Dr. Renatta Osterdock came to Denver in February of 2008 from Loma Linda University where she served as the Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery and Medical Director of the Pediatric Neuroscience Center from 2001 to 2007. She has been internationally recognized for her role in leading the team that separated the Craniopagus Twins at Loma Linda.
Since she has been in Denver, Dr. Osterdock has worked closely with the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children to establish multi-disciplinary centers to care for children with complex disorders including Craniosynostosis, Spina Bifida and Spinal Disorders, Spasticity, and Chiari Malformations. She also works closely with the maternal-fetal program to help coordinate care for mothers and infants with congenital malformations and diagnoses.
Outside the office, she is the proud mother of “Brooks” and “Katie”. Being a new mom has reinforced the importance of the care she provides to other children and the joys of watching kids thrive and grow. She also enjoys whitewater kayaking and downhill skiing or anything in the Colorado outdoors.
Dr. Osterdock has also been involved in volunteer medical mission work in Thailand, China, Vietnam, and Chile and has an active interest in improving neurosurgical care for children on an international level.
Dr. Osterdock has appeared on NBC Dateline and MSNBC reports as well as other Nationally televised programs reflecting her profound work experiences and passion for serving the community through her expertise.