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A. Michael Henrie
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A. Michael Henrie, DO

Languages spoken: English

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  • Michael Henrie, D.O. is a Sports Medicine Physician at the University of Utah. Dr. Henrie received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation followed by a Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah. In addition to working with local high school teams, he is the co-medical director for the Salt Lake Marathon and provides medical coverage for various cycling events. Dr. Henrie’s clinical interests include sports medicine and treating sports injury and general musculoskeletal injury in people of all ages and activity levels. He has a special interest in the treatment of running and cycling injuries, sports related spine injury, and performing ultrasound guided diagnosis and treatment of muscle and tendon injuries. He also has an interest in general spine problems and fluoroscopically guided interventional spine procedures. In his leisure time Dr. Henrie can be found on his road bike or mountain bike or climbing and skiing with his children. Dr. Henrie's current research interests include exercise applications for back pain and musculoskeletal conditions, ski and snowboard injury, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is currently welcoming new patients and accepts most insurance plans.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Sub: Sports Medicine)

    Patient Rating

    4.7 /5
    ( out of 81 reviews )

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    Patient Comments

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    Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

    August 04, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Too harried and brief. Didnt follow through on promises to refer me.to another specialist. Prescribed medicine for me which is listed in my chart as something I am restricted from taking.

    May 08, 2023
    ORTHOPAEDICS CENTER

    This doctor has great bedside manner despite being busy and quick

    May 01, 2023
    ORTHOPAEDICS CENTER

    Dr Henrie, unknown to me before, is a close colleague of my spouses orthopedic doctor, whom I praised for her care. I felt the same experience with Dr Henrie: great listener and explainer.

    April 29, 2023
    ORTHOPAEDICS CENTER

    He was great.

    April 29, 2023
    ORTHOPAEDICS CENTER

    He recommended a footwear store who provide foot support

    April 09, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Years ago I had a number of procedures by Dr. Henrie. Even his nurse recognized me. Dr. Henrie told me what he was doing and what to expect. I am grateful to have this great team working for me.

    March 11, 2023
    ORTHOPAEDICS CENTER

    He is such a great doctor. I was treated with so much respect and kindness. He explained my procedure I was having very well.

    March 09, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Amazing professional

    March 07, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    I had a perfect transition from the Dr.s and staff @ Greenwood clinic to Dr. Henries office,an obviously busy practice,that had an opening in their schedule that very day. I consulted with Dr Henrie within hours of my appointment at Greenwood. His staff immediately took matters up with my insurance providers ETC. And, the procedure I required was accomplished in days thereafter. I was promptly informed and completely instructed of all necessary changes that went into the rapid completion of all my needs.The staff was professional and courteous, truly kind and caring, at every step. From office visit to the procedure room I was treated like I and my needs were the most important thing to all concerned.

  • Michael Henrie, D.O. is a Sports Medicine Physician at the University of Utah. Dr. Henrie received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation followed by a Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah. In addition to working with local high school teams, he is the co-medical director for the Salt Lake Marathon and provides medical coverage for various cycling events. Dr. Henrie’s clinical interests include sports medicine and treating sports injury and general musculoskeletal injury in people of all ages and activity levels. He has a special interest in the treatment of running and cycling injuries, sports related spine injury, and performing ultrasound guided diagnosis and treatment of muscle and tendon injuries. He also has an interest in general spine problems and fluoroscopically guided interventional spine procedures. In his leisure time Dr. Henrie can be found on his road bike or mountain bike or climbing and skiing with his children. Dr. Henrie's current research interests include exercise applications for back pain and musculoskeletal conditions, ski and snowboard injury, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is currently welcoming new patients and accepts most insurance plans.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Pharmacotherapy -Primary
    Communication Sciences & Disorders -Adjunct
    Academic Divisions Physician Assistant Studies
    Board Certification
    American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Sub: Sports Medicine)

    Education history

    Fellowship Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine - University of Utah School of Medicine Fellow
    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - University of Utah Co-Chief Resident
    Residency Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - University of Utah School of Medicine Resident
    Internal Medicine - University of Missouri, Kansas City Intern
    Professional Medical Medicine - Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences D.O.
    Behavioral Science and Health - University of Utah B.S.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. McCormick ZL, Conger A, Kendall R, Wagner G, Henrie AM, Littell M, Sperry BP, Petersen R, Cooper AN, Teramoto M, Burnham TR (2023). A Pragmatic Randomized Prospective Trial of Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation of the Medial Branch Nerves versus Facet Joint Injection of Corticosteroid for the Treatment of Lumbar Facet Syndrome: 12 Month Outcomes. Pain Med, 24(12), 1318-1331. (Read full article)
    2. Foley J, Roesly H, Provo J, Henrie AM, Teramoto M, Cushman DM (2022). Learning Effect for Large Joint Diagnostic Aspirations With Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound. . Am J Phys Med Rehabil, 102(5), 444-448. (Read full article)
    3. Roesly H, Archibeck M, Henrie AM, Provo J, Foley J, Boyer A, Teramoto M, Cushman DM (2022). Hip aspiration: A comparison of ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance. J Orthop, 34, 266-270. (Read full article)
    4. Conger A, Kendall RW, Sperry BP, Petersen R, Salazar F, Cunningham S, Henrie AM, Bisson EF, Teramoto M, McCormick ZL (2021). One-year results from a randomized comparative trial of targeted steroid injection via epidural catheter versus standard transforaminal epidural injection for the treatment of unilateral cervical radicular pain. Reg Anesth Pain Med, 46(9), 813-819. (Read full article)
    5. Onofrei LV, Henrie AM (2021). Cervical and Thoracic Spondylotic Myelopathies. Semin Neurol, 41(3), 239-246. (Read full article)
    6. Cushman DM, Monson N, Conger A, Kendall RW, Henrie AM, McCormick ZL (2018). Use of 0.5 mL and 1.0 mL of Local Anesthetic for Genicular Nerve Blocks. Pain Med, 20(5), 1049-1052. (Read full article)
    7. Cushman D, Henrie M, Scholl LV, Ludlow M, Teramoto M (01/01/2018). Ultrasound Verification of Safe Needle Examination of the Rhomboid Major Muscle. Muscle Nerve, 57(1), 61-64.
    8. McDonald JW, Henrie AM, Teramoto M, Medina E, Willick SE (09/04/2017). Descriptive Epidemiology, Medical Evaluation, and Outcomes of Rock Climbing Injuries. Wilderness Environ Med, 28(3), 185-196.
    9. Henrie AM, Oberg P, Willick SE (02/01/2013). "Partial Peroneus Longus Tendon Rupture at Its Distal Insertion in a Runner: A Case Presentation". PM R, 5(2), 154-158.
    10. Gundersen B, Henrie M, Christensen J (03/01/2010). A Clinical Trial on Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Using Vertebral Axial Distraction Delivered by a Computerized Traction Device. 7(1), 3-7.

    Book Chapter

    1. Henrie AM, Makovitch S, Willick SE (08/09/2016). Sports Medicine Procedures. In Harrast MA, Finnoff JT (Eds.), Sports Medicine Study Guide and Review for Boards (Second). New York, NY: Demos Medical.
    2. Hansen PA, Henrie AM, Deimel GW, Willick SE (09/01/2015). Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Lower Limb. In Braddom R, Cifu D (Eds.), Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Fifth). Philadelphia: Elsevier.
    3. Henrie AM, Elovic EP (2013). Fatigue, Assessment and Treatment. In Zasler ND, Katz DI, Zafonte RD (Eds.), Brain Injury Medicine (2nd, pp. 697-706). New York: Demos Medical Publishing.
    4. Henrie AM, Elovic EP (2013). Somatic Manifestations of Mild TBI. In Zollman FS (Ed.), Handbook of Traumatic Brain Injury (pp. 91-99). New York: Demos Medical Publishing.
    5. Henrie AM, Willick SE (11/01/2011). "Sports Medicine Procedures". In Harrast Mark, Finnoff Jonathan (Eds.), Sports Medicine: Study Guide and Review for Boards (1, 1, pp. 65-76). New York, NY: Demos Medical Publishing.
    6. Henrie AM, Willick SE (01/01/2011). "Hamstring Strain". In Micheo W, Buschbacher RM (Eds.), Musculoskeletal, Sports, and Occupational Medicine (First, pp. 92-93). New York: Demos Medical Publishing.

    Letter

    1. Conger A, McCormick ZL, Henrie AM (2019). Pes Anserine Tendon Injury Resulting from Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation of the Inferior Medial Genicular Nerve. [Letter to the editor]. PM R, 11(11), 1244-1247. (Read full article)