Dr. Holladay:

The primary focus of my solo internal medicine practice (clinic) is to treat individuals in the Salt Lake City, Utah area with fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), and related issues, such as POTS. I enjoy working on challenging medical problems.

Key aspects of my approach include:

  • Taking time to thoroughly evaluate and listen to  patients

  • Focusing on issues that many physicians are less familiar with

  • Being candid and honest

  • Reviewing research and treatment information to enhance the quality of care

  • Taking multiple problems into account when addressing a patient's illness

  • Including both lifestyle changes and medications in treatment plans when appropriate

At your initial visit you can expect a detailed evaluation of the problems you are experiencing and a detailed discussion or written summary of recommendations.

Further info

Do you experience the following?
  • Always tired

  • Body hurts all over

  • Cleaning a room or going to the store is exhausting

  • Standing on feet brings dizziness, fatigue, or racing heart

  • Mind feels like it's in a fog

  • Frequent headaches

  • Frequent stomach pain or discomfort

  • Light and sound are irritating

  • Never wake up rested

  • Can't sleep at night or stay awake during the day

  • Throat or glands are often sore

  • Blood tests don't show anything wrong

Most people will get some of these symptoms on occasion. But if symptoms like those on the list above are causing significant problems, then you may benefit from further evaluation.

If you are unsure whether an evaluation will be worthwhile, feel free to call and we can briefly discuss your symptoms and whether this would be an appropriate direction for you.



Fibromyalgia/Diffuse Pain

An explanation is often difficult to find for widespread pain. Underlying illnesses can include fibromyalgia, small fiber neuropathy,  Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, ME/CFS, and others.

Chronic Fatigue/Exhaustion

Fatigue comes from many different sources. An evaluation may help in sorting out your fatigue. Illnesses involving substantial fatigue include  ME/CFS, POTS, and others.

Unsolved Medical Problems

Do you have an issue for which you have unsuccessfully tried to find answers?

General Medical Issues

If you have other issues you would like to address, please feel free to call to see if this practice will be a good fit.

Dr. Nathan B. Holladay, MD, PhD

Board certified in Internal Medicine



For an appointment, please call: 385-251-6028

To obtain records: Primary contact: Nathan B. Holladay, MD, PhD

Address and telephone number as provided below on this site.

Secondary contact (backup contact for records only): Marcie Holladay (Address: 251 E. Eaglebrook Dr., Sandy, UT. Telephone: 801-566-0911)*

*Note, secondary contact information is mandated by the state of Utah. Please try to contact Dr. Holladay directly for any records requests.


865 E 4800 S Ste 160

Murray, UT 84107

Cell: 385-251-6028

Office phone/Fax: 801-262-1844

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, by appointment

(in some cases, Saturday appointments may be available)

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