Orthopaedics of Steamboat Springs
Located in Northwest Colorado and Southwest WY, Orthopaedics of Steamboat Springs provides care to the local communities of the Colorado Yampa Valley and Sweetwater WY counties.
Our comprehensive physician team consists of both general and specialty trained orthopaedic surgeons. The practice cares for all problems of the musculoskeletal system, including fractures, tendonitis, arthritis, torn cartilage and ligaments, nerve and pediatric injuries.
At Orthopaedics of Steamboat, our goal is to provide comprehensive treatment for all Orthopaedic conditions in a personal and professional manner. We strive to provide state of the art medical care, with our additional training and modern facilities.
“Playing Hockey has been a great source of enjoyment for me!”
One quick and fateful collision on the ice and I found myself wondering if that enjoyment could continue. From the very beginning, meeting with the Great Team of Professionals at Orthopaedics of Steamboat Springs, P.C. quickly eased my concerns and made a profound difference in my treatment outcome!
—Kimberly Romick, Steamboat Springs
“I am claustrophobic and had previously rubbed my shoulders on the enclosure in the other MRI machines.”
The experience in the Orthopaedics of Steamboat Springs, P.C. extremity MRI was awesome, incredibly comfortable and the image quality was great. I did not need to be sedated to undergo the scan, I received a next day appointment, it was covered by my insurance plan, their MRI has received the American College of Radiology Accreditation which is the gold standard for quality, this is all huge for me, and for everyone else for that matter.
—Brian Smith, Steamboat Springs
The Optima MR 430
The Optima MR 430 is a compact, powerful, 1.5 Tesla extremity MR scanner that delivers precise images of upper and lower extremities (elbow, wrist, hand, finger/thumb, knee, ankle, foot, toe). This machine is conveniently located in our orthopedic office. The Optima MR 430 is compact and provides affordability to patients. Claustrophobia is not a concern since only the affected
anatomy needs to be in the scanner.