Best 30 Orthopedic Doctors in Denver, CO with Reviews - YP.com
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10/05/2017
By: Bryan P.
Denver-Vail Orthopedics PC
Dr. Cary Motz was great but from there the business feel on it's ass. I tried for four straight days to schedule a surgery, no one called me back and every time I had to go through voice mail HELL. The staff doesn't seam to care. I am looking for a new surgeon.
10/29/2013
By: Tanya J.
Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists PC
Great Facility. Awesome doctors and staff. Would recommend you go and see them.
05/02/2013
By: artsavvy72
Dr. Davis K Hurley, MD
Excellent provider. No wait!!
04/16/2013
By: artsavvy72
Dr. James D Ferrari, MD
Dr. Ferrari and his staff are excellent. He is by far one of the best surgeons I have ever had.
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Orthopedic surgeons attend four years of medical school, then four to five years of orthopedic residency in a hospital. They must also be licensed and certified in orthopedic surgery by the state in which they practice.
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The cost of a visit to an orthopedic surgeon depends on the type of tests ordered and treatment given. For example, an MRI costs $500-$1,300. An initial consultation costs $100- $500, while anesthesia for a procedure generally ranges from $2,000-$4,000. Overall, an orthopedic surgery can cost anywhere from $15,000 to $30,000.
During a consultation or first appointment with an orthopedic surgeon, the practitioner will ask the patient a variety of questions to understand the situation. The surgeon might ask about the patient's pain levels, medical history, and any prior injuries. Then, the surgeon will administer a physical exam and possibly schedule tests to better understand the problem. Possible tests include a stress test, x-ray, or MRI.

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