Scottsdale Healthcare/ Honor Health Family Medicine
Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Weber State University
B.A. Spanish / B.S. Zoology, 2008
Native to Utah, Darek Eggleston was born in Ogden and graduated from Layton High. He went on to earn a double bachelor’s degree in Zoology and Spanish from Weber State University. Dr. Eggleston received medical training in Florida’s Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine and then completed his family medicine residency at Scottsdale Healthcare/Honor Health Family Medicine in Arizona.
Dr. Eggleston is passionate about the whole spectrum of family medicine including:
Outside of family medicine, Dr. Eggleston is also an avid road and mountain biker, skier and outdoor enthusiast. He’s a proud husband and father of three little cyclists. He is also fluent in Spanish.
Introducing OCFIT, Ogden Clinic’s new community wellness program. OCFIT hosts community activities that promote health and wellness—all led by Ogden Clinic providers! Everyone is welcome to participate in our events including group hikes, bike rides, and more.
Read more at https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/biking-club-2018/
Essential oils are extremely popular right now. They are said to be a natural cure for many health conditions, including treating anxiety, curing infections, and improving sleep. But do essential oils really work?https://blog.ogdenclinic.com/2017/06/22/do-essential-oils-really-work/
Most of us have popped our knuckles at some point or another in our lives. For some of us, it’s habit. Others of us avoid the practice under the belief that popping our knuckles will increase the likelihood of developing arthritis in our hands. But is that really true? Dr. Darek Eggleston of Ogden Clinic says that there’s no evidence to support that fear.https://blog.ogdenclinic.com/2017/02/15/will-popping-your-knuckles-cause-you-to-develop-arthritis/
In this vignette, Dr. Darek Eggleston explains what the term ‘continuity of care’ means for family physicians. From pediatrics to geriatric medicine, Dr. Eggleston loves treating many different conditions and seeing his patients throughout their life.
There are several measures you can take to protect your family from seasonal illness, but a flu shot might be the most beneficial! Dr. Eggleston talks about the safety and importance of the flu shot and touches on how to keep track of child vaccinations.
Family physician Darek Eggleston discusses the importance of vaccinations with Nicea on ABC4. Vaccines are among the safest medical products available, and they prevent a slew of serious diseases from entering the country. Dr. Eggleston also talks about vaccine boosts that adults may not be current on.