Dr. David Rowley, M.D.

Now Accepting Select Health Insurance

Dr. Rowley is an Orthopaedic surgeon with advanced training in sports medicine. He graduated from Brigham Young University and then completed medical school at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his Orthopaedic residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. While in San Antonio he worked with San Antonio Spurs and local high schools. He then completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Minnesota Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Institute in Minneapolis. During his fellowship he worked with the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Gophers football and wrestling teams, Hamline University, Macalester College and several Minneapolis high schools. During his training he published several journal articles and recently completed a book chapter. Dr. Rowley is dedicated to helping others regain mobility and activity by using the latest techniques. He enjoys taking care of patients of all ages and activity levels. He looks forward to joining the other providers at Alpine Orthopaedics in providing excellent care to northern Utah. Dr. Rowley is married and has two boys.

Total Joint Replacement
Sports Medicine
Shoulder Reconstruction
Cartilage Restoration
Trauma/Fracture Care

Helping Dr. Rowley is

Ashley Crum

Doctor • Stats


M.D., The Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus, Ohio, 2009

B.S, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 2005
• Major: Business Management Emphasis: Entrepreneurship

Post Graduate Education

Orthopedic Surgery Residency, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). San Antonio, Texas. Completion date: 6/2014
Administrative Chief Resident 2013-2014

Fellowship – Fairview/MOSMI Sports Medicine Fellowship Minneapolis, MN Completion date: July 2015


Alpine Orthopaedic Specialists
North Logan, Ut Aug 2015-present


Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon
Basic Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support

Medical Licensure

Utah State License # 9417126
Idaho State License # M-13659


ABOS Member
AOSSM Member
AANA Member

Team Coverage

  • Team Physician Logan High School
  • Assistant Team Physician Minnesota Twins
  • Assistant Team Physician U of Minnesota Football/Wrestling
  • Team Physician Hamline University
  • Team Physician Macalester College
  • Team Physician Lakeville South Football
  • Team Physician Bloomington Kennedy Football


    Medical School Alpha Omega Alpha, Gamma Chapter, Ohio 2008

    • Excellence in Service Award, 2007-08
    • Outstanding Academic Scholar Award 2007-08
    • Bradfiel/Watrous Scholarship, 2006-07
    • Academic Honors, 2005-2007

    Undergraduate Magna Cum Laude Graduate 2005

    • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 2003-present
    • Karl G. Maeser Full Academic Scholarship, 2002-05
    • Dean’s List, 2002-2005
    • Arizona Presidential Scholarship 1999

    Post graduate, Second place J Bradley Aust Annual Residency Research

    • Competition June 2014


Twin Cities Marathon 2014
UT-San Antonio & High School Team Sports Physicals, 2012
• San Antonio Orthopedic Sports Medicine Associates

Boy Scouts of America, Committee Member 2011-2014

Haiti Clubfoot Society Medical Mission to Jacmel, Haiti, 2011

Medical Student Alumni Council, Board Member
• The Ohio State University College of Medicine, 2006-07

Orthopaedic Surgery Interest Group, Chair
• The Ohio State University College of Medicine, 2006-07 Families

Helping Families, Coordinator, Mexico 2006-08
• Organized volunteers, raised funds, and built houses Boy Scouts of America, Scout Master, Columbus, OH, 2006-09 Utah Valley

Regional Medical Center, Patient Care Liason
• Provo, Utah 2003-05

Amigos de Amistad y Salud, Translator/Medical Assistant
• Quito, Ecuador 2003

LDS Church Missionary Trujillo, Peru 2000-02

Eagle Scout 1994


Larson D, Ross J, Kuhn A, Fuller D, Rowley D, Giveans M, Stones R, Bedi A. Radiographic Hip Anatomy Correlates With Range of Motion and Symptoms In National Hockey League Players. Am J. Sports Medicine June 2017 (45)1633-1639

Rowley D, Somerson J, Kennedy C, Buttacavoli F, Agarwal A. Electromagnetic Navigation Reduces Surgical Time and Radiation Exposure for Proximal Interlocking in Retrograde Femoral Nailing. J of Orthopaedic Trauma. 2014 Jul:28(7):417-21

Bishop J, Awan H, Rowley D, Nagel R. Evaluating the Efficacy of Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physical Examination (PE) Teaching in Medical School. Special Emphasis Poster, AOA 123rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 6/9/2010-6/12/2010

Bishop J, Beran M, Rowley D. Assessment of Orthopaedic Resident Physical Exam (PE) Skills and Attitudes. AOA 123rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, Ca, 6/9/2010-6/12/2010

Beran M, Awan H, Rowley D, Samora J, Griesser M, Bishop J. Assessment of Musculoskeletal Physical Exam Skills and Attitudes of Orthopaedic Residents. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012;94:e36(1-8).


Fairview Sports Medicine Grand Rounds
● Extra-articular groin pain 12/2014

J. Bradley Aust Surgical Society 40th Annual Meeting
● Electromagnetic Navigation Reduces Surgical Time and Radiation Exposure 6/2014

Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds
● Lessons learned during residency, 6/2014 Alamo Orthopedic

Society Meeting
● Electromagnetic Navigation Reduces Surgical Time and Radiation Exposure 6/2013

Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds, UTHSCSA
● Adult Degenerative Spondylolisthesis, 6/2012

Pediatric Orthopedics Grand Rounds, UTHSCSA
● Tibial Hemimelia, 2/2012
● Pediatric Elbow fractures 1/2012

Joint Conference, UTHSCSA
● Infections in Total Joint Arthroplasty, 5/2011
● Total Hip Arthoplasty, 4/2010


Traveling with Family