At the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, we are committed to excellence and changing the current orthopedic landscape and treatment options by utilizing stem cells and platelets as an alternative to surgery. That mission is accomplished through peer-review publications, instruction in the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation courses, lecturing at national and local conferences, and a fellowship program that allows physicians who have completed their residency to spend an additional year of focus and concentration on stem cell and platelet treatment options.
A level of excellence and motivation is present at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic. We motivate each other, our staff, and patients, acknowledging that when we inspire others, change can occur. Dreams can be achieved.
Olivia , a Colorado native, suffered significant tragedy while at Pomona High School in Arvada, CO, which she overcame, and she went on to be the valedictorian of her graduating class. She was inspired to volunteer in multiple medical settings, both here in Colorado and overseas. Olivia worked as a phlebotomist from 6 to 8 a.m. daily at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic while studying molecular, cellular, and developmental biology and biochemistry at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
This week Olivia was accepted into the MD/PhD program at the University of Indiana. She is the third Centeno-Schultz Clinic employee to gain admission to medical school. Andrew Coreyea and Shawn Thayer preceded Olivia in their admission to medical school. We are very proud of all our very dedicated and committed employees.