Lionel Gottschalk, MD, Orthopedic Surgery

Lionel Gottschalk, MD
Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Lionel Gottschalk is an orthopedic surgeon at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. He specializes in sports medicine, hip preservation and pediatric sports orthopedics. He completed multiple fellowship trainings with the University of Colorado, where he served as a CU team physician, and at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Dr. Gottschalk is a hip preservation specialist, which focuses on repairing and restructuring the labrum in order to avoid hip degenerative disease, or a hip replacement for young, active patients.

During his undergraduate career Dr. Gotschalk was a Rugby National Champion and a two-time NCWA Western Conference Wrestling Champion.

Dr. Gottschalk is committed to providing care that is supported by compassion, innovation and the latest technology. Outside of his medical practice he enjoys spending time in the Colorado outdoors either skiing, rafting or trail running with his two dogs.

Gender Male

Credentials & Awards

Medical Education
University of California San Diego
Residency
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Orthopedics & Orthopedic Surgery
Fellowship
University of Colorado Health Sciences Ctr
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

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Lionel Gottschalk

Lionel Gottschalk, MD

Orthopedic Surgery

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Centura Orthopedics & Spine - Castle Rock
Centura Health Physician Group
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2352 Meadows Blvd, Ste 300
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109-8406
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Centura Orthopedics & Spine - Lone Tree
Centura Health Physician Group
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9695 S Yosemite St, Ste 255B
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124-2890
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