Rocky Mountain Regenerative Medicine


Colleen practiced traditional family medicine before joining the RMRM team in January 2018. Through personal interest and seeking out better solutions for her patients, she 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.