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Brad Clark, DO

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West Point
145 S 3000 W West Point, UT 84015


Board Certifications

Board Certified - American Board of Pediatrics

Procedures / Treatments

  • ADHD Carefully monitored medication combined with cognitive-behavioral therapy helps to improve ADD/ADHD in children and adults.
  • 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.
  • Childhood Obesity Childhood obesity is one of the most prevalent medical conditions of our time, and the prevalence continues to increase at an alarming rate. Obese and overweight children are likely to stay obese as they age, making them far more likely to develop cardiovascular disease and diabetes at a younger age.
  • Circumcision Circumcision in the male is the removal of the foreskin of the penis, which is an optional choice. At birth, the foreskin (sometimes called the prepuce) is attached to the end of the penis, an area known as the glans. The American Academy of Pediatrics’ Circumcision Policy Statement reports that the preventive health benefits of elective circumcision of male newborns outweigh the risks.
  • Ear Infection Ear tube surgery is a very common procedure at Ogden Clinic (often lasting less than ten minutes) in which pressure equalization tubes are inserted into the eardrum to help ventilate and equalize the pressure in the middle ear.
  • 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.
  • Mole Biopsy Suspicious moles should be evaluated by a medical professional who can determine if they are cancerous. During mole biopsy, all or part of the mole is removed for laboratory analysis.
  • Newborn Care Going home with a new baby is exciting, but it can also be nerve-wracking. In order to prepare, it’s a good idea to start looking for a pediatrician about three months before your baby is due.
  • Sports Physical Examination Specialists at Ogden Clinic offices across Utah offer sports physical examinations for athletes of all ages and fitness abilities. Contact our team today to schedule your appointment.
  • Tongue Tie (Ankyloglossia) Infant tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, is a condition in which your child’s tongue is tethered to the floor of the mouth by a band (lingual frenulum). Up to 10% of children live with a moderate or severe tongue tie. Minimally-invasive surgery (Frenotomy) may be able to help.
  • Tongue Tie Release (Frenotomy) Tongue tie is when the bottom of the tongue is attached to the floor of the mouth. When a child is tongue-tied, they have a short or tight frenulum, which is the tiny piece of skin that connects the bottom jaw to the lower lip.
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria, usually from the skin or rectum, enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract.
  • Wart Removal Painful or embarrassing warts can be removed several ways. We perform cryotherapy, chemical peels, or even minor surgery to remove warts. Medication is also effective depending on the size and type of wart.
  • 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.


University Medical Center/Sunrise Children’s Hospital
Residency, Pediatrics - completed 2015

Touro University of Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine
D.O., 2012

Utah Valley State College
B.S., 2007


Ogden Clinic
Ogden, UT – 2015 to Present


Dr. Clark enjoys all aspects of pediatrics. He strives to provide quality, compassionate care to children of all ages, but has a particular interest in newborn and infant care. He currently practices as a Pediatrician at Ogden Clinic's West Point location.

Dr. Clark loves to be involved with music, both playing the piano and singing. He also loves to read and spend time with his wife and two children.

Dr. Brad Clark in the Media

Why Do Kids Need a Pediatrician? | Dr. Brad Clark

Pediatricians specialize in the developmental milestones of children. They are specially trained to cope with kids and identify conditions and behavioral patterns that other specialists may not recognize. Does your child have a pediatrician?

May the Fourth Trivia with Dr. Brad Clark | Ogden Clinic

It's Star Wars Day; what better way to celebrate than with a game of Star Wars trivia with Dr. Brad Clark, Pediatrician? Kids and their parents can swing by Ogden Clinic West Point for light saber battles with Dr. Clark today.

Discussing Poison Prevention Week

Dr. Brad Clark, pediatrician, from Ogden Clinic, was on Channel 4 Good Morning Utah discussing poison prevention during National Poison Prevention Week.

A Continuity of Care: Why Dr. Clark Finds Pediatrics Rewarding

Dr. Brad Clark talks about a day in the life of a pediatrician. He also discusses around-the-clock physician communication, a resource Ogden Clinic pediatrics offers to give parents peace-of-mind.



West Point
145 S 3000 W West Point, UT 84015

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