Larry Lee, MD

Orthopedic Surgery located in Lone Tree, CO & Castle Rock, CO

About Larry Lee, MD

Larry Lee, MD, is a neurosurgeon at CarePoint Neurosurgery and Spine in Parker, Yuma, Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, and Lamar, Colorado.

A Boston native, Dr. Lee attended college at Washington University in St. Louis and then medical school in Philadelphia at Drexel University College of Medicine. After an orthopaedic residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, he completed a spine fellowship at the University of Southern California.

Dr. Lee is deeply passionate about restoring quality of life to his patients. He believes that surgery is only one part of treating the patient as a whole person. As a marathoner, he has seen firsthand how injuries can take not just a physical toll but a psychological one as well, so helping a person get back on their feet is the first step on the road to physical and emotional recovery. Surgically, he reviews the latest techniques, including motion preservation, artificial disc replacements, minimally invasive surgical techniques, scoliosis correction, and revision spine surgery.

Dr. Lee was an avid rower during college but transitioned to running and hiking. He has completed multiple marathons since then, and his goal is to climb every 14’er and one day tackle the Boston Marathon and the Kona Ironman.

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Larry Lee, MD, is a neurosurgeon at CarePoint Neurosurgery and Spine in Parker, Yuma, Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, and Lamar, Colorado.

A Boston native, Dr. Lee attended college at Washington University in St. Louis and then medical school in Philadelphia at Drexel University College of Medicine. After an orthopaedic residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, he completed a spine fellowship at the University of Southern California.

Dr. Lee is deeply passionate about restoring quality of life to his patients. He believes that surgery is only one part of treating the patient as a whole person. As a marathoner, he has seen firsthand how injuries can take not just a physical toll but a psychological one as well, so helping a person get back on their feet is the first step on the road to physical and emotional recovery. Surgically, he reviews the latest techniques, including motion preservation, artificial disc replacements, minimally invasive surgical techniques, scoliosis correction, and revision spine surgery.

Dr. Lee was an avid rower during college but transitioned to running and hiking. He has completed multiple marathons since then, and his goal is to climb every 14’er and one day tackle the Boston Marathon and the Kona Ironman.


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