Dr. Michelle Pepper graduated with honors from the Medical College of Wisconsin, followed by her residency training in physical medicine & rehabilitation at the University of Colorado. She then completed a fellowship in sports and spine medicine at the University of Utah. She ran her own private practice in Boulder, Colorado for over three years before accepting an academic position with the University of Colorado, Denver Health Hospital. At the University of Colorado, she worked within the Orthopedic Department treating patients with sports/musculoskeletal nerve injuries, spine problems, polytrauma, and severe peripheral nerve injuries. She has returned to Utah with her family as her husband completes his military career at Hill Air Force Base. She is triple boarded in PM&R, sports medicine, and electro-diagnostic medicine. Outside of her clinical practice with Hofmann Arthritis, she enjoys outdoor recreation with her husband, two children, and dogs.
Special clinical interests include:
* Treatment of active people at all levels, from the weekend warrior to elite athlete
* Active women’s health
* Disabled sports medicine
* Complex peripheral nerve injury
* Musculoskeletal ultrasound
* Orthopedic & neurologic trauma