CU Medicine Orthopedics
Broomfield875 W. 136th Ave Broomfield, CO 80023
CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center
Boulder2150 Stadium Drive 2nd Floor, Boulder, CO 80309
Clinical Interest for Patients
Orthopedic upper extremity injuries and disorders.
Amy K. Fenoglio, M.D. is board certified orthopedic surgeon and fellowship-trained specialist in hand and upper extremity surgery. She is an Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Colorado with a clinical practice located in the northern Denver regions of Broomfield and Boulder. Her care philosophy is to provide a patient-centered approach that combines communication, compassion, and evidence-based medical decision making.
- Hand Surgery
Conditions & Treatments
Hand, Wrist fractures
Bones, Joints and Muscles
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupuytren's Disease, Osteoarthritis of the Hand, Trigger Finger
Interests & Activities
As an outdoors enthusiast, I am thrilled to be a part of the Colorado community. In my spare time, I can most often be found exploring the mountains with my 120-lb Bernese mountain dog.
Education & Training
MD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (2010)
BS, Indiana University–Bloomington (IN) (2005)
Yale-New Haven Medical Center Program (2016)
University of Utah Medical Center Program (2017)
Shriners Hospital for Children (Northern California) (2018)
American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH), Candidate Member
ASSH Young Leaders Steering Committee, Committee Member
Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society, Resident/Fellow Member
Referral Contact Phone
Clinical Interests for Referring Providers
Dr. Fenoglio is a board certified and fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon who specializes in musculoskeletal conditions affecting the hand, wrist, forearm, and elbow. She treats upper extremity conditions including fractures, dislocations, tendon injuries, nerve injuries, vascular injuries, arthritis of the hand/fingers/wrist, peripheral nerve disorders such as carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, Dupuytren's disease, and many other common surgical and non-surgical problems affecting the hand through elbow.