Strategically located in the center of the United States, the Center for Spine & Orthopedics is one of our nation’s leading spine and orthopedic practices for patients seeking industry leading spine and orthopedic care. Our staff focuses on making the patient feel like the ‘center’ of care, and all that we do revolves around them. Skilled physicians, trained staff, state–of–the–art medical facility are all designed to put patient care first.
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Center for Spine & Orthopedics
9005 Grant Street Ste 200
Thornton, CO 80229
Our team of World-Class Surgeons and Pain Management Physicians rotate through multiple locations to provide comprehensive care around the Denver Metropolitan Area.
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center
1601 E 19th Ave #4400
Denver, CO 80218
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialists
The Center of Excellence
The Center for Spine and Orthopedics is a Center of Excellence in evaluating and treating spine and orthopedic patients care who have acute, non-emergent, musculoskeletal conditions. Our team has been actively involved in FDA clinical trials for a variety of technologies. Over 15 years directly related research, data and experience for Disc Replacement and managing a variety of complex conditions that improve patient’s outcome.
Providing Comprehensive Healthcare
To save you time, extra travel and more waiting for your convenience, we offer on-site access to an array of ancillary (diagnostic/ therapeutic) services, to name a few:
Your x-rays are ordered and can be accomplished before or immediately after your examination to get a clear picture of your source of pain or potential disorder. Our experienced radiology technicians can perform them on-site in CSO’s main facility. Results are available almost immediately, and your physician will discuss your diagnosis and treatment options during your initial appointment.
High-Resolution Diagnostic Imaging
Your physician may need an MRI or other high-resolution diagnostic modality before or after your visit to gain a clearer picture of your condition. You can schedule an MRI or other diagnostic modality at Health Images onsite. On the same visit, you can also schedule a follow up visit with your CSO provider. For added convenience, simply pick up MRI results just before your next follow-up appointment. For details, visit healthimages.com.
On-site Lab Tests
To save you another drive and possibly a long 1.5 hour wait at an another lab facility or other hospital, CSO offers on-site blood tests as part of preparation for surgery and on-site urine testing, which may be required for drug screening on the day of your appointment.
Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
To save another drive to another site, CSO offers durable medical equipment (DME), such as orthopedic boots, braces and foot inserts, that you can pick up in our office should your physician order it. Our goal is to save time and save you from waiting.
CSO provides on-site electro-diagnostic treatment, such as EMGs. An EMG analyzes the electrical activity in your muscles so your physician can learn more about nerve functioning in the arms and legs. Small, thin needles are placed in the muscle to record the electrical activity. Your doctor will listen and watch a TV-like screen that broadcasts the electrical signals. For more information about electro-diagnostic services at CSO, click HERE.
The on-site Musculoskeletal Surgery Center (MCSC) is a fully-licensed ambulatory surgical center for orthopedic, spine, podiatry and outpatient procedures. Patients enjoy a warm, comfortable environment, enabling them to return home the day of their procedure or stay several nights for observation. Patients also receive individualized attention to minimize the stress of surgery. A highly skilled team of registered nurses and medical technicians will assist your surgeon. For details, visit musculoskeletalsurgerycenter.com.
Returning Life & Motion
Our renowned team of spine (neck and back) specialists treat patients from around the world. With specialties in minimally invasive surgical procedures, our physicians provide the most current and updated procedures for individualized patient care.
Assessment & Control
Long-term pain can greatly impact both your quality of life and your ability to work. Chronic pain affects thousands of people every year and is a leading cause of fatigue, anxiety and depression. Our physical medicine & rehabilitation experts can help.