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Our team of experts that make up The Child and Young Adult Hip Preservation Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado effectively treat a wide spectrum of hip conditions in children who range in age from newborns to young adults.
By working together as a team, we are able to develop a comprehensive approach to both patient diagnosis and treatment plans that are individually designed for each patient. Here at Children’s we utilize state of the art imaging technology and work with experienced specialists who focus on hip conditions. Our intent is to provide your child with options for pain control, function improvement, and preservation of the hip joint.
At our pediatric and young adult hip program, we believe in teamwork to provide the best care for our patients. Our extensive team includes members from different specialties all dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with hip disorders
• Orthopedic Surgeons
• Physical Therapists
• Physician Assistants
Our team of experts that make up The Child and Young Adult Hip Preservation Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado effectively treat a wide spectrum of hip conditions that may present at any age from birth into early adulthood.
We work very close with the Radiology department who are equipped with cutting edge imaging technology to correct analyze each individual patient and allow for your child’s most appropriate treatment.
Our team approach also includes experts in the field of rehabilitation, physical therapy, rheumatology, anesthesiology and pain specialists to provide the best care of our patients, with or without a surgical intervention.
For more information about our Hip Program, please call (720) 777-6600. We are happy to consult with parents or referring providers before a patient is seen at Children’s Colorado.
Some insurance companies require a referral from a primary care provider before appointments can be arranged. Once a referral is in place, most insurance companies will cover specialty care visits.