CU Sports Medicine Center
Call us at (720) 848-8200 for appointment information
Our Philosophy of Care
Active people of all ages get injured from time to time. At CU Sports Medicine, we treat both competitive and recreational athletes for sports and related injuries.
Our experienced doctors provide comprehensive care for wide range of injuries. With radiology and rehabilitation services conveniently located on-site at our Colorado Center location, orthopedic specialists work with radiologists, certified athletic trainers, and physical therapists to return patients quickly and safely to their normal activities.
Our patients receive diagnostic tests and a physician's evaluation on the same day in the same location. We want to get you back on the go as quickly and safely as possible.
Featuring a sports med program for women
Our CU Women's Sports Medicine program is the only sports medicine program specifically for women in the state.
Conditions we treat
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We provide comprehensive care for the full range of sports injuries affecting the hip and knee, hand, foot and ankle, elbow and shoulder, and spine. Specific conditions include:
Services we offer
State-of-the-Art Rehabilitation Treatment and Techniques
- Musculoskeletal problems
- Specialized back and neck treatments
- Specialized training in preventative techniques
- Advanced surgical techniques
Advanced Surgical Techniques
Arthroscopic Procedures for:
- Shoulder (Rotator Cuff, Instability)
- Cartilage Restoration
- Meniscus Repair and Transplantation
- Ligament Reconstruction
3.0T MRI at the Colorado Center
CU Sports Medicine uses 3.0T MRI technology to offer the highest level of imaging available for earlier diagnosis of a variety of medical conditions, with a special focus on orthopedic and spine imaging.
This allows our fellowship-trained radiologists to identify potential problems and provide you with more information for a more accurate diagnosis.
Designed for patient comfort
The 3.0T MRI is more patient friendly, as the patient opening is the most compact "short bore" of any 3.0T system available. This makes it particularly accommodating for imaging limbs in sports-related cases.
Learn more: University of Colorado Hospital Imaging at the Colorado Center
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