Competitive and recreational athletes of all types and ages receive comprehensive care for sports and related injuries at CU Sports Medicine. We treat athletes across the Front Range, encompassing care for hip & knee, hand, foot & ankle, elbow
& shoulder, and spine. That includes compartment syndrome, sprains and strains, osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and much more.
With radiology and rehabilitation services conveniently located on-site, our orthopedic specialists work alongside these experts, as well as with certified physical therapists, to return patients quickly and safely to their normal activities.
At CU Sports Medicine, patients can have diagnostic tests and a physician's evaluation on the same day in the same location. Our multidisciplinary team has two goals: a timely and accurate diagnosis, and the fastest recovery possible.
|Hand & Wrist||Knee|
|PRP Injections||Pediatric Sports Medicine|
|Joint Preservation||Women's Sports Medicine|
|Foot & Ankle|
Returning our patients to their active lifestyles is our passion. Stories of their recovery and success keep us going.
Read more about their journeys.
News from our patients
Our surgeons are the forefront of Orthopedic Sports Medicine research. We continue to advance the field of orthopedics in our discoveries of the newest treatment options and technological advances in orthopedic care. Here at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus, our surgeons have access to the most extensive research resources and world-class surgical facilities available in Colorado and the nation.
Here at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus we share our discoveries and teach our peers in the field as well as the next generation of orthopedic surgeons.
Learn more about our recent research in Sports Medicine
CU Sports Medicine - Denver
2000 S Colorado Blvd.
Tower One, Suite 4500
Denver, CO 80222
CU Sports Medicine -
Anschutz Medical Campus
1635 North Aurora Court
UCH Outpatient Pavilion
Aurora, CO 80045
CU Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver
175 Inverness Dr W
Englewood, CO 80112
CU Sports Medicine - Lone Tree
9548 Park Meadows Drive
Lone Tree, CO 80124
CU Sports Medicine and
2150 Stadium Drive
Boulder, CO 80309
CU Sports Medicine at
Chief of Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery
I am passionate about taking care of the active individual of all ages. When a competitive or recreational athlete incurs an injury, I relish the opportunity to provide meticulous care in guiding them back to their desired activity through both my operative expertise and my non-operative skills. My devotion to the care of my patients is evident in the following values that guide my practice as well as my colleagues, the team of sports medicine physicians at the University of Colorado: Excellence, Integrity, Teamwork, Professionalism, Respect, Passion, Patient-centered, Leadership, Positivity, Innovation, Compassion, Inspiration. Our mission at CU Sports Medicine is to define and deliver exceptional evidence-based care for the athlete in everyone. We are committed to providing the highest quality professional and ethical care to all patients through the integration of comprehensive education and exceptional musculoskeletal research combined with outstanding care of the patient.
I continue to maintain a very active lifestyle with my family. I enjoy the activities I grew up with in Colorado including hiking, cycling, climbing and skiing. This carries over into my unbridled dedication of returning patients to their desired activity/sport.
Physical therapist Chelsea Holt demonstrates how to do a lateral single leg hop exercise at The Sports Medicine and Performance Center at The University of Colorado Boulder. (Rachel Ellis, The Denver Post)