Orthopedics

Recognized as a national leader in orthopedic care, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital provides award-winning joint and spine care to get patients back to living their adventure-filled lives.

Location

2350 Meadows Blvd
Castle Rock, CO, 80109
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Our Services

Our comprehensive program, from pre-op education to postsurgical rehab, is designed to get you back to your normal activities as quickly and as safely possible. 

Our orthopedic and spine experts provide a wide range of care, including diagnosis, nonsurgical and surgical treatment, and rehabilitation. Our experienced sports medicine physicians can help you maintain your active lifestyle with less pain.

Joint Replacement

Orthopedics

Joint Replacement

If you're living the active lifestyle so many Colorado residents love, it can be difficult when joint pain and soreness slows you down. While minor pain and stiffness will usually get better with rest, sometimes the damage to your knee, hip or shoulder is so severe that joint replacement surgery is the best option for you.

When it’s time to talk about joint replacement surgery, you’ll find a unique expertise with our staff at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. As a part of the Centura Health network, we have a variety of resources to help our patients make the best decision for their health. We know that getting back to the things you enjoy, like hiking, biking and skiing, is a high priority. That's why our comprehensive program, from pre-op education to postsurgical rehab, is designed to get you back to your normal activities as quickly and as safely possible.

Our joint replacement surgery services include:

  • Total hip replacement
  • Anterior hip replacement
  • Knee replacement
Spine Care

Orthopedics

Spine Care

Whether you are experiencing new back pain or you have been diagnosed with a spine condition or injury, the spine care team at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital can help you find the best way to heal. Our spine experts provide a wide range of care, including diagnosis, nonsurgical and surgical treatment, and rehabilitation. No matter your situation, we can provide you the treatment you need.

At Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, we are proud to provide experienced orthopedic surgeons and  neurosurgeons who are trained in the latest technology, including minimally invasive spine surgery. Under our care, patients can recover quickly with less pain.

Spine conditions we treat:

  • Arthritis
  • Bone spurs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Ruptured disc
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal fracture
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylolisthesis

Castle Rock Adventist Hospital offers an innovative solution of advanced imaging, informatics, surgical planning, navigation, and robotic visualization with a digital microscope for spine and brain surgery. This new system will be allows surgeons to operate with a state-of-the-art, fully integrated solution for their expanding practice while avoiding the ergonomic challenges that come with traditional microscopes.

This technology provides neurosurgeons with the latest advancements in visualization tools to perform minimally-invasive, patient-specific approaches for both spinal and cranial procedures. For cranial procedures, using an imaging method called diffusion tensor imaging, the technology automatically processes whole brain tractography for surgical planning of every possible approach. This functionality allows surgeons to see details that can’t be seen with the naked eye and may allow access to locations previously deemed inoperable. The surgical plan is integrated into the navigation system that allows them to see a patient’s brain tracts in real time.

For both cranial and spine procedures, surgeons also use the fully automated digital microscope, a high-powered magnification system mounted on a robotic arm that automatically follows the surgeon’s tools. This replaces the need to manipulate cumbersome optics with a view the entire operating room can see. The technology allows for better surgical ergonomics, facilitates collaboration with operating room staff, and consumes less surgical time, all factors that may lead to better outcomes.

Sports Medicine

Orthopedics

Sports Medicine

At Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, our experienced sports medicine physicians can help you maintain your active lifestyle with less pain.

Sports medicine services include treatment of:

  • Ankle injuries and disorders
  • Back injuries and disorders
  • Bursitis
  • Dislocations
  • Elbow injuries, such as tennis elbow
  • Foot injuries and disorders
  • Fractures, sprains and strains
  • Hip injuries, such as labral tears
  • Knee injuries, such as ACL tears
  • Shoulder injuries, such as rotator cuff tears

Treatment may include a focused schedule of physical therapy, rest, wearing a brace, or other nonsurgical options. If these treatments fail to provide you with relief, surgery may be needed. From joint replacement to rehabilitation, we will be with you every step of the way.

In addition to offering orthopedic care, our specialists can also help you find ways to avoid a sports injury in the first place, for any athletic activities you enjoy.

Your care team

Orthopedics

Your care team

Manages patient care pre-operatively and performs surgery.

Will manage care in the operating room (OR) by assisting the surgeon as well as coordinate your care on the inpatient unit during your hospital stay.

Help with your surgical procedure. They manage equipment, set up and maintain the sterile field, and help ensure your safety during surgery.  

May coordinate care, help with pre- and post-op education, and manage medications.

Help manage medical care for patients requiring non-orthopedic medical expertise while they are in the hospital.

Are focused on increasing strength and mobility, to help you regain function and range of motion and return to normal functional activities, such as going up and down stairs safely. They will teach you exercises to perform after your joint replacement surgery and show you how to use your walker or crutches properly.

Will teach you how to safely resume daily activities such as bathing, grooming, and dressing. Your OT will also discuss what types of adaptive equipment, such as reachers, sock aids, shower benches, and toilet risers, are best for your particular needs, and teach you how to use them.

Assist with discharge planning and helping you make a smooth transition from the hospital to home or a rehabilitation facility. 

  • Anterior hip replacement
  • Total hip replacement
  • Knee replacement
  • Non-surgical spine treatment
  • Spine surgery
  • Sports medicine

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