Northern Colorado's Orthopaedic Specialists

Orthopaedics is the diagnosis and treatment of bone, joint, tissue, and nerve disorders of the back, neck, shoulders, hips, knees, hands, arms, feet, and ankles.

The physicians of the Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies have advanced (fellowship) training in the orthopaedic specialties -- hand, elbow, shoulder, spine, hip/knee joint replacement, sports medicine, trauma, and foot/ankle.

They are board-certified or board-eligible through the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

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Hand & Upper Extremity

Care of the soft tissue and bones in the fingers, hand, carpal tunnel, wrist, elbow and shoulder, and the areas in between.


Care of patients who suffer from disorders of the neck and back, including disc injury, scoliosis, congenital abnormalities, arthritis, injury and accidents, spinal stenosis (narrowing), and osteoporosis, for example.

Foot & Ankle
Care of injuries and disorders of the toes, foot, and ankle tissues and joints, including bunions, hammertoes, arthritis, joint pain, athletic injuries, complications from diabetes, and sprains and strains.

Sports Medicine
Treatment of injuries and pain resulting from sports for all levels of athletes, including varsity, collegiate, professional, and the 'weekend warrior.' The Orthopaedic & Spine Center provides medical care at dozens of sports events, including Colorado State University, the Colorado Eagles, area high schools, rodeos at the professional, college, and high school levels, and international competitions such as the Olympic games, and international wrestling tournaments.

Trauma / Fractures

Care of patients whose injuries range from minor to life threatening, whether in a hospital ER or in our offices. Our physicians and PA's have ER call for orthopaedic issues at the three hospitals in Loveland and Fort Collins.

Joint Replacement (all joints)

Specialized surgeries in which artificial joints are implanted to replace worn out or diseased natural joints.The most common joints replaced are the hip and knee, but shoulders, ankles, and finger joints are often replaced, too.