Nutrition Script's certified holistic nutrition therapist helps clients tackle their dietary goals with a variety of services that range from brief consultations to grocery store tours. No matter what treatment is employed, it's always customized to fit the individual. For instance, the 12-session "Personal Food Journey," which aims to teach clients about good nutrition, can involve food journals, meal plans, and in-depth discussions, whatever works best for the individual. Nutrition Script’s therapist can even restock pantries in order to remove items standing between clients and good health, such as a giant marshmallow man perched atop a bag of apples.
Annie Stiefel has a long history of helping people. Her career includes practicing emergency medicine as an EMT in Denver and teaching health and science at local community colleges. She brings over 30 years of these health-oriented experiences to Longmont Acupuncture. Today, the licensed and nationally board-certified acupuncturist uses traditional Chinese medicine to alter the way in which the body perceives pain. Though she draws on more than three decades of her own medical experience, Annie understands the importance of collaborating with patients to identify their imbalances and prescribe the appropriate solutions. These solutions may include acupuncture, cupping, auricular therapy, and micro-current stimulation to the ear.
After receiving his MBA and a doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Chris Tomshack opened his own practice. But one wasn't enough. He needed a real challenge, so he opened two more—all while studying the successes of other industries. With this knowledge and experience stowed safely in his hippocampus's glovebox, he eventually launched his own nationwide franchise: HealthSource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab.
Today, his chiropractors work alongside massage therapists and rehab experts as they craft custom action plans to help their patients overcome common ailments—such as neck pain and headaches—as well as severe conditions. Their Progressive Rehab method combines chiropractic techniques with rehabilitation therapies to relieve nerve pressure and pain. When they aren't nudging rebellious vertebrae, staffers stock a gourmet coffee bar with complimentary treats that always know just what to say.
After more than 15 years working in medicine, Family Nurse Practitioner Dee Warner took her health-improving passion to Pure Homeopathy in 2012 to break free of standard short office visits. To do this, she now practices a method which includes using a blend of traditional and holistic medicine while also performing physical exams and ordering prescription medications when needed. Warner counters the conventional practice of placing labels on medical conditions by personalizing appointments and collecting information from her patients to create individualized treatment plans, which include changes to lifestyle and diet.
The clinic also specializes in homeopathy, where patients are guided through their weight loss goals with the help of Dr. Lisa Amerine, ND and a registered dietician. Massages are also offered from a certified massage therapist.
After an acupuncturist cured a chronic sinus infection that antibiotics did not help, Michele Pimenta discovered the benefits of alternative medicine. She changed her career from a photographer to a facilitator of healing methodologies, and is now a biodynamic craniosacral therapist and certified practitioner of structural integration. Her techniques overall help align the body and balance the nervous system, and specifically treat back pain, neck pain from car accidents, and lingering pain from old football or thumb-wrestling injuries.