Julia A. Rawlings, MD
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Dr. Rawlings received her medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine, where she went on to complete her Pediatric residency in conjunction with Primary Children’s Hospital. She then completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, treating both adults and children, and returned to Utah to complete a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship.
Dr. Rawlings cares for pediatric patients at Primary Children's Hospital in the Emergency Department and Rapid Treatment Unit in addition to the University Orthopaedic Center. She also cares for orthopaedic injuries of all ages in the Orthopaedic Injury Clinic. Dr. Rawlings is board-certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and has received the Certificate of Added Qualification for Primary Care Sports Medicine.
Academic Departments Pediatrics - Assistant Professor (Clinical)
Orthopaedics - Adjunct Assistant Professor
Academic Divisions Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Board Certification American Board of Family Medicine (Sports Medicine)
American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
National Board of Medical Examiners
Fellowship University of Utah School of Medicine, Primary Children's Hospital
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Fellowship University of Pittsburg Medical Center
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Residency University of Utah School of Medicine, Primary Children’s Medical Center
Professional Medical University of Utah School of Medicine
Graduate Training University of New Mexico
Human Physiology & Cancer
Undergraduate Brigham Young University
Biochemistry, Honors Program
Three Common Sports Injuries in Young Athletes
For young athletes, injuries happen—from sprained joints in sports like soccer or track, to dislocated shoulders on the football field. Orthopedic specialist Dr. Julia Rawlings talks about three of the most common injuries she sees in young athletes and why some of these injuries should to be seen by a doctor sooner than later.
When to Seek Treatment for Knee Injuries in Young Athletes
Knee injuries are extremely common for young athletes in any sport. Whether it comes from a hard hit or a bad pivot, many knee injuries can be serious and may need immediate treatment. Sports medicine physician Dr. Julia Rawlings explains what symptoms you need to be on the lookout for to make sure your athlete can get back in the game.
What if You Have a Sprain or Fracture During COVID-19?
Accidents happen, even during this time of physical distancing. Where do you go for a broken bone, sprain, or other orthopedic injuries? Dr. Julia Rawlings explains how the University of Utah Orthopaedic Injury Clinic can treat most acute orthopedic injuries.
100 N. Mario Capecchi Dr
SLC UT 84113
Peds Ortho-Riverton Primary
3773 W. 12600 S.
Riverton UT 84065