Knee Disorders

The knee connects the thigh with the lower leg, and consists of two articulations. One is between the large thigh bone (femur) and the large bone in the lower leg (the tibia). The second connects the femur and patella (the knee cap).

Our knee specialists are devoted to providing you with the highly specialized care you need.

Our knee surgeons provide team and game coverage for the Colorado Eagles hockey team, area high schools, and dozens of rodeo competitions.

Drs. Rocci Trumper, Sean Grey, and Thomas Anderson, DO, also serve as team physicians for Colorado State University’s sports teams.

Knee Conditions Treated: 

  • ACL Tears
  • Meniscus injuries
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Knee replacements

Whether you injured your knee in sports, in a recreational activity, suffered an accident, or have an arthritis-related condition, our knee surgeons would be pleased to help you!

Our Sports Medicine-Knee Specialists

Click on the names below to get to know our physicians.

Physicians Office Locations
Mark McFerran, MD Loveland
Rocci Trumper, MD  Fort Collins
Dale Martin, MD Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley
David Beard, MD Loveland
Ryan Hartman, MD Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley
Joshua Snyder, MD Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley


To schedule an appointment and evaluation with one of our knee specialists, please call our schedulers at 970-419-7050, or call 1-800-722-7441 and ask for scheduling.

Learn More 

Learn more in our Sports Medicine-Concussion Center booklet.

Click here for information about our sports med rodeo event coverage.

Check out our conditions and surgeries page.

Read more at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons patient information website.