Orthopedic Oncology


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When getting diagnosed and treated for a bone tumor, it’s imperative to get accurate, compassionate care that not only treats the tumor, but sets your mind at ease, as well. The orthopedic oncology physicians at BICMD are experts at diagnosing and treating all types of tumors of the bones, both cancerous and benign, including adamantinomas, chondrosarcomas, PVNS, and metastatic bone disease.

If you’ve seen another doctor who has diagnosed you with bone cancer or noncancerous bone tumor, you’re likely to want to get a second opinion just to be sure. That’s why our orthopedic oncologists provide online oncology consultations, so you can get the information you need more quickly, without even leaving the house.

Via video telemedicine call or over the phone, our specialists will review all your medical records including imagery and x-rays, discuss your options with you,


and help you make a decision about your orthopedic oncology care that you can feel totally confident about. Treating bone cancer and benign tumors should always focus on providing care that leaves the patient not only physically healthier, but emotionally healthy, as well.

On-demand orthopedic oncology telemedicine

BICMD is committed to providing compassionate, top-quality medical care to patients all over the country - quickly and efficiently. You should never have to wait weeks for an appointment! That’s why we connect you to the private orthopedic oncology specialist of your choice quickly, so you can get the care you need sooner and get back to your active life.

Conditions We Treat


An adamantinoma is a rare cancerous tumor of the tibia that usually occurs in adolescents and young adults whose bones have not yet stopped growing. Adamantinomas are capable of spreading and require surgery to remove. Fewer than 1% of all cancerous tumors of the bone are adamantinomas. These slow-growing tumors are typically found in the tibia, but they can also affect the fibula and have even been found in the bones of the arms, ribs, spine, pelvis and foot. Adamantinomas are aggressive, and they may even spread to soft tissues if not addressed promptly.


Chondrosarcomas are malignant tumors that usually begin in the bones but can spread to other anatomical soft tissue in the vicinity of the origination area. Chondrosarcomas are typically found in the pelvis, hip and shoulder. The thing that makes these tumors unique is that their cells produce cartilage. Chondrosarcomas can be fast or slow-growing. Surgical removal of the tumor is the typical treatment.

Ewing’s sarcoma

Ewing’s sarcoma is a rare type of bone cancer that is most common in children and teenagers. Ewing’s sarcoma often begins in the bones of the leg and pelvis, though it can sometimes start in the soft tissues of the limbs, chest, and abdomen, as well. Surgery to remove the sarcoma as well as chemotherapy and radiation therapy are the standard treatment for Ewing’s sarcoma.

Pigmented Villanodular Synovitis

Pigmented villonodular synovitis or PVNS is a condition characterized by the thickening of the synovium, which is the thin layer of tissue that lines all the joints and tendons in the human body. Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis tumors that develop from this thickening are not cancerous, and they do not spread to other parts of the body. Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis typically affects the knee, but it may also appear in other joints of the body like the hip. Surgery is almost always necessary to remove a Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis tumor.
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Metastatic bone disease

Metastatic bone disease is cancer that begins in another organ such as the breast, prostate, lungs, or kidneys and then spreads to the bones. Not all cancers spread easily to the bones. Metastatic bone disease causes pain in the area of the bone tumors. It also puts the patient at greater risk of breaks and fractures, as the metastatic tumors weaken the structures of the bones.
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Osteosarcoma is a type of bone cancer that most often affects children and teens whose bones are still into growth and development stage. The malignant osteosarcoma cells produce irregular bone tissue. The tumors usually develop at the end of long bones such as the tibia, fibula and femur in the legs and the ulna, radius and humerus in the arms, but they can appear anywhere in the body. Treatment for osteosarcoma involves surgically removing the tumor and then undergoing chemotherapy.
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Don’t see your condition listed?

The list above contains some of our most commonly seen orthopedic oncology conditions, but it is by no means exhaustive. Our providers are orthopedic oncology specialists that handle the same wide variety of conditions and tumors that an in-person specialist would. If you don’t see your specific orthopedic tumor condition listed above, the providers at BICMD are still available to bring their vast expertise to your treatment.

Who are our providers?

Our elite team of hand, wrist and elbow specialists and physicians are licensed, board-certified, and specially trained to provide upper extremity consults via telemedicine. Our doctors include some of the most reputable orthopedic specialists in the country.

With degrees from some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the United States and abroad, our doctors have also completed distinguished medical residences and are prominent leaders in their fields. Many are members of prominent medical boards, and all have extensive experience in the care of hand, wrist and elbow conditions. A number of our doctors are also involved in cutting-edge medical research programs, as well.


When dealing with tumors and cancers of the bone it may be necessary to receive subsequent care at a center of excellence. BICMD experts work at these regional centers of excellence and we can match you with the best orthopedic expert in your particular geographic area.

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