
    ~ Kenneth and Arlene Thomas ~
  • G. Lynn Rasmussen, MD
    A total hip in 1994 and another in 2011...good as new, fast forward to today 2021. I am a jock issues. If you are not a...
    ~ Mack Foss ~
  • William F. Gowski, MD
    I had an LRTI done on my dominant hand. Even though the recovery time is set for 12 weeks, I tend to take a little bit longer to h...
    ~ Laura Miller ~
  • Jared C. Dunn, MD
    Highly recommend Dr. Dunn. He thoroughly explains everything, takes the time needed and provides excellent care with positive resu...
    ~ Donald Nygard ~

5848 South 300 East
Suite 110
Salt Lake City, UT 84107

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Parking Directions

We are located in the South East blue parking lot. Entrance #3 shown in Blue is the closest parking to our clinic