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Stephanie Chu, DO

Assistant Professor




7403 Church Ranch Blvd., Suite #107

Westminster, CO 80021




A research interest of mine has included Musculoskeletal Education in Family Medicine Residency.  I have developed a couple of tools to help identify knowledge gaps in Musculoskeletal Medicine in Family Medicine Residents.  These tools include a physical exam practical for the Shoulder, Knee, and Ankle as well as a 35-Question Test. 

Other research interests include Women’s Sports Medicine, more specifically hematological changes in Female Athletes.


My professional activities are varied and it is often difficult to remember where I am supposed to be on any given day of the week.  My time is divided between Family Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine.  My Family Medicine Clinic is at University Family Medicine in Westminster.  My Sports Medicine time includes both the “Recreational Athlete” at CU Sports Medicine in Denver as well as taking care collegiate athletes at the University of Colorado where I serve as one of the CU Buffaloes Team Physicians.  Additionally I volunteer some of my time with Adams 12 School District in Adams County helping with High School Training Rooms and Athletes.

Something that has become near and dear to my heart is a new volunteer endeavor I started in August of 2009.  I volunteered a week of my summer to serve as a Mentor to Rwandan Orphans in Kigali, Rwanda through a non-profit organization called Hope Shines.  I have since accepted the role of Medical Director for the non-profit organization and will be returning annually to help with acute and preventative medical issues for the Orphans.


  • American Medical Society of Sports Medicine
  • American College of Sports Medicine