Denver orthopedic surgeons and services
Best orthopedic surgeons in Denver: hand, hip, knee and spine care
If you are experiencing pain related to your daily activities or have had an injury, you want to know you are seeing the top rated orthopedic surgeons Denver has to offer. You can be confident that in choosing an orthopedic specialist at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, you or your family member will be evaluated and treated by some of the most experienced and exceptional physicians in the region who are experts at diagnosing and treating any orthopedic condition.
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The Institute for Limb Preservation
For more than 20 years, this group has established itself as the Rocky Mountain region's premier medical community to evaluate and treat diseases and trauma that affect the extremities. This highly esteemed group of experts work collaboratively on the most complex cases.
Our experts are highly regarded for treating all conditions, from the most complex traumas handled by the Institute for Limb Preservation, to common overuse injuries and arthritis. You can be certain that no matter your diagnosis, our team is highly qualified and highly engaged to care for you.
Conditions we excel at treating:
- Overuse Injuries
- Ligament Injuries
- Arthritis & cartilage damage
- Hand Injuries
- Non-unions & Deformity
- Tumors of the Extremities
- Orthopedic Infection (bone infection or joint infection)
- Hip Dysplasia
- Back and Neck Conditions
- Chronic Pain
For a full detailed list of what our team treats, see our orthopedic conditions we treat page.
On top of the conditions we named above, our facility also treats for non-unions, deformities, tumors of the extremities, orthopedic infections (bone or joint infections), hip dysplasia and osteonecrosis through our complex orthopedic care department as well as our Institute for Limb Preservation (formerly the Denver Clinic at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center).