MPH Specialty Clinic970.887.58001000 Granby Park Drive, SouthGranby, CO 80446
Middle Park Health Orthopedics provides specialized services for treating conditions of the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle, and foot. Through our Granby specialty clinic, patients have access to excellent orthopedic care. Community members can visit this location to receive diagnosis and treatment for acute injuries as well as chronic conditions such as back pain and arthritis.
Services We Offer
The orthopedic surgeons at MPH provide holistic care for the health problems of the musculoskeletal system. Your muscle and bone doctor will develop a personalized treatment plan for each patient to help preserve mobility and limit the progression of acute and chronic conditions such as:
- Cancer affecting the bones or spine
- Bowleg, clubfoot, and other limb abnormalities
- ACL tears, tendonitis, sprains, and other ligament and tendon injuries
- Chronic back and joint pain
- Muscle strains
- Broken bones
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated discs and other spinal cord injuries
- Tennis elbow
- Joint dislocation
When making a diagnosis requires imaging services, you can get the tests you need right here at MPH- Granby Campus. Our hospital offers X-rays, MRI scans, discography, computed tomography, bone scans, and arthrograms.
Often, orthopedic practitioners start with conservative measures to treat symptoms affecting the musculoskeletal system. These often include:
- Lifestyle changes such as nutrition and physical activity
- Medications to reduce pain and swelling such as anti-inflammatory drugs, corticosteroids, and prescription or over-the-counter pain medications
- Immobilization techniques such as casts, splints, and braces to promote healing
- Stretches and exercises to improve mobility, range of motion, flexibility, and strength
Rehabilitation after a surgery or injury strives to help the patient regain mobility, range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Middle Park Health- Granby Campus offers the full scope of physical and occupational rehabilitation, including custom splints, cupping, dry needling, spine stabilization, joint mobilization, wrist and hand therapy, rehab for sports injuries, vestibular therapy, fall prevention, orthotics, total joint therapy, concussion management, aquatic therapy, and chronic pain management.
When non-surgical treatments do not help improve an orthopedic condition, our team may recommend surgery. Some of the most common orthopedic surgery procedures include:
- Release surgery, which relieves nerve pressure for patients who have carpal tunnel syndrome
- Soft tissue repair to treat damage to tendons, ligaments, and muscles
- Osteotomy, in which the surgeon adjusts part of a bone to address arthritis or another bone condition, such as bunion or hammertoe
- Spinal fusion, which involves grafting two bones so they fuse together
- Internal fixation used to hold bones in place with hardware while they heal
- Joint replacement to remove and restore damaged or diseased joints, such as the shoulder, knee, or hip
- Cartilage repair or resurfacing
Some procedures require traditional open surgery while others may improve with minimally invasive procedures.
Middle Park Health- Granby Campus, which opened in 2013, offers comprehensive orthopedic services in addition to a family practice clinic and full-service hospital with lab services, injury, rehabilitation, and surgery. You’ll find orthopedic services at our Specialty Clinic at 1000 Granby Park Drive South north of the Granby Ranch tourist attraction. Middle Park Health Granby Campus is across the street from Mountain Life Fitness and Littletree Inn.
MPH’s orthopedic Physician Assistant, Jason McKown is present throughout the week, our partners at Vail-Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery visit throughout the month to provide consultations and utilize MPH’s state-of-the-art operating room to treat patients. Dates and locations of clinics for each specialty physician are published monthly in local newspapers and are available here on our Specialty Clinic Calendar.
Why Choose Us
You can visit the orthopedic team at Middle Park Health if you have joint or bone symptoms that limit your mobility and daily activities, such as numbness, tingling, swelling, stiffness, swelling or pain. We can also provide care after an acute injury such as a broken bone, tear, strain or sprain. Orthopedic surgeons complete several years of specialized residency and fellowship in bones, muscles, and joints beyond medical school. Some pursue additional subspecialties such as trauma surgery, sports medicine, foot and ankle, shoulder and elbow, hand, knee and hip, and spine.
MPH was proud to announce the addition of our total joint program in 2018 offering total joint replacements. This is just one aspect of our continued growth, which represents our commitment to providing our community with a complete array of high-quality health care services.
When you have an illness or injury that requires the care of multiple specialists, your MPH orthopedic surgeon will work directly with your other physicians to provide continuity of care. Other specialties located in Granby include cardiology, dermatology, nutrition, urology, obstetrics, gynecology, podiatry, and gastroenterology.
Our dedication to the patient experience is exemplified by our receipt of a Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Patient Experience Award in 2019 for our emergency department services, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As a patient here, you’ll find that each and every provider and staff member displays our core values of PRIDE: passion, respect, integrity, dedication, and excellence.
If you’re struggling with pain or loss of mobility, help is available. Contact our Middle Park Health Granby Campus today to schedule your appointment with our experienced orthopedic team. You can also visit the walk-in clinic or the emergency department for orthopedic care after an acute injury, such as a sports injury or auto accident.
Middle Park Health Announces New Orthopaedic Partnership with Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery
Middle Park Health (MPH) is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery (VSON) to deliver superior orthopaedic care to Grand County residents and visitors by facilitating the continued growth of MPH’s orthopaedics program.
Middle Park Health’s vision is to provide high-quality, viable healthcare to our community. With this new partnership, MPH will continue to offer orthopaedic services treating shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, spine, and foot conditions, with a dynamic team of renowned specialists.
VSON’s surgical team brings comprehensive experience in all facets of orthopaedic medicine. Their physicians are among the most experienced fellowship-trained doctors in sports medicine and orthopaedic surgery. In-fact, six of their doctors serve the prestigious US Ski Team.
Treatment options will include joint injections, ligament reconstruction, joint replacements, orthopaedic trauma, and treatment of sports injuries.
Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery has served the Summit and Eagle County communities for over 40 years, currently offering orthopaedic services at their clinics in Frisco, Vail, and Edwards.
“We could not be more excited about the partnership between Middle Park Health and Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery,” said John Polikandriotis, CEO of VSON.
“It was important for us to find an orthopaedic partner who brings the most experienced providers in the field, an outstanding reputation, community values, and a true desire to provide exemplary care to our county,” said Derek Ortner, COO of Middle Park Health. “We are fortunate to have found a partner that will bring the highest-trained specialists to Grand County. As Grand County’s comprehensive healthcare system, it is essential for us to bring the caliber of providers that VSON has to offer.”
As a starting point to the partnership, MPH and VSON are actively recruiting for an orthopaedic surgeon who will live and work in Grand County full-time. In addition, VSON surgeons will be visiting the Middle Park Health-Granby Campus regularly to provide sub-specialty services.
“We are excited to enter into this new partnership to provide a wide range of orthopaedic and sports medicine services to our community residents and visitors. VSON shares our vision of providing top quality care, close to home,” said Jason Cleckler, CEO of MPH.
Please join us in welcoming Vail Summit Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery to the Grand County community.