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Back & Spine

Back and neck pain can be caused by something as simple as poor posture or complex as spinal stenosis.


With today’s active lifestyles, people are spending more time on their feet, and placing more demands on them than ever before.


Physiatrists are physicians who specialize in non-surgical physical medicine and rehabilitation.


From routine tasks to intricate hobbies to the simple human touch of a handshake, hands are integral to every aspect of living.


We know how to prevent, how to diagnose, and how to most effectively treat orthopaedic problems.

Sports Medicine

A common misconception is that you have to be an athlete to be seen by a sports medicine specialist.

What separates us from other orthopaedic groups in Utah?

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At Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists, we see our patients as more than just appointment-book entries, chart notations, and X-ray images. We see our patients as people – the vital, active individuals.

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We want to  get them back to where they were before orthopaedic ailments and injuries affected their lives. And we see them regaining that vitality once again. This vision of restoration becomes a reality for Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists patients through accurate diagnosis, proper treatment, and a healthy dose of caring and compassion. We call the AOS approach 360-degree healing because we bring our patients full-circle, back to where they want to be. Active. Healthy. Back to their lives.

What are our orthopaedic specialties?

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We provide specialized care in orthopaedics, hand, back and spine, physiatry, and podiatry. We treat sports injuries, trauma cases, arthritis, back pain, foot pain, and more. We do hip replacements, joint surgeries, non-surgical treatments and more. In short, we provide care for the entire body, another aspect of our 360-degree healing philosophy.

Success Stories


“They’re tops in my book!! Excellent care, service. Couldn’t ask for better. ”


“As a professional in the medical field and as a patient, the doctor’s at Alpine are kind, caring, and confident in the service that they provide. Great place.”


“I have nothing but good things to say about Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists.”

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Salt Lake City Office

JOB OPENING: Limited or Practical Radiologic Technician


Limited or Practical Radiologic Technician


Job description
About us
Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists is a small business in Logan, UT. We are creative, data-driven and our goal is to grow Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists. AOS was founded by six physicians who saw a need for a higher level of orthopaedic care in Northern Utah. They sought to create a practice where doctors would be free to pursue sub-specialties to their fullest. A state-of-the-art facility where innovative treatments would be encouraged and employed. A center of excellence where patients would be not only treated, but educated. Now, nearly a decade later, AOS is that center of excellence, with a well-deserved reputation as one of the premier orthopaedic practices in Utah..
Our work environment includes:

  • Lively atmosphere
  • Company perks
  • Safe work environment
  • On-the-job training

We’re looking for an enthusiastic Limited or Practical Radiologic Technician (RPT) to join our team to work both our Logan and Brigham clinics. The selected candidate will have experience using diagnostic imaging equipment to help physicians identify illness and injury, explaining procedures to patients, and working in an organized manner with other medical professionals. We are looking for a team player who has a passion for helping people and is capable of staying calm under pressure.


  • Be sensitive to patient needs and sufficiently explain to the patient the procedure about to be performed. Alleviate patient anxiety and address any patient concerns.
  • Perform radiologic exams that produce quality images
  • Ensure proper patient identification and order verification; prepare the patient for the exam
  • Follow proper protocols: correct patient positioning, appropriate and effective use of equipment, and adherence to radiation protection guidelines
  • Complete all documentation required, including image storage
  • Communicate pertinent information to other providers following procedure as needed
  • Maintain a clean, neat, and safe environment for patients and staff; ensure that supplies and equipment are stored in an organized and efficient manner


  • High school diploma or GED required, completion of an accredited Radiology Practical Technician (RPT) certification program AND
  • ARRT registration AND
  • Current Rad Tech (RPT) license in the state of Utah AND
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for Healthcare providers
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with patients and other external parties in a courteous and friendly manner at all times
  • Must be detail-oriented and highly organized
  • Knowledge of patient care and examination procedures
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality at all times

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $17.00 – $27.00 per hour based on certifications and experience