Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.
Utah Valley Hospital
Sports Medicine Fellowship, 2017
Ohio State University College of Medicine
M.D. – 2013
Brigham Young University
B.S. – 2009
Brett Martindale is a family medicine physician with a special interest in sports medicine. After receiving his undergraduate education from Brigham Young University, Brett went on to Ohio State to obtain his doctorate. He returned to Utah to complete a residency at McKay-Dee Hospital followed by a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Utah Valley Hospital.
As a Sports Medicine Specialist, Dr. Martindale works closely with orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and other professionals to treat various conditions that affect active Utahns.
Sports medicine is not just for high-level athletes – Dr. Martindale sees patients of all ages and athletic abilities. He addresses many sports injuries including:
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Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Jeff Sorenson is joined by Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Brett Martindale. These two specialties work together to help patients recover faster and with less pain thanks to a new procedure called Iovera.
In a recent conversation we had with Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, he told us that shoulder pain and knee pain are the two most common conditions that bring patients into his office. Dr. Martindale recently told us that rotator cuff tendonitis is the most common cause of shoulder pain. In this post, Dr. Martindale explains the most-common causes of knee pain, and how they can be treated.
Autumn is a sports fan’s favorite time of year – football, baseball, hockey, and (soon) basketball can all be found in abundance. But with sports, of course, come sports-related injuries. With that in mind, we sat down with Dr. Brett Martindale, Ogden Clinic Sports Medicine Physician, to ask him what kind of sports injuries are most common, and how they can be treated.
The mercury is rising and your kids are probably spending more time outside playing basketball, baseball, soccer, or just running around. We sat down with Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, to ask him which warm-weather sports are best for kids…
Spring welcomes runners back to the outdoors this time of year. Whether it’s your first 5K or your 8th marathon, injury prevention is a top priority for all runners. Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Specialist at our Professional Center South has some advice that’ll keep your stride strong all season long.