MEET YOUR PHYSICIANS
KHOSHAL LATIFZAI, MD
Born in Afghanistan, Dr. Latifzai emigrated to the United States in the 1990s at age 10. He went on to graduate from Dartmouth Medical School and Yale University Emergency Medicine Residency program. Caring for critical patients and performing life-saving procedures has always been a passion of his, a pursuit that has culminated in medical missions to impoverished areas in Africa. He is also a tenacious patient-advocate, is instrumental in training future physicians, and is a published author in peer-reviewed journals. In addition to saving lives in emergency situations, Dr. Latifzai has come to appreciate the importance of quality of life through his personal pursuits. As a lifelong amateur athlete, he understands how difficult pain and recovery can be. Seeking out alternative, permanent solutions with little recovery time and few side effects sparked his interest in regenerative and advanced non-surgical orthopedics. What started out as an adjunct has since grown into a full time job. His medical background and love of sports has earned him the privilege of working with the Denver Broncos and also caring for other professional athletes. These days, clients seek him out for his expertise in dietary modification, vitamins and supplements, mitigation of systemic inflammation, hormone replacement, post-workout recovery, anti-aging, stem cell and other biological solutions.. In practice since 2003, Dr. Latifzai moved to the Boulder area from the East Coast in 2012. In his free time he can be found hiking around Colorado with his wife or teaching his two children the fundamentals of grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Keep Reading
VASSILY ELIOPOULOS, MD
Dr. Eliopoulos is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, CT where he earned a BS with Honors in Neuroscience. He then became a Peace Corps volunteer in the Solomon Islands, South Pacific before attending the Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City and postgraduate medical training at Denver Health Medical Center for General Surgery and Emergency Medicine. As a Peace Corp volunteer, he taught secondary school and worked with the World Health Organization on their malaria and filariasis control projects. He has also researched malaria extensively in Mali and the Solomon Islands. Originally from Westchester, New York, Dr. Eliopoulos has enjoyed a lifelong passion for martial arts and grappling, accruing numerous achievements along the way. He continues to compete today, recently winning the Masters Championships on the national and world level in International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation Competitions.
When not spending time with family or grappling, he also loves to climb rock and ice and whitewater kayak. Keep Reading
Other Team Members
Colleen Grady, RN, MSN, FNP
Colleen practiced traditional family medicine before joining the RMRM team in January of 2018. Through personal interest and seeking out better solutions for her patients, Colleen discovered the world of Functional Medicine and jumped in head first. She holds a BSN from Fairfield University, an MSN from Regis University, and is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Colleen believes that the root cause of symptoms can be discovered and treated using systematic history-taking, thorough diagnostic studies, personalized treatment plans, and a trusting client-provider partnership. Particular areas of interest include bioidentical hormone replacement, autoimmune disorders, and improving athletic performance. Colleen entered the medical field over ten years ago, specializing in emergency medicine. After witnessing the detriments of treating symptoms in isolation and neglecting underlying problems, she was propelled towards a different path altogether -- regenerative medicine. In addition to hospital medicine and family practice, she has participated in multiple medical missions to impoverished countries and has worked with underserved populations at home. Along with her husband and children, Colleen loves exploring the Rocky Mountains on foot, skis or bike, cooking healthy meals, and experiencing live music. Keep Reading
Sasha Hope, MSACN, DCN
Dr. Sasha Hope is a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition with a background in Neuroscience & Psychology who has been working in the healthcare field for over 15 years. She also works as a Graduate Instructor of Nutrition & Human Performance at Logan University. Dr. Sasha previously worked as a fitness trainer for the US Military and now practices integrative and functional healthcare. Her goal is to help her clients achieve peak wellness despite the debilitating conditions that commonly plague our modern society. She is a published cookbook author as well as the author of multiple published research papers. Now, Dr. Sasha is a top practitioner for the management of vagus nerve dysfunction, nutrigenomics counseling, and the gut-brain connection. Dr. Hope is the owner and lead practitioner at Flatirons Integrative Health & Nutrition. Keep Reading
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
Personalized Treatment Plans
Rocky Mountain Regenerative Medicine is the only full service regenerative medicine clinic of its kind in the nation. Expect only the highest standards of excellence!
Our highly skilled and experienced physicians methodically tailor Treatment Plans based on your unique symptoms, diagnoses, and desired outcomes.
Because of our personalized approach to each client’s individual situation and unique needs, it is impossible to predict what any one regimen looks like prior to an initial consultation. We work with you to learn your needs and determine the right treatment for your unique situation.