Brett Blaser, DO, is a board-certified family medicine physician who provides services for men, women, and children over 4 at Blaser Medical in Farmington, Utah.
Dr. Blaser completed an undergraduate degree in physiology and developmental biology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, before attending medical school at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. After graduating, Dr. Blaser took up a family medicine residency at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, then spent a year in New Zealand gaining valuable experience in treating patients of all ages.
Dr. Blaser believes in using a conservative approach that focuses on helping the body heal itself through healthy living. At Blaser Medical, he and his team identify underlying health issues like poor metabolism and the source of such problems, which are often related to insulin resistance, hormone imbalance, leaky gut, or adrenal gland dysfunction.
In Dr. Blaser’s experience, addressing the root cause of ill health is highly beneficial in treating many chronic inflammatory conditions and diseases, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and fatigue. He also advocates using medically managed weight loss following a ketogenic diet protocol that not only helps patients lose weight, but improves serious health conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and acid reflux. Once patients achieve a healthy weight, they can also take advantage of noninvasive aesthetic treatments to attain their ideal figure, including WarmSculpting™ with Sculpsure® for body contouring and Tempsure® Envi for skin tightening.
Dr. Blaser is currently serving as a medical director for a hospice group, an addiction recovery center, and a post-acute/long-term care facility. He is also on the Lake View Hospital Board of Trustees in Bountiful, Utah.