CHPG Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Castle Rock Meadows
Giving our Castle Rock patients non-surgical and surgical options close to home.
When you’re seeking orthopedic care that is both professional and compassionate, look no further than Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock. Our expert orthopedic physicians are well prepared to serve you and the Castle Rock community with non-surgical and surgical care for osteoarthritis. We also help heal any condition impacting your hip, knee, spine, shoulder, elbow, hand or wrist.
Care you want, need and deserve.
Have complete peace of mind knowing our physicians have finished their fellowships in orthopedics, meaning they’ve completed comprehensive training in their subspecialty areas beyond their residency. In addition, our specialists are well versed on the latest innovations coming into the orthopedic care fields, such as biologic shoulder resurfacing, partial knee replacement, and custom joint implants—all to give you the care you want, need, and deserve.
Here at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock, our physicians treat traumatic injuries and sports injuries while our spine physiatrist provides excellent evidence-based care for both neck and back pain, including non-opioid pain relief.
We provide immediate care to anyone experiencing orthopedic conditions and spine pain issues along with identifying the precise cause of your pain through excellent imaging and diagnostic procedures. From this point, we assemble the right treatment plan that first looks into non-surgical orthopedic care. If surgery is needed, feel good knowing our doctors will provide you with the very latest in orthopedic and spine procedures, including same-day joint replacement.
If you are interested in learning more about our orthopedic and spine specialists, click on each of their individual profiles and make an appointment. All of us at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock look forward to assisting you in the near future.
Treating knee pain well starts here
You want to enjoy life to the fullest. Knee pain shouldn’t stop you from doing so. From platelet-rich plasma therapy to custom knee replacement surgery, the knee specialists at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock are here to assist you. These experts can provide you with the very latest in innovative treatments. Regardless if your pain happens through trauma, sports injury, or wear and tear, our specialists can guide you back to enjoying the active life you love so much.
Our team of knee specialists are experts in treating knee pain caused by a wide array of conditions, including:
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
- Medial collateral ligament (MCL) injuries
- Meniscus tears or deterioration
- Knee bursitis
- Patellar tendinitis (jumper’s knee)
- Iliotibial band (IT band) syndrome
- Dislocated kneecap
The orthopedic specialists at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock offer comprehensive treatment for knee pain. Using the latest techniques, we will accurately diagnose the cause of your knee pain. Then, our providers will work with you to devise a custom treatment plan. If appropriate, our knee specialists will recommend conservative treatments first, such as physical therapy or injections using corticosteroids or hyaluronic acid.
When surgery is necessary, we offer comprehensive surgical options from ACL repair to total knee joint replacement. Our orthopedic surgeons also offer the latest advancements, such as custom implants, and partial knee replacement. Specialized advanced knee pain treatments offered include:
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)
Certain conditions that cause knee pain may benefit from a new procedure, called platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP). This treatment is used for specific conditions and usually after other non-surgical options have been tried. Our knee specialists will help determine if this procedure is right for you. Treatment, which is done in our physician’s office, begins with an X-ray evaluation to identify the source of pain, and makes sure the patient’s condition will benefit from PRP. The treatment itself is completed in a few minutes, and most patients are able to resume their normal activities the next day.
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock knee specialists include several orthopedic surgeons who specialize in total knee replacement surgery. In addition, some patients may benefit from a specialized option of a custom implant. Using proprietary algorithms, the technology uses images from a CT scan to map your knee and create a 3D model. The software then uses that information to design a customized implant.
Some patients may benefit from robotic-arm assisted joint replacement surgery. This new technology at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital allows our surgeons to transform the way total knee replacements are performed.
Partial Knee Replacement
Our orthopedic knee specialists are among the region’s few surgeons to offer partial knee replacements to patients who are candidates for this alternative to total knee replacement. Our specialists will help determine if you may be a candidate for one of the two types of partial replacement:
- Unicompartmental arthroplasty for the inside or outside of the knee. Most patients go home the same day, versus three or four days for a total knee replacement.
- Patellofemoral arthroplasty to replace the kneecap. Patients typically spend one night in the hospital.
Our orthopedic physicians are highly experienced at a procedure called a partial meniscectomy, that trims or removes the damaged tissue to restore stability and eliminate pain.
Osteonecrosis Bone Disease Treatment
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock doctors provide expert treatment for osteonecrosis. Our orthopedic doctors perform arthroscopic microfracture and core decompression to treat osteonecrosis.
We also offer specialized services for knee pain and knee injuries resulting from sports or activity. Our sports medicine experts have advanced treatment in conditions including ligament tears, including the ACL and MCL injuries, IT band syndrome, and jumper’s knee. We can recommend treatment to relieve the pain as quickly as possible to get you back in action and also prevention measures to help ensure the problem doesn’t occur again.
Use our expert treatment to remove hip pain
Consult with an orthopedic doctor at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock to help prevent any hip pain from slowing you down. Our surgeons here will diagnose the precise source of your pain and even work with you to create a personal treatment plan, including minimally invasive surgical techniques such as anterior hip replacement, labrum tear repair, and hip resurfacing. Let us use our thorough experience to now help you return to living without any nagging pain.
Our team of hip specialists are experts in treating hip pain caused by a variety of conditions, including:
- Hip dysplasia
- Insufficient blood supply (avascular necrosis, or osteonecrosis)
- Labral tear
- Low-back pain
- Strain or sprain
Whether caused by a traumatic injury or life’s wear and tear, hip pain can make regular activities difficult. At Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock, we begin your comprehensive treatment by evaluating the source of your pain to determine the best course of treatment for you. Whenever possible, our orthopedic doctors will begin treatment with non-surgical therapies, including pain medications, hip injections, and physical therapy.
When surgery is necessary, our orthopedic physicians offer a range of innovative surgical options, including:
Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery
We offer hip replacement surgery using the direct anterior approach, which features smaller incisions and generally affords patients a faster discharge from the hospital and a quicker recovery time. Anterior hip surgery is performed through a 3- to 5-inch incision in the front of the hip rather than the more traditional surgery through the back of the hip. The surgeon is able to access the joint between muscles instead of making incisions through the gluteal muscles, which is necessary with the traditional posterior approach. This means patients have less pain and fewer restrictions after surgery.
With the anterior approach to hip replacement surgery, many patients are able to leave the hospital the same day of their surgery. After about three months of recovery, hip replacement patients can return to fully active lives.
Accelerated Recovery Program for Hip Surgery
Our orthopedic physicians have helped develop a hip replacement program that gets patients home faster, with less pain. Through the Accelerated Recovery program, our hip replacement surgeons use minimally invasive surgical techniques, and apply regional blocks instead of general anesthesia. Regional blocks around the joint allow for pain-free surgery without the risks or lingering effects of general anesthesia. Patients in the program start walking and participating in physical therapy the day of surgery, and most go home the day of surgery or the day after.
Benefits of Accelerated Recovery include less pain, swelling, and blood loss; a shorter hospital stay; fewer problems such as blood clots and infections; and a faster return to normal activities.
Hip Joint Resurfacing
In this procedure, rather than replacing the entire hip joint, our orthopedic doctors replace the hip socket with a metal cup, and then reshape the damaged hip ball and cap it with a metal, dome-shaped prosthesis. This procedure benefits younger patients with hip degeneration who want to continue working at physically demanding jobs, or participating in activities that require flexibility.
We also offer specialized services for hip pain and hip injuries resulting from participating in sports or activities. Our sports medicine experts can provide non-surgical treatments as well as surgery for conditions including ligament tears, muscle strains including proximal hip and quadriceps strains, iliotibial (IT) band syndrome, and labral cartilage tears.
Often, a joint or the surrounding structure will be compromised after a sports injury, so our orthopedic doctors also focus on rebuilding strength to prevent future injury.
Shoulder & Elbow
Get the right care for shoulder & elbow pain
There is no reason why you should have to tolerate shoulder or elbow pain. Our expert orthopedic doctors here at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock are more than capable of treating rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder, arthritis, tendinitis, tennis elbow, and all kinds of conditions leading to shoulder or elbow pain. These well-trained specialists provide you with a range of options from non-surgical treatment to state-of-the-art shoulder and elbow surgery, including shoulder replacement, giving you the full comfort you seek.
Our team of orthopedic doctors are experts in treating shoulder and elbow conditions, including:
- Dislocated elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Repetitive throwing injury
- Tendon tear
- Tennis elbow
- Ulnar collateral ligament tear
Our specialists here at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock offer you comprehensive treatment for shoulder and elbow pain. After diagnosing your condition, our orthopedic physicians will develop a customized treatment plan just for you. Whenever possible, we will start with non-surgical treatments such as steroid injections and physical therapy. When surgery is necessary, please rest assured that our orthopedic surgeons offer leading-edge shoulder and elbow surgeries, including many of the latest, proven procedures.
Plasma-Rich Protein Injections
Some conditions that cause shoulder or elbow pain may benefit from platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP). If physical therapy, medications and steroid injections have not helped relieve your pain, your orthopedic doctor may recommend PRP. In this procedure, the patient’s own blood is drawn and platelets, which are known to reduce inflammation and promote healing, are then injected into the affected area. The procedure is usually done on an outpatient basis, and most patients are able to resume their normal activities the next day.
Shoulder Reconstruction Surgery
Our expert orthopedic surgeons can perform shoulder reconstruction procedure arthroscopically, using small incisions that allow tiny instruments to perform precise repair. Arthroscopic shoulder reconstruction is typically performed as an outpatient surgery. Arthroscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive shoulder surgery, offers several benefits, including:
- Smaller incisions
- Less trauma to soft tissue
- Less pain
- Shorter recovery time
- Lowered risk of infection
Some patients may need an open surgical procedure that involves a larger incision over the shoulder to perform the repair.
CT-Guided Shoulder Reconstruction
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock is one of only a handful of practices in the region with orthopedic surgeons who are specially trained to offer shoulder reconstruction surgery using CT imaging. With this leading-edge technology, advanced CT images guide the surgeon to the best possible positioning for the repair, which allows the surgery to provide maximum stability.
Biologic Shoulder Resurfacing
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock shoulder specialists can identify whether a patient is a candidate for this alternative to total shoulder replacement. This procedure preserves the patient’s normal anatomy, essentially replacing worn, arthritic cartilage of the shoulder joint with donor cartilage.
Frozen Shoulder Surgery
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock surgeons are highly experienced in performing arthroscopic surgery to relieve frozen shoulder. During this procedure, tight portions of the shoulder joint capsule are cut via small incisions, with the goal of stretching and releasing the stiffened capsule. Manipulation involves gently moving the shoulder enough to stretch or tear the accumulated scar tissue, increasing range of motion.
Total Shoulder Replacement
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock surgeons will discuss whether a total shoulder replacement is the best option based on a patient's individual condition when the joint is severely damaged by osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic arthritis, or a rotator cuff tear. If surgery is recommended, our surgeons are highly experienced and will provide the highest level of care.
Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement
In certain circumstances, a patient may need a reverse total shoulder replacement to allow other muscles to do the work of the rotator cuff. Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock physicians are leaders in performing reverse total shoulder replacement. Candidates for reverse total shoulder replacement include those who have:
- A completely torn rotator cuff that cannot be repaired
- Joint disease or deterioration caused by a rotator cuff tear
- A previous shoulder replacement that was unsuccessful
- Severe shoulder pain
- A complex fracture of the shoulder joint
- Chronic shoulder dislocation
At Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock we typically perform elbow arthroscopy as an outpatient procedure if we identify that it may relieve symptoms and improve a patient's range of motion.Our orthopedic surgeons also use this procedure to smooth irregular surfaces and remove bone spurs.
Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) Reconstruction
Also known as Tommy John surgery, our surgeons can perform UCL reconstruction, using a healthy tendon from elsewhere in the body, usually an arm or leg, and using it to replace the torn ligament in the shoulder.
We also offer specialized services for shoulder and elbow pain and injuries resulting from sports or activity. Our sports medicine experts have advanced treatment in conditions, including ligament tears, tennis elbow, and golfers elbow. We can recommend treatment to relieve the pain as quickly as possible to get you back in action. In addition, we offer prevention measures to help ensure that you stay injury-free.
Hand & Wrist
Let’s relieve you of hand & wrist pain
Our hands are so important to us. We need them to play sports, cook meals, and comfort the people we love. Yet when our hands, wrists or fingers are dealing with frequent pain from inflammation, repetitive motion or trauma, the simplest tasks can be flat out agonizing. At Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock, our specially trained orthopedic doctors treat hand and wrist pain caused by carpal tunnel, osteoarthritis and other conditions with experience as well as compassion—all to help you on your way back to enjoying all the activities you love doing.
Our team of specialists treat hand and wrist pain caused by a variety of conditions, including:
- Carpal tunnel
- Trigger finger (stenosing tenosynovitis)
- Ulnar tunnel syndrome
- Carpometacarpal (CMC) joint arthritis
The orthopedic specialists at Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock offer comprehensive treatment for hand and wrist pain. We use the latest diagnostic techniques to accurately identify the source of your pain, and work with you to devise a treatment plan that meets your individual needs. Whenever appropriate, our specialists will start with conservative treatments, such as physical therapy or injections using corticosteroids.
When surgery is necessary, our physicians are highly skilled in a variety of advanced surgical techniques to relieve hand and wrist pain, including:
Minimally Invasive Carpal Tunnel Surgery
In this procedure, also referred to as endoscopic carpal tunnel release, our expert orthopedic doctors will use a miniature camera (endoscope) to see inside your hand and wrist in order to divide the transverse carpal ligament and relieve pain on the nerve.
Carpometacarpel Joint Arthritis Surgery
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock hand and wrist specialists provide the following surgeries for joint arthritis:
- Joint fusion (arthrodesis)
- Joint replacement (arthroplasty)
Centura Orthopedics Castle Rock hand and wrist specialists also offer specialized services for hand and wrist injuries resulting from sports or activity. Our sports medicine experts have advanced treatment for a variety of conditions, including finger and wrist sprains and fractures. We can offer treatment to relieve your pain quickly, and follow up with a treatment plan to help prevent future sports injuries.