Leaders in Bone Tumor Diagnosis and Treatment
Bone tumors occur when cells inside your bones rapidly and uncontrollably divide. Most bone tumors are benign (non-cancerous), but that does not mean they can’t cause considerable damage. As they grow and multiply, tumor cells begin to displace healthy cells, making bones weak and more prone to fracture.
Alternatively, cancerous bone tumors may originate within the bone itself (bone sarcoma), or may have spread to the bone from another location (metastatic bone cancer). Bone cancer is a complex condition that requires a comprehensive multidisciplinary care in order to optimize patient outcomes.
Comprehensive treatment for bone tumor patients
At OrthoONE at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, our board-certified orthopedic surgeons are experienced in treating both adult and pediatric patients with a wide range of both benign and malignant (cancerous) bone tumors, including:
- Ewing’s sarcoma
- Metastatic bone cancer
- Fibrous dysplasia
- Giant cell tumors
- Bone cysts
- Multiple myelomas
- Paget’s Disease
- Any bone, joint or muscle tumors
Our physician staff includes recognized bone tumor specialists skilled in identifying tumors in their earliest stages and in developing comprehensive and individualized treatment plans based on the most advanced treatment techniques and in-depth knowledge of bone tumor progression.
Our facility is focused on providing state-of-the-art medical care that’s based on a compassionate understanding of each patient’s unique needs. In addition to providing advanced treatment techniques, we also educate our patients and their families so they can understand their condition and their treatment options and feel confident about the care they receive.
As a recognized leader in Denver, Colo. for orthopedic care, we treat patients suffering from bone cancer and other orthopedic-related medical issues. Our physicians make it their mission to stay up to date on emerging and novel techniques as well as established methods of orthopedic care to provide the broadest range of care options available today.
At OrthoONE at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, we take a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. Medical professionals from our programs work together in interdisciplinary teams to provide patients with a full spectrum of expert care. Our skilled nurse navigators guide patients through their entire experience, from their very first appointment through diagnostic studies, diagnosis and their personalized treatment plan and recovery. Serving as a liaison between the patient, and all care providers, including the primary care physician, specialists and support services. The nurse navigator coordinates a plan of care that includes everything from appointments and transportation to education and more.
At OrthoONE, we’re ready to help you get the treatment you need for your bone- or joint-related medical condition, including benign and malignant bone tumors. To learn more about our services and how we can help you, call us today at our Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center location at (303) 837-0072 to schedule an evaluation.