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Cancers Of The Bone
Orthopedic oncology is handled by the experts in medical oncology at the Intermountain Cancer Center at Intermountain Medical Center. The orthopedic oncology program is highly specialized in treating bone cancers, sarcoma, and tumor-like conditions affecting bone, muscle, fat, and connective tissue. We are here to answer your questions and help you plan your care as you battle cancer. For questions about bone cancer please call “Cancer Answers” at 833.321.3332.
Dr. Jodie Miles is a fellowship-trained sarcoma and musculoskeletal tumor surgeon and is committed to giving you the most advanced and compassionate care possible. Our orthopedic oncology program treats bone cancers and related conditions in both children and adults.
Orthopedic Oncology Conditions We Treat
Bone cancers and sarcoma's come in many different forms. The most common conditions we treat are metastatic cancers — cancers that have spread from their primary location into the bones. These metastatic cancers are especially common in:
- Breast cancer
- Lung cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Thyroid cancer
We also see many forms of primary bone cancer, or cancer that originates in the bone. Common primary bone cancers include.
- Soft tissue sarcomas
- Lymphoma to bone or soft tissues
- Ewing sarcoma
We also treat bone cysts, giant cell tumors, osteoid osteomas, osteochondromas, enchondromas, nonossifying fibromas, chondroblastomas, fibrous dysplasia, lipomas, and hemangiomas.
Bone Cancer Treatments
We perform surgery when needed to either remove the tumor or stabilize the bone affected by the tumor. We also provide nonoperative treatments for tumors that don't require surgery. After meeting with our orthopedic oncology team we will help you determine the best course of action to achieve the best possible results.