Traske Muir, MD


Dr. Traske Muir is a fellowship trained and board certified lower extremity orthopedic surgeon. He specializes in treatment of injuries and arthritis of the knee, ankle and foot. Dr. Muir has done extensive research on Achilles tendinopathy and orthopedic injury associated with ATV crashes. Dr. Muir received his medical degree from the University of Virginia and then completed a general surgery internship at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. He followed with a residency in orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He then completed a fellowship in orthopedic foot and ankle surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix.


Medical School
University of Virginia

Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Mayo Clinic Phoenix


Bone Health Center
3584 West 9000 South, Suite 209
West Jordan, Utah 84084
Phone 801.903.5688
Fax 801.568.3482

CORE West Jordan

Articles by Traske Muir, MD

foot arch pain

Foot Arch Pain Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

In the foot, arch pain or strain can sideline you from exercise and participation in your favorite sports. If you work on your feet, this problem can make for long or missed workdays.

The foot is a complex structure of bones, muscles and connective tissues that bear enormous stress under normal conditions. When you add in risk factors, the chance of developing arch p...
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linsfranc injury

Making Sense of the Lisfranc Injury

Lisfranc injury occurs in the midfoot, in the Lisfranc joint, also known as the tarsometatarsal articulation of the foot.

This joint is named after a field surgeon in Napoleon’s army, Jacques Lisfranc. Dr. Lisfranc, while serving on the Russian front, discovered that amputation at the tarsometatarsal articulation was an expedient treatment for gangrene of the...
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heel pain runners Utah

Treating Chronic Heel Pain in Runners

Heel pain can quickly sideline runners, from professional athletes to weekend warriors. Although the cause of this discomfort can often be attributed to plantar fasciitis, other bone or soft tissue injury may be to blame.

If you put off seeing an orthopedic foot specialist or sports medicine physician, the condition can worsen. As a result, you could be sidelined for wee...
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