Brigham B. Redd, M.D
I grew up in Utah, the 2nd of 15 children. I enjoy spending my free time with my lovely wife and 7 children. In medical training I was once told to; "treat each patient as family." This statement struck deeply with me and is something I try to do with each patient I treat.I was born in a US Military hospital in Germany. I continued the family tradition by serving 19 years in the US Army. My last 10 years of service were on active duty as a doctor and orthopedic surgeon. I am honored to have spent 7 months in Iraq treating the many brave men and women who were injured while deployed.
I attended Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where I earned my bachelor’s of science in Russian in 1995. I went on to attended The Ohio State University where I earned my medical degree and graduated with honors in 1999.
I obtained my specialty training in orthopedic surgery at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center/ Texas Tech combined residency program. I went on to get additional training at St. Lukes Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ in pediatric orthopedics; where I enjoyed working with children and their families. I then went to the world renowned; Rush Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, IL, to further my training in joint replacement and reconstructive surgery. Here I learned, from some of the best orthopedic surgeons in the world, in hip and knee replacement surgery.
I have been practicing orthopedic surgery in Idaho Falls for 8 years. I have been very active in the community by; volunteering with scouting, serving on the Bonneville youth soccer league board and also coaching soccer for all ages, year around.
I am very passionate about my job and I find great happiness in seeing each patients outcomes succeed. I treat many different orthopedic needs from; arthritis to sports injuries. I also enjoy treating pediatric injuries and witnessing the miraculous healing potential that children have. I look forward to meeting new patients and helping them find the best ways to overcome their injuries and issues with pain. I strive to help get each patient back to living again. I will always be honest with you and try hard to treat you "like family."