Tyler R. Bron, MD

Tyler R. Bron, MD

Dr. Bron was born and raised in Kansas City. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Kansas. He met his wife, Dr. Mindy Bron, an OBGYN, while in medical school. They both developed a love for Colorado through many visits over the years, and decided to start their practices in Colorado Springs. Dr. Bron’s family lives in nearby Gunnison and Castle Rock, making the move to “the Springs” an easy transition. Some of his interests include hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and spending time in the great outdoors with his wife, family, friends, and dogs.

Dr. Bron has completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction, specializing in the treatment of arthritic hip and knee conditions.  He received specialized training in dealing with complex problems of the hip and knee while attending the University of Colorado. He has a particular interest in the treatment of hip arthritis through a minimally invasive anterior approach and rapid rehab tourniquet free knee replacement procedures.  Dr. Bron is one of the few physicians in Southern Colorado to use a CT guided Robotic arm to assist in Total Knee Replacements. 

 

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Education & Training

Fellowship

Adult Reconstruction Fellowship, University of Colorado, Aurora, CO

Residency

Orthopedic Surgery, University of Kansas, Wichita, KS

Medical School

University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, KS

Undergraduate

BS Biochemistry, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

 

Philosophy of Care

“I believe the best clinical outcome is achieved when you listen to your patients and have an open, comfortable dialogue between patient and surgeon to determine the treatment goals to meet each patient’s needs. I strive to be available to my patients and to provide as much information about their condition and treatment as possible.  As a general principle, I like to exhaust all conservative measures when appropriate and proceed to surgery only when necessary. I will take care of my patients the same way I would expect another provider to take care of my family.”

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