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Old 12-09-09, 10:34 AM   #1
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Orthopedic surgeon in Colorado Springs?

Friend broke his femur, any recommendations? The original surgury did not go well and now he needs it re-broken and reset.
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Old 12-09-09, 08:26 PM   #2
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Dr. Hugate, Colorado Limb and Preservation Specialists, Denver. They use Pres-St Lukes in Denver, IMHO the top hospital in CO.

This is tricky work, don't mess around with a CS MD, come to Denver. Hugate is the best iwth a great reputation. They don't turn anyone down because of finances.

There is a place near the hospital, owned by St Josephs, where family and friends can stay - cheap.

He just fixed my son's femur, broken in March, but not diagnosed until July.

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