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Breast Health

Breast Health

In Denver

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A woman’s breasts can undergo significant changes over time, making them more susceptible to breast cancer and other health problems. Knowing what is normal for your breast can help you to detect signs of changes that require special attention and medical attention. Although there are many different types of breast health problems, such as cancer, breast disease and breast surgery, there is one aspect of breast care that every woman should know and care about.

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are unsure how to proceed with treatment, you can consult our second opinion program. Your doctor will discuss your medical and surgical treatment options with the care specialists who have diagnosed breast cancer. Breast cancer experts will answer your questions about your breast health, breast diseases and options for breast surgery.

If you want to make your visit even more productive, you can contact your doctor free of charge. In addition to scheduling your annual mammogram, you should take a bone density test to ensure that your bones are healthy and ready for the next step in your health journey.

If you choose to join us, you can work with our board – certified breast radiologists and breast health specialists – to create a personalized treatment plan for your specific situation. We count on the expertise of our highly respected board-certified, non-profit breast strastradiologists who apply their years of training, skills and experience in interpreting breast imaging outcomes to the treatment of breast cancer and other health conditions. We offer a dynamic, multidisciplinary team approach, with a team of doctors supervised by a registered radiologist, providing women with access to a wide range of diagnostic and treatment options, from mammograms to breast exams, breast surgery and more.


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Updated Visitor Policy

Due to a decrease in COVID-19 cases in Colorado, we have updated our visitor policy to allow one masked visitor per patient. All patients and visitors must wear a face covering.

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