The Colorado Center for Bone Research at Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center is highly regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on Osteoporosis and other rare metabolic bone diseases, including but not limited to: Paget’s disease; kidney bone disease; osteogenesis imperfecta; adult hypophosphatasia; kidney stones; primary hyperparathyroidism; hypoparathyroidism; and atypical lower extremity fractures in young people and those on bisphosphonates. Working under the guidance and the direction of Dr. Paul Miller, the Colorado Center for Bone Research delivers exceptional care for patients so that they may lead happier, stronger and healthier lives.
The Colorado Center for Bone Research has an approach and care philosophy that rests on three tenets: prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Our goal is to evaluate patients at an early stage to prevent complications of osteoporosis. We also employ top technologies to measure bone density to evaluate our patients.
Dr. Miller personally reads all patients’ bone scans to ensure proper diagnosis and management advice.
Finally, Colorado Center for Bone Research patients are provided the most current treatments and medications, as well as, access to resources and information on nutrition, exercise and drug therapies – all with the intent to improve our patients’ quality of life.
In addition to treating our patients, we are committed to advancing the treatment of metabolic bone diseases. We participate in national and international clinical drug trials that enhance the care of our patients now and for generations to come. CCBR has been conducting clinical trials since 1987, and has established a track record for excellence in evaluating new drug therapies and treatment options. It is because of this excellence that the Colorado Center for Bone Research at Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center is on the leading edge of developmental treatments for metabolic bone diseases.