CU Orthopedics offers world-class care for musculoskeletal tumors and bone infections, specializing in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of
benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors. We also treat metastatic disease that affects bone.
Why choose our orthopedic oncology program?
- Comprehensive, multidisciplinary care—in one location. We sit down each week with other specialists and review each and every patient case together.
- Treatment at a Center of Excellence for metastatic bone disease, minimally invasive treatment of metastatic and primary bone tumors and soft tissue tumors, prosthetic joint infections, and atypical joint and soft tissue infections.
- Direct 24/7 access to a provider, whether it's a PA or a nurse.
Learn more about why a specialized program makes all the difference.
About our team
Our team—orthopedic surgeons, physician assistants, nurses, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, microbiologists, and more—is committed to providing personalized service and
treatment plans that include the most current surgical techniques. We offer same-day appointments for patients with
concerning tumors, and strive
to make a diagnosis as quickly as possible.
Since all team members are located at University of Colorado Hospital, you receive the most comprehensive and highest quality care possible. We do our best to provide our patients and their families with a seamless experience, from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up care.
Meet the orthopedic oncology faculty and the multidisciplinary sarcoma team.
We also have a pediatric orthopedic tumor program at Children's Hospital Colorado, which specializes in both benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors. Learn more »