Highly Specialized Care. Distinctly Caring Surgeons.
While the field is technical and extraordinarily complex, our surgeons have a unique ability to connect with patients. They believe in caring for people with diseases and conditions—not just the diseases and conditions themselves. Due to the nature of necessary treatments, our team often works with patients for many years-- from consultations and surgery through recovery and maintenance. The team develops deep relationships with each patient while providing patient autonomy in every decision with the patient’s goals always front of mind.
Colorado Limb Consultants (CLC) are also active in the field, participating in research, The Limb Preservation Foundation and being vital members of the Institute for Limb Preservation. CLC is affiliated with Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, HCA/HealthONE and the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute.
A patient's treatment team may include a broad spectrum of services and specialists such as:
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Infectious disease specialists
- Vascular surgeons
- Nurse navigators
- Physical / occupational therapy
- Physical medicine and rehab specialists
- Musculoskeletal pathologists
- Radiation oncologist
- Plastic surgeons
- Medical oncologist
who partner with Colorado Limb Consultants to provide comprehensive patient care.
Our patients have access to a broad spectrum of services and specialists who partner with Colorado Limb Consultants to provide comprehensive patient care and optimal patient outcomes.
Daniel Lerman, MD
Cynthia Kelly, MD
Specializes in the care of bone and soft tissue tumors, limb reconstruction after tumor removal, bone healing problems and osteonecrosis (avascular necrosis).
David Hahn, MD
Specializes in the care of adult and pediatric patients with Foot/ankle, Deformity, Fracture Non-Union, Bone Infection.
Colorado Limb Consultants News and Events
Prosthesis allows father to walk while holding hands with daughter
Apr 05, 2021
After years in a wheelchair, Assaf is thrilled to be walking with a new artificial leg thanks to Dr. Daniel Lerman.
View information about ongoing construction on the campus of Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.
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