Jason Blackham, MD, Internal Medicine Sports Medicine specialist ran cross country and track for Mountain View High in Orem, Ut, where he was All-State, and for Southern Utah University. He continues to run marathons and road races. He was a team physician for University of Iowa before moving to Ogden at Intermountain Sports Medicine at McKay Dee Hospital, Calton-Harrison clinic.
He is a team physician for area high schools, marathon and other race events, Snowbasin Clinic, and Weber State teams. He has given talks at national sports medicine meetings and running symposiums as well as written book chapters on stress fractures, shin splints and calf muscle strains. He practices non-surgical sports medicine. He treats bone, joint, muscle and tendon injuries and medical issues related to sports with emphasis on running injuries, endurance medicine and medical problems with sports participation. He specializes in overuse injuries and prevention of running related injuries as well as ultrasound guided procedures.
He also specializes in sports related medical problems such as exercise induced asthma, concussion, heart issues, diabetes in athletes, and more. He knows how to keep runners training while rehabbing injuries.