Eva Young, MD, is a physiatrist who specializes in the non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. She has special interest in the spine and the treatment of neck and back pain. She is also fellowship-trained in musculoskeletal sports medicine as well as interventional spine and joint procedures.
Dr. Young’s goal is to restore function and help patients achieve a better quality of life through holistic and conservative management of musculoskeletal issues. Dr. Young’s focus is on physical rehabilitation, appropriate adjunctive treatments, diagnostic and therapeutic injections, and preventative care to achieve this goal.
Her goal is to help individuals improve their quality of life by helping to restore function and decrease pain through nonsurgical management of spine and musculoskeletal disorders. Her practice focuses on optimizing exercise and physical therapy, spinal and joint injections, medical management as well as electrodiagnostic medicine to diagnose and treat painful and debilitating conditions involving muscles, joints and nerves. Whether a patient wants to get back into sports or exercise, or to simply be able to take a walk or make a meal with less discomfort, she will work with her patients to develop a treatment plan to help them reach their goals.
Dr. Young enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons. When time permits, she loves to travel and explore the outdoors, play ice hockey, and ski. She also likes to beat her husband at fantasy football. The whole family enjoys traveling and being outdoors.
Institution: Tulane University School of Medicine
Institution: University of Washington Medical Center
Program: Fellowship in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Institution: University of Utah School of Medicine
Program: Board Certified
Institution: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Services + Specialties
- Appropriate adjunctive treatments
- Diagnostic and therapeutic injections
- Holistic and conservative management of musculoskeletal issues
- Physical rehabilitation
- Preventative care
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