Children's Hospital Colorado
Dr. Julie Wilson of the Sports Medicine Center at Children's Hospital Colorado.

Julie Wilson, MD

Pediatrics, Sports Medicine
Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries

Pediatrics, Sports Medicine


Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries

Meet Julie Wilson, MD

My philosophy of care is a commitment to my patients and their families to deliver care that is supported by the highest order of compassion, innovation, science, and technology.
2011 Board certification in pediatric sports medicine
2015 AMSSM Young Investigator Grant

"Helping athletes understand the difference between the things we can push and the things that aren't safe to push through is a big part of my job."

- Dr. Julie Wilson

Get to know her background

I enjoy taking care of patients from childhood through adolescence for the care of injuries related to sports and other physical activities. I treat concussions, sprains/strains, joint injuries including dislocations, fractures, and overuse injuries. I also consult regarding the impact of medical conditions on sports participation and exercise.

Undergraduate 2003

Saint Vincent College (PA)

Medical School 2007

University of Michigan Medical School

Residency 2010

University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program, Pediatrics

Fellowship 2011

Nationwide Children's Hospital/Ohio State University Program, Pediatric Sports Medicine

South Campus, Highlands Ranch

1811 Plaza Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
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Outpatient and Urgent Care at Uptown, Denver

1830 Franklin Street
Denver, CO 80218
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Orthopedic Care, Centennial

9094 East Mineral Avenue, Suite 110
Centennial, CO 80112
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For Patients:
My research interests include evaluating new ways to diagnosis, treat and prevent concussions.
For Referring Providers:
My current research interests are in the area of pediatric concussions. I have completed a project evaluating the efficacy of a cervical strengthening program in adolescent athletes, which may be used as an injury risk reduction program for concussion. We have also investigated qEEG technology as an objective measure of cognitive function in the setting of pediatric concussion. I am also designing projects with other colleagues looking at the impact of early aerobic exercise in pediatric concussion recovery and methods of reducing future musculoskeletal injuries after concussion.