We are a group of talented Multispecialty Surgeons serving Pueblo Colorado. We are committed to our community to provide exceptional surgical care and making the latest treatment options available to our patients. We are 9 surgeons who are experts in various surgical areas: Advanced Gastrointestinal Surgery, Colorectal surgery, Breast Surgery, Hernia Surgery, Trauma, Endocrine Surgery, Bariatric Surgery and Acute Care Surgery.
Losing weight is hard, and you are not alone. More than one-third (about 78 million) of all adults in the United States are obese.
Obesity is a treatable medical condition. Bariatric surgery can help you regain your health and energy through weight loss, and can dramatically change your life.
Bariatric Surgery affects multiple parts of your life, it is more than just an operation. We have a full team of specialists including surgeons, dietitians, psychologists, physical therapists and support staff to help you through your journey.
Advance Gastrointestinal Surgery & Endocrine Surgery
We are the only group in Southern Colorado with three Advanced Gastrointestinal Surgery trained surgeons.
We provide high quality treatment for diseases such as Esophageal Cancer, Achalasia, Hiatal Hernias, Acid Reflux Disease, Gastric Cancer, Colon Cancer, Rectal Cancer, Rectal Prolapse, Hemorrhoids and many other benign pathologies of the Gastrointestinal tract.
Our surgeons are also experts in Minimally Invasive Surgery of solid organs such as adrenal gland, pancreas, and spleen.
Partnering with Parkview Medical Center we have one of the busiest robotic centers in Colorado. Our group performs over 200 robotic general surgery procedures yearly.
This novel minimal invasive approach allows patients to heal faster and with less pain.
We treat diseases such as Colon Cancer, Hernias, Acid Reflux, and many more.
We are committed to providing the best surgical care to our community through the latest available technologies.
Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Our team provides 24 hrs surgical coverage for the region’s certified level II Trauma Center at Parkview Medical Center.
We provide highly specialized emergent surgical care such as:
- Acute diverticulitis
- Emergent Hernia repair
- Gallbladder surgery
If you need medical attention, call us at the botton bellow
Colon and Rectal Surgery is the division of medicine concerned with surgery performed on the intestinal tract, pelvic wall, sacrum, rectum, anus and perianal areas.
The Colon and Rectal surgeons of the Oregon Clinic use sophisticated, minimally invasive surgical techniques, including robotic-assisted rectal surgery, to treat a wide range of colorectal problems from removing cancerous growths to treating inflammatory bowel disease.
Colon surgery is recommended to remove tumors, large or hard to reach polyps or diverticula that are causing severe symptoms. In some cases, surgery is necessary to determine whether a growth is cancerous.
The surgical procedure recommended depends upon the extent of tumor involvement and the location of the cancer. For example, some rectal cancers are very small and limited to the surface of the rectal lining. Other cancers have grown through the entire rectal wall and are adherent (stuck) to nearby structures and organs, such as the abdominal or pelvic wall, the sacrum, the bladder, or the prostate gland.
An important part of a woman’s overall health and well-being is breast care. It’s common to have breast concerns, which can include: skin changes, breast lump, a change in breast tissue, breast pain, nipple discharge or something else.
At Sangre de Cristo Surgical Associates we offer a wide range of surgical breast services and work in conjunction with your Primary Care Physician along with other specialties to provide the most advanced and effective treatments against breast diseases.
Contact our office and request an appointment if you are experiencing any of the mentioned syntoms
Hernias are very common and they can cause incapacitating symptoms. At Sangre de Cristo Surgical Associates we specialize in Minimally Invasive Surgery as well as traditional approaches for hernia treatment
Not all hernias need surgery. Schedule a consultation today to discuss with one of our hernia experts your surgical and non-surgical options for your hernia
We have 6 surgeons who perform upper, lower and interventional endoscopy.
Colonoscopies are recommended for patients 50 years or older for the early detection and prevention of Colorectal Cancer.