CJ Kleck, MD is an expert spine surgeon who specializes in treating adult spine deformity, including conditions like scoliosis and kyphosis that can cause problems with posture.
As Chief of Spine Surgery at the University of Colorado, Department of Orthopedics, he oversees research and education, and mentors young surgeons.
Dr. Kleck is committed to providing personalized care to his patients, tailoring treatment plans to their unique needs. He believes in exploring non-surgical options first and uses the latest techniques to achieve the best possible outcomes.
In his spare time, Dr. Kleck enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.
At the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, we are proud to be a leading center for spinal research and clinical care. Our team works together to discover new treatments, preventative measures, and risk factors for spinal disorders while offering patients the latest and most effective care options. Our focus on excellence and innovation in spine care places us at the forefront of spinal research and clinical care.
The Orthopedic Spine Research and Clinical Trials program is a vital part of our work at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. This program allows us to expand our understanding of spine disorders and develop new treatments. We also train the next generation of spine surgeons and researchers, ensuring that our important work continues for years to come.
Our collaborative approach and unwavering dedication to excellence have earned us a reputation as a valuable resource for patients, clinicians, and researchers alike. By contributing significantly to the field of spinal research and clinical care, we are helping to improve the lives of patients suffering from spinal disorders.