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64 Reviews | Average Rating: 5

5 Stars

Loved the friendly, caring and helpful staff! Very knowledgeable and there to walk you through and answer your questions!
5 Stars

NP Taffs goes above and beyond. My humble gratitude will never expire for the blessings graced from my experiences shared.
5 Stars

I have been seeing Dr Warner for a few months for complicated spine pain that has included multiple minimally invasive procedures. I have been extremely pleased with his care. He has always taken as much time is needed to answer my questions and give me all of the facts. He has never pressured me to go in a certain treatment direction and instead, has guided me to the best treatment option possible. He does a great job communicating with my other doctors to make sure that we are all on the same page. It truly helps that he has been in Denver a while and is deeply connected in the medical community. His office staff is always great as well. I have recommended him to friends and loved ones that are looking for a MIPs specialist.
5 Stars

Dr Cook and his staff did an excellent job in repairing aneurysm. From start to finish, he was professional and caring. I highly recommend him
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My husband had blood clots in his leg and lungs. Dr Cook was kind, informative and thoughtful. And he was the ONLY Doctor out of 3 who responded immediately and talked to me about concerns I had! I still haven't even seen or talked to any of the other doctors at other facilities. Thanks Dr Cook for taking good care of my husband too!
5 Stars

A puddle of tears, I arrived in Dr. Spencer’s office. Not feeling hopeful, but determined. I knew I needed medical care. Traumatized by a system of medicine that undervalues women and their pain, feeling like a medical record transferred from doctor to doctor only to have my story written off as unusual and complex. I was too much and not enough all at the same time. I started wearing compression stockings eight years ago during the pregnancy of my first child. Varicose veins appeared high on my right inner thigh, and I struggled to manage swelling in my legs. A complication of pregnancy, I was told. Fortunate to be pregnant with a second child four years later, the leg swelling and varicose veins returned with vengeance. And this time, pain so severe in my right groin, I routinely put myself on bedrest. Another complication of pregnancy, I was told. After delivery of my second child, with gnarly varicose veins and a purple-colored right foot, I started seeking medical treatment. Suspicious of something deep in my pelvis, I requested imaging of more than my legs. Nothing abnormal found. I started vein treatments on my legs. But, the twisted blue-green veins kept coming back. In addition to the painful veins, I had heavy menstrual bleeding, and among other symptoms, a bloated heaviness in my pelvis that was getting worse. I journeyed through eight doctors in four years, finding myself awake on an operating table twice for a pelvic venogram in which I was called to identify my pain to justify treatment. Shaken and dispirited, I came to Dr. Spencer with both ovarian veins embolized due to severe pelvic venous disease. My pelvic symptoms persisted. And, a lover of Yoga, I often complained of sacral pain radiating down my left leg. I started to resist stepping onto my mat because it simply had become too painful. I was always enough and never too much for Dr. Spencer and her team. They spent hours listening to my tale, pouring over medical records, viewing and re-reviewing imagining. During my procedure with Dr. Spencer, she identified the root of my problems: A severe May-Thurner pinch. Dr. Spencer placed a stent in my left iliac vein to resolve the pinch and treated the remaining venous insufficiency in my legs. Dr. Spencer and her team gave me wings.
5 Stars

I had been in the hospital in Texas for two weeks with no hope, then I went to Denver and everything changed. The people, nurses, the hospital, the doctors - everyone had a positive attitude. They made me feel so good! I’ve never been treated that well my whole life! Every person was nothing but kind, sweet, and positive. Then Dr. Spencer said, “We’re going to get it! You don’t have to worry about it. You are the worst case that I’ve ever seen, but I’ve done this for 20 years. I’m not alone. God will help me. I’m going to push back a couple of patients - you are a man full of life and we need to take care of you right now!” The pain went away just by hearing her talk, and from the kindest of everyone around me.

I have my whole life back! I work on the road and meet a lot of people and I want to tell everyone about Dr. Spencer, Littleton Hospital and all the people that work there. I will be 62 next year and want to retire to NC. I want to listen to the waves and swim like a fish! Dr. Spencer…she knows her medicine! She is really amazing! I don’t have any more words to describe how I feel about her. Sometimes, she just calls to check on me and says, ‘How are you doing?’ – I feel like I’m someone special.

5 Stars

I had a growth on my kidney and was told I would need to have a major operation and half of my kidney would need to be removed. Dr. Spencer ended up going in and freezing the thing, and I was out of there in 6 hours, with my entire kidney.

5 Stars

Dr Spencer and her whole team are amazing!! I recently had a second procedure performed by Dr Spencer. Everything went so smoothly and the level of care and compassion was the best!!! Dr Spencer has saved me from many years of pain

5 Stars

Dr. Warner is very kind and patient. He is concerned with the whole person, not just there to complete a procedure. Dr. Warner is very thorough and for me he suggested that he refers me to two other specialists. Dr. Warner has completed an outpatient hospital procedure on me and I have a clinic procedure to be completed. MIP staff very nice.
Laura S.

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