Meet Dr. Kyle Dunning
Kyle Dunning is proud to pioneer TEP inguinal hernia repair in Ogden and the surrounding areas. TEP stands for “total extraperitoneal” surgery, a type of laparoscopic surgery. The approach uses a tiny camera called a laparoscope to perform the Ogden hernia repair through three very small incisions. The repair is tunneled under the muscle and in between the layers of the abdominal wall allowing for an excellent hernia repair with minimal pain and faster return to normal activity. Dr. Dunning performs hundreds of successful laparoscopic hernia surgeries every year at Ogden Clinic.
Kyle Dunning is also a combat-trained general surgeon. He obtained his M.D. from Drexel University College of Medicine and served a residency at Easton Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. After completing his education, he served four years on active duty in the US Army treating soldiers in the US as well as in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was the Chief of General Surgery for the General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.
Along with Ogden laparoscopic hernia repair and surgery, Dr. Dunning also treats a spectrum of different diseases and disorders. He handles lumps, bumps, and other skin and soft tissue conditions, gallbladder disease, thyroid problems, stomach bowel and colon disorders including colon cancer and diverticulitis, benign breast disorders and breast cancer, reflux disease, upper and lower endoscopies (EGDs and colonoscopy), and is a member of the trauma surgery team. For a complete look at Dr. Dunning’s services, check out Ogden Clinic General Surgery.
Easton Hospital (Academic affiliate with Hahnemann University), Philadelphia, PA
Residency, Specialty/Program: General Surgery - completed 2009
Drexel University College of Medicine
Ogden, UT – 2013 to Present
US Army, Major
Fort Leonard Wood, MO – 2009 to 2013