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Michael C. Holmstrom, MD

Michael C. Holmstrom, MD

Michael C. Holmstrom, MD
  • Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy and Joint Replacemen
  • 2002 – 2017

    IHC Orthopedic Specialty Group – TOSH Murray, UT

  • 2001 – 2002

    Fellowship

    Salt Lake City, UT

  • University of Utah Sports Medicine /Primary Children’s Medical Center

    – Sports Medicine – University of Utah Medical Center & LDS Hospital

    – Robert T. Burks, MD, Fellowship Director

    – Pediatric Orthopedics – Primary Children’s Medical Center & Shriner’s Hospital

    – Peter M. Stevens, MD, Fellowship Director

  • 1997 – 2001

    University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City, UT

  • Department of Orthopedic Surgery

    Orthopedic Resident, June 2001

    • Administrative Chief Resident
    • Tenure Review Committee
    • Clinical Computing Committee
  • 1996 – 1997

    University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City, UT

  • Department of General Surgery

    Surgical Internship

  • 1992 – 1996

    University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City, UT

  • Doctor of Medicine, May 1996

    • Barber Scholarship – awarded to a “superior student with an interest in surgery”
    • Senior Honors Surgery Program – one of 6 students accepted
    • Vice-chairman, American Medical Student Association, Utah chapter
    • Yearbook staff
    • Member, American Medical Association & American Medical Student Association
    • Medical School Curriculum Committee
  • 1988 – 1992

    University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT

  • Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, June 1992

    Emphasis: digital signal processing, bioengineering

    • Graduated Cum Laude
    • Presidential Scholarship – 4 year full academic
    • National Merit Scholarship
    • Engineering Department Scholarship
    • Mortar Board
    • Dean’s List
    • Phi Gamma Phi – National honor society
    • Tau Beta Pi – National engineering honor society
    • Student government: Student Assembly Representative, Operations Committee Chairman, Programs and Activities Board, Student Fee Committee, Mayfest Committee, Student Senate
    • Sigma Chi Fraternity: Quaestor (treasurer), Social Chairman
  • 1985-1986

    Brigham Young University Provo, UT

  • Studies in Computer Science, transferred to University of Utah

    • Spencer W. Kimball Scholarship – 4 year full academic
    • Sterling Scholar in Mathematics – scholarship
  • USOS – Utah State Orthopedic Society

    • 2018-current Past-President Salt Lake City, UT
    • 2011-2018 President
    • 2009-2011 President-Elect
    • 2005-2009 Board Member – In charge of Education
  • AAOS – American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

  • ABOS – American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons

  • AAHKS – American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

  • AANA – Arthroscopy Association of North America

  • IADMS – International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (Past member)

  1. Greis PE, Lahav A, Holmstrom MC: Surgical Treatment Options for Patella Tendon Rupture, Part II: Chronic. Orthopedics 2005; 28(8): 765-772.
  2. Greis PE, Holmstrom MC, Lahav A: Surgical Treatment Options for Patella Tendon Rupture, Part I: Acute. Orthopedics 2005; 28(7); 672-679.
  3. Holmstrom MC, Greis PE, Horwitz DS: Chronic ischial apophysitis in a gymnast treated with trans-apophyseal drilling to affect “apophysiodesis”: A case report. Am J Sports Med 2003; 31(2): 294-296.
  4. Greis PE, Bardana DD, Holmstrom MC, Burks RT: Meniscal Injury: I. Basic Science and Evaluation. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2002; 10(3): 168-176.
  5. Greis PE, Holmstrom MC, Bardana DD, Burks RT.: Meniscal Injury: II. Management.. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2002; 10(3): 177-187.
  6. Holmstrom MC, Logel K, Burks RT, Greis PE, West HS: Distal patellar realignment without proximal medial reconstruction as treatment for patella instability. (unpublished research project)
  7. Holmstrom MC: Real-time pitch detection algorithm: Pitch recognition by waveform analysis. Senior thesis, 1992
    • Presented in IEEE Competition
    • 1st place – University of Utah Division
    • 3rd place – Mountain Division
  1. Holmstrom MC: Pediatric Sports Injuries: Prevention and Treatment. At Utah Physical Therapy Association, 38th Annual Fall Conference, Layton, UT, October 2013.
  2. Holmstrom MC: Arthritis & Your Knee. At The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Open House, Murray, UT, June 2011.
  3. Holmstrom MC: Knee and Shoulder Pain: Help, It Hurts…AtThe Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Open House, Murray, UT, April 2010.
  4. Holmstrom MC: Partial Knee Replacement: Is It Right For You? AtThe Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Open House, Murray, UT, May 2007.
  5. Holmstrom MC: The Knee: Physical Exam and Common Diagnoses. AtEssentials of Musculoskeletal Care for the Primary Care Provider Conference, Murray, UT, May 2007.
  6. Holmstrom MC: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Surgical Set-up and Technique. AtShoulder & Knee Arthroscopy Surgical Skills Workshop, MERLIN Facility, Henderson, NV, May 2007 (also Course Co-Chairman).
  7. Holmstrom MC: Arthroscopic Bankart Repair: Surgical Set-up and Technique. AtShoulder & Knee Arthroscopy Surgical Skills Workshop, MERLIN Facility, Henderson, NV, May 2007 (also Course Co-Chairman).
  8. Holmstrom MC: Partial Knee Replacement – Is It Right For You? At The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Open House, Murray, UT, May 2007.
  9. Holmstrom MC: Treatment of Meniscal Tears. AtThe Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Physical Therapy Conference, Murray, UT, February 2007.
  10. Holmstrom MC: Shoulder Problems in the Young Athlete. At28th Annual Common Problems in Pediatrics, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2006.
  11. Holmstrom MC: Common Pediatric Injuries and Treatment (Including Splinting and Casting Lab). At IHC Clinical Learning Days, Murray, UT, November 2004.
  12. Holmstrom MC: Evaluation and treatment options of growth plate injuries. At Annual Sports Medicine Conference for Athletic Trainers, The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), Salt Lake City, UT, August 2002.
  13. Smith JT, Holmstrom MC, Kehl S: Predicting surgical vs non-surgical treatment as ultimate outcome in patients with idiopathic scoliosis: A new scoring system. At Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America (POSNA), Salt Lake City, UT, May 2002.
  14. Holmstrom MC: Distal Patella Realignment for Patellar Instability. At Sherman Coleman Scientific Lecture Series, Shriners Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT, March 2002.
  15. Holmstrom MC, Smith JT, Kehl S. Predicting surgical vs non-surgical treatment as ultimate outcome in patients with scoliosis: A new scoring system. At Sherman Coleman Scientific Lecture Series, Shriners Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2001.
  16. Holmstrom MC, Burks RT, Greis PE: Dynamic modeling of tibiofemoral contact pressures after posterior cruciate ligament sectioning. At Grand Rounds, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2000.
  17. Holmstrom MC: Thoracic and Lumbar Fractures in Children. At Grand Rounds, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, September 1999.
  18. Holmstrom MC. Treatment of meniscal tears. At Grand Rounds, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, October 1998.

2006-2012 There2 Medical, LC Salt Lake City, UT

Founder, Manager

Founded company to design medical products

– Designed triple-loaded fully threaded anchor (AllThread) sold by Biomet Sports Medicine worldwide

1995-1996 Orthographics, Inc Salt Lake City, UT

Consultant

Designed and coded programs used worldwide in orthopedic surgery for computer-assisted preoperative planning and outcomes analysis

  • Assisted in rewrite of existing suite of programs into Windows 95
  • Integrated image processing modules into overall project
  • Programmed all modules using Visual Basic

1995-1996 Utah Technology Finance Corporation (UTFC) Salt Lake City, UT

Consultant

Performed analysis of medical device companies for the state of Utah

  • Developed technical analysis paper of product involving fluorescent immunogenic probes to assay quantitative levels of various biological substances
  • Performed detailed market analysis of product
  • Acted as “expert” to help UTFC determine feasibility of investing development funds

1991-1994 Secret Service / One-800 UT & ID

Musician

Performed professionally in 2 regional bands

  • Performed 1-2 times / week throughout Utah and Idaho
  • Played acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, bass guitar, and sang
  • Helped record some of our original compositions for a commercial CD
  1. Intermountain, LDS Hospital, Risk Management Department Salt Lake City, UT

Consultant

Designed system used to track all critical indicators and incident reports for LDS Hospital

  • Developed database design parameters in concert with risk managers
  • Created all interfaces for users
  • Translated all prior data from disparate sources into unified database
  • Developed entire system in Advanced Revelation

1988-1992 Intermountain, LDS Hospital, Quality Management Department Salt Lake City

Software engineer / Network manager

Supported all computer requirements for entire department

  • Designed custom query programs on TANDEM mainframe
  • Specified and implemented multiple databases to support various recredentialing tasks
  • Developed and implemented a user-friendly PC-based query application used by case managers to access patient data files on a mainframe computer for custom studies
  • Installed and managed a 50-user Novell network
  • Performed various programming tasks in TAL (Tandem Application Language), PAL (Ptext Application Language), C, dBase, Advanced Revelation, Lotus 1-2-3, and Netware

1990 IBM Corporation Boca Raton, FL

Consultant

Developed production level diagnostic programs for 8mm tape drives

  • Designed programs shipped with the IBM 7207 and 7208 8mm tape drives to perform thorough device check and diagnose faulty drives
  • Conformed to all IBM internal program specifications
  • Finished project in 90 days – accepted by IBM with no errors
  • Wrote all programs using C
  1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Norway

Missionary

Served two years as a volunteer in Norway

  • Developed fluency in Norwegian (written and spoken)
  • Served as mission secretary for 6 months, responsible for all correspondence and logistics
  • Served as assistant to the president for 5 months
    • One of three leaders for entire country
    • Traveled extensively throughout Norway training other missionaries

1984-1986 Salt Lake County Republican Party Salt Lake City, UT

Software engineer

Designed and maintained 350,000 name database of registered voters

  • Supported initial database inherited in rBase
  • Developed programs to format custom reports given limitations of rBase
  • Rewrote entire suite of database and reporting modules in COBOL

1985 Intermountain Cancer Institute Salt Lake City, UT

Consultant

Designed and implemented database used to track cancer patients

  • Determined trends in outcomes
  • Implemented using dBase

1984 Rowan Hutchingson Consulting Salt Lake City, UT

Consultant

Diagramed flowchart for assembly language program

  • Examined 300+ page assembly language program listing
  • Drew flowcharts detailing program flow / logic breakpoints

1982 JHM Corporation / IBM Corporation Boca Raton, FL

Consultant

Developed module for first IBM PC-based multimedia program

  • Designed module for Writing to Read educational series
  • Incorporated graphics, tone generation, and recorded speech files
  • Completed in 75 days
  • Written in BASIC

1982 IBM Corporation Boca Raton, FL

Consultant

Designed the first IBM PC graphics “paint” program

  • Used internally by IBM to create graphic screens for other programs
  • Obtained coordinate data from a graphics tablet and transformed into screen pixels
  • Implemented the first use of standard building blocks – circles, rectangles, color fill, etc.
  • Completed in 45 days
  • Written in BASIC
  • Multiple humanitarian trips to Nepal with Youthlinc, medical lead
  • Poetry published in Shades, the University of Utah’s annual literary publication
  • Fluent Norwegian (written & spoken), moderate Spanish
  • Eagle Scout
  • Hobbies include skiing, mountaineering, biking, reading and writing, composing music, travel, scuba diving

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