Orthopedic specialists in Centennial, Colorado
Colorado is known for its adventurous people. Many who call Colorado ‘home’ enjoy being active through sports, biking, skiing or simply exploring the beauty and challenges of the local environment. At Centennial Hospital, we understand how important it is for you to stay active. That’s why our orthopedic program is designed with your best recovery in mind. If you find yourself with chronic pain or an injury to your hip, knee, back, spine or neck, our orthopedics and sports medicine experts are here to help.
Get back to the life you love! Call us at (303) 763-0630 to find a physician who can help.
Our orthopedic surgery program provides state-of-the-art technology and highly experienced specialists in a comfortable, convenient location close to where you live and work. Our orthopedic surgeons provide minimally invasive procedures, including those performed with the aid of a surgical robot. These techniques and related technology often lead to smaller incisions, less risk of complications, reduced blood loss, shorter hospital stays and a faster return to activity.
Our patients also benefit from specially trained, compassionate nurses and support staff who provide care before, during and after your procedure. Each member of our orthopedic surgery team is dedicated to high-quality, expert care—all with your fast, complete, healthy return to activity in mind.
Bone, joint and muscle conditions we treat
Our team of orthopedic experts care for a wide range of conditions including:
- Achilles tendon injuries
- Arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
- Biceps tendon rupture
- Bone cancers
- Bone diseases
- Bone spurs
- Broken bones
- Carpal tunnel
- Chondrocalcinosis (gout)
- Chondromalacia patellae (runner's knee)
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Dislocated joints
- Ganglion cysts
- Hammer toe
- Hand and wrist surgery
- Hand deformities
- Hip pointer (hip bone bruise)
- Hip disorders and diseases
- Joint replacement
- Knee injuries or knee disorders and diseases
- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
- Ligament injuries, such as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
- Meniscus tears
- Movement disorders, such as ataxia, chorea, dyskinesia and tardive dyskinesia (TD)
- Neuromuscular disorders, such as muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis (MS) and spasticity
- Orthopedic Trauma
- Osteomyelitis (bone infection)
- Osteoporosis (bone loss)
- Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Spinal disorders, such as scoliosis and stenosis
- Sprains, strains and fractures
- Targeted Muscle Reinnervation
- Stenosing tenosynovitis (trigger finger or trigger thumb)
Foot and ankle care
Healthy feet and ankles allow us to walk, run, snowshoe, climb and so much more. While some injuries may be relieved by replacing your shoes or resting, it’s important to seek medical care if your pain is chronic or associated with swelling and redness.
Our team of foot and ankle experts provide complete care from initial diagnosis through treatment and into recovery. We have a full range of treatments, including minimally invasive surgery, injections, physical therapy, medications and bracing.
Hand and upper extremity care
Pain or injury to your hand or upper extremities affects nearly every aspect of your life. If you are experiencing chronic pain or a significant acute injury, our team is here to help. Our surgeons and support staff are skilled in creating a clear diagnosis, treatment and recovery plan that is crafted especially for your individualized needs, desires and goals.
Significant advances have been made in treating hip conditions including treatments for injuries such as a fracture or arthritis wear and tear. Our experts provide cutting-edge care for the management and treatment of all types of hip problems, including minimally invasive hip replacement.
The knee is particularly susceptible to injury in sports and other high impact activities. Whether you are suffering from a ligament tear, arthritis or another trauma to the joint, our team is well equipped to provide an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment—tailored to your specific health needs and goals.
While our team always begins with the least invasive, most effective treatment options, sometimes, the best treatment for hip, knee or shoulder problems is to replace the joint. Fortunately, recent advances in joint replacement are giving patients longer-lasting implants through less invasive surgery. Your orthopedic surgeon first evaluates your joint and determines if a partial joint replacement or total joint replacement is necessary. Then, during surgery, the team replaces the damaged components of the joint with an implant, alleviating pain and allowing you to get back to living your best life!
Our orthopedic team commonly performs:
Significant and/or chronic pain in the back and neck can be due to injury, wear and tear or disease of the spine. When you come to us for spine care, you get the backing of a multidisciplinary team of experts. This team collaborates to create a treatment plan designed especially for your needs. Our specialists are experienced in treating a full range of spine needs— everything from neck pain and herniated discs to bone spurs and degenerative disease.
Preoperative education classes
We want to partner with you in your care! You are an important part of your care team. Experts have found that patients have better outcomes when they are educated about their treatments and engaged in the care process. That’s why our team offers preoperative education classes for patients undergoing spine surgery as well as those undergoing knee, hip and shoulder replacements. These free classes detail affected anatomy, preoperative exercises, pain management, discharge needs, equipment needs, home safety, occupational and physical therapy, postoperative nursing care, and precautions/limitations after surgery.
We recommend taking your preoperative class at least two weeks prior to surgery. We also encourage you to bring along family members or caregivers who will be involved in your treatment and recovery.
Your care doesn’t end when your surgery ends. Our team is committed to getting you all the way back to the life you love! A therapist from our physical therapy and rehabilitation program will begin working with you as soon as possible after surgery. The, the therapy team will continue to support you throughout your hospital stay and beyond, if necessary. Our goal is to reduce pain, improve movement and get you back to your desired level of activity.
Orthopedic care at HealthONE
Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.Learn about Orthopedic care
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