About OrthoONE at Parker
(formerly Denver Center For Joint Replacement)
Experiencing pain in the knees, hips and joints is often not just a sign of aging. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), arthritis is reported by at least 1 in 6 adults in every state. If you’re an avid skier, hiker, mountain biker, athlete or outdoor enthusiast, it’s important to know that knee and joint pain does not have to be a chronic condition. At OrthoONE at Parker, our highly-trained team of orthopedic surgeons and physicians is devoted to helping patients return to an active, healthy lifestyle following treatment or surgery.
Serving Parker and the southeast Denver area, the OrthoONE clinic is led by Dr. Dennis Chang, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has performed thousands of hip and knee surgeries. Dr. Chang specializes in knee and hip replacement, and develops an individualized treatment plan for each patient to reduce joint pain, so that you can resume your normal activities as soon as possible.
Joint pain is not something you should ignore. Seek treatment at OrthoONE at Parker for quality care and help reducing knee, hip and joint pain.
In addition to treating common conditions related to joint pain — which includes arthritis, hip fracture, back pain, knee injuries, tendonitis, and dislocated joints, among others — Dr. Chang in Parker also specializes in treating sports injuries. Patients with an ACL injury, a hip or knee sprain or Runner’s Knee receive the best care and treatment from a team of physicians and surgeons with a high level of sports injury experience.
At the OrthoONE Parker office, treatment is focused on the active adult and offers orthopedic diagnosis, care planning and treatment options for residents east of Denver and surrounding areas. Don’t let joint pain slow you down or stop you from enjoying outdoor or physical activities. OrthoONE at Parker strives to provide optimal care in a patient-friendly environment. Our physicians see patients at three convenient locations, including Parker, Arvada and on the Rose Medical Center campus.