|Team Approach to Extremities at Risk|
The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk is a team of medical professionals who specialize in management and treatment of conditions and diseases that place people at risk of losing an extremity. In existence for over 20 years, this group has established itself as the Rocky Mountain region's premier medical community to evaluate and treat persons at risk for amputation due to trauma or disease.
Our group brings together important components of patient care:
|Denver Clinic Research|
|Social Work Services|
|Limb Preservation Foundation|
|Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center|
|Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children @ P/SL|
|Denver Clinic Newsletters|
|Ross M. Wilkins, MD|
Ross Wilkins, MD founded the Institute for Limb Preservation with the late Dr. Tom Arganese in 1989 and now presides as Co-Medical Director for the re-named Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk. He received a master's degree in cellular biology from the University of Colorado and his medical degree from Wayne State University. Following his postgraduate training at the University of Colorado, he completed a fellowship in orthopaedic oncology at the Mayo Clinic.