Precision Pointe Regenerative Health is a full-service orthopedic office dedicated to optimizing the quality of healthcare through an integrative approach to health and wellness.
There are no other clinics in the Utah area that can compare to the service and care that you will receive as a patient at Precision Pointe, that’s why we are the number one stem cell provider in the area – by far.
With a background in orthopedic surgery, our clinic’s founder Randy Relyea wants to help heal patients without having to resort to painful and costly surgeries.
He knows that the body knows what to do to regenerate itself if it’s given the right cues.
Stem Cell Therapy, PRP Platelet Rich Therapy, and Shockwave Therapy are the cues your body needs. His goal is to get patients pain-free, so they can get back to the activities they enjoy.
Each and every professional that provides services at Precision Pointe Regenerative Health- from nurses and doctors to technicians and administrative staff, are dedicated to your good health and wellness. They do their best at the clinic so you can live a full and healthy life, spending as little time as possible at the clinic.
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Randy Relyea is a serious fitness fanatic. This has led him to a passion for medicine and physiology. Randy’s experience in orthopedic surgery has led him to expertise in sports and regenerative medicine. He has a strong belief that the body can heal from physical injuries through both the understanding of preventative measures and post-traumatic injury treatments.
Randy is the founder of Precision Pointe Regenerative Health, a full-service orthopedic office with a focus on regenerative medicine’s newest treatments which include PRP and stem-cell therapy.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University, his medical degree at A.T. Still University in Kirksville, Missouri, and an orthopedic surgery residency at North Shore Hospital in Long Island, New York.
Jenny Frazier-Relyea, now a Utah native, grew up in Los Angeles, California. She has worked closely with first responders for the past 15 years – which presented her with daily opportunities to be in direct contact with patients and their family members experiencing the worst days of their lives. Jenny has been praised for her patience with patients, and the way she can solve a complex and frustrating crisis into an optimal resolution.
A shift in life circumstances exposed her to Orthopedics, then Orthobiologics and she knew she couldn’t stop there. Jenny developed a Stem Cell protocol that has proven to be effective and efficient for broad and specialized areas of Regenerative Medicine. With this discovery, along with the years of direct hands-on experience in hundreds of procedures, she felt driven to share this cutting-edge knowledge with other health care providers and their staff to make this advanced technology available and attainable to as many people as possible. This is the simple WHY, of how Precision Pointe Regenerative Health was launched. She and her husband, Randy, have established what is now a leading provider of Regenerative Medicine treatment and therapies.
Birthplace: Boise, ID
Education: B.S. Zoology, BYU-Provo; 2003 Graduated with honors Nova Southeastern University, Masters Medical Science, PA-C; 2010
Experience: Practiced over 10 years serving patients with their primary and urgent care needs.
Favorite quotes: “Eat half, walk double, laugh triple, and love without measure.” Tibetan Proverb
Favorite hobby: River surfing
Favorite Movies: Shawshank Redemption, Life is Beautiful, Anchorman
“Coming into a doctor’s office can cause significant apprehension, my goal is to help patients feel comfortable and at ease…I want patients to feel heard, understood, and empowered; when they become our patients, they become part of our family…”
Kirk was born and raised in northern Utah. He left the country at 19 years old to become an LDS missionary in Brazil. Serving there for 2 years.
He was then certified as a nursing assistant at DATC, and joined the Utah National Guard, spending a year training for a challenging and rewarding job working with intelligence for the U.S. Army. While there he obtained an Associate of Arts degree and met his wife.
Shortly after they wed he shipped over to Iraq, and upon returning obtained his Associate and Bachelors in Nursing from Weber State University.
While working as a nurse, he was able to take on short term military missions in various places around the globe; Cameroon, Zambia, Sao Tome, Portugal, and South Korea to name a few.
Having gained invaluable insight and cultural awareness through overseas military assignments, he will always cherish his time abroad.
As a Nurse he worked in Long Term Care Rehab, MedSurg, Ortho/spine, and lastly the infamous ICU/CCU. It was in the ICU that he finally felt like he was truly a nurse and fell in love with the responsibility of managing complex pathologies and administering mind bending puzzles of IV medications to patients in varying stages of healing. The challenge was intense, but wanting more he headed off to Nurse Practitioner school to become an advanced practice nurse (APRN).
While attending the Master’s program at Weber State University, he worked on full-time military orders as an analyst contributing to America’s interests on a global, and local scale. He thanks his wife for her support during this daunting time.
As an APRN with an interest in many areas, the bulk of his experience since graduation has been with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), Medical weight loss, and orthopedic pain management coupled with regenerative medicine.
He still works for the Army National Guard as a medical provider and Captain at Utah MEDCOM in conjunction with my civilian medical activities.
Since connecting with Randy and Precision Pointe Regenerative Health, his knowledge of regenerative medicine has compounded significantly.
Paul Winterton, MD
Dr. Winterton graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed his orthopedic residency at Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
Dr. Winterton is a leader in cartilage resurfacing and ligament reconstruction in shoulders, knees and ankles. Another of his primary interests is knee replacement surgery. He enjoys a broad-based orthopedic practice with offices throughout 2 Utah counties