Dr. Verona Scheurich graduated from Colorado State University in 2005, where she developed her passion for acupuncture. After graduating from the veterinary school in 2012, she became a captain in the U.S. Army and served as a veterinarian in Iraq and Afghanistan. While serving her country, she traveled the world, was stationed in Texas, Tennessee and South Korea, and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 with the U.S. Army Special Operations Command.
Although she misses her hometown of Davenport, Iowa, Dr. Ali likes to go to Mountain West to do outdoor activities. In her free time, she enjoys being with her daughter and doing things like running, cycling, hiking, skiing and other outdoor activities. Outside work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as hiking and camping.
Dr. Lindsay appreciated his time in his hometown of Davenport, Iowa, and looks forward to building on it. He likes to play in bands and hears about social events that his friends and colleagues at the University of Utah Medical Center and North Salt Lake Medical School are organizing.
He is a certified Fear - Free vet and would like to tell you more about his pet appointments, so look forward to meeting your pet next time he comes to the clinic.
Dr. Ali has lived his dream for over 20 years at North Salt Lake Veterinary Medical Center and believes that all pets should be provided with quality care in a compassionate and fearless environment. He is committed to the need for a holistic approach that uses traditional veterinary medicine and alternative therapies based on the best needs of his patients. Visit our SaltLake office to learn more about our staff, services and amazing animal care opportunities.
Although the recovery community often faces stigma, many people believe that the research is clear and that drug-assisted treatment works better than prescription drugs. He reiterates that his most successful patients were those who broke out of opioid addiction by combining assisted drug treatment with an inpatient or outpatient program, as well as other evidence-based options. Doctors prescribing Suboxone will often want to see patients with a history of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and substance abuse.
As a small 8-year-old child, I learned very quickly that kindness and kindness go a long way, and I love to love children who behave like the children they are, just ask my own children. H & E is passionate about pediatric dentistry because it allows it to "act like a child almost all day." He loves children and loves them just as much as they love him, that's how children are, so I'm grateful for that.
I completed my stay in pediatric dentistry and continued my education at the University of Utah Medical School, where I earned a master's degree in dentistry after a two-year stay at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Salt Lake City. From there, I completed a scholarship to Utah State University Medical Center in pediatrics.
In 2016 I performed the world's first UroLift under local anaesthetic at the same time and performed over 800 UROL lifts on men in the US and four other countries. Dr. Gange has performed more than 1,000 procedures for men and women of all ages, genders and physical abilities.
He has written articles for the lay press and was instrumental in the creation of WebMD's urology department. In 2001, he founded the Utah Institute for Continuing Medical Education, accredited by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), which is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Utah through health education and screening. He remains president and has held numerous other executive positions, including president and CEO of the Utah Health Care Foundation and the Utah Medical Association, and board member of the National Association of Medical Colleges.
Dr. Gange has written or co-authored several central research papers in the field of urology and has lectured at several national conferences on BPH and UroLift. He was awarded the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Award of Excellence in Urology and Obstetrics, a designation recognized by his peers for his teaching and education. This designation recognizes its ability to demonstrate a high level of care for men with urinary tract symptoms and achieve a high level of patient satisfaction and quality of life for patients and their families.
Dr. Sorenson is currently a member of the American College of Urology's Board of Trustees for Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a member of the Department of Urology at North Salt Lake University Medical Center and an active participant in the UroLift program at the University of Utah Medical School. Dr. Gange and his wife Jennifer and their three children are members of a private, nonprofit medical school in Utah that allows them to stay up to date with the latest training and technology.