Rocky Mountain Regenerative Medicine

It’s not possible to list everything we do. Our practice is constantly evolving to stay at the forefront of medical science.
The following is a sample of the types of diagnostics we use to help you Live, Perform, and Look Better Longer



Provides important information about the body’s chemical balance and risk for diseases such as diabetes, kidney and liver disease.

Continuous glucose monitoring tracks your glucose level on demand throughout the day and night, providing valuable insight into the types of foods and stresses most likely to adversely impact your metabolism.

What to expect: You will pick up your prescribed glucose monitor from your favorite pharmacy, follow the instructions to place the monitor on your arm. Use your smartphone to track glucose for 2-4 weeks. At our follow-up appointment we review the results & partner with you on strategies to optimize your blood glucose.

Genomic analysis identifies genomic features unique to your biology and compares those findings to millions of other individuals in order to find patterns with regard to disease-susceptibility and the types of interventions likely to yield favorable outcomes.

What to expect: There are a variety of different tests, which can be done in-office or at home most of which take under 15 minutes.

Liquid biopsy cancer markers is a blood test that can detect over 50 types of cancers, the vast majority of which currently lack any reliable testing.

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.

Insulin sensitivity testing is widely used as a research tool, because it happens to be the most accurate test for determining insulin resistance. Some clinical situations favor using this technology over more commonly used metabolic tests. Knowing which scenarios warrant its use and understanding its interpretation can diagnose metabolic diseases much sooner than more conventional testing.

What to expect: These are a series of in-office blood draws over the course of approximately 2 hours.

Food sensitivity testing determines your immune response to commonly consumed foods. Not knowing risks chronic inflammation which could be detrimental to more than just your digestive health.

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.

Advanced cholesterol and cardiovascular marker analysis are ultramodern tests to accurately risk stratify you in terms of the number one health hazard, cardiovascular disease.

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.

Comprehensive inflammatory marker measurement Inflammation is the common thread amongst many diseases and now there are state-of-the-art blood tests able to detect its presence as the first step towards its elimination

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.

Complete hormone mapping Hormone levels change with age and even daily circumstances. Imbalances can contribute to mood disturbances and various diseases. Hormone mapping allows for precise control of the various levers that comprise your hormonal milieu

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.


Comprehensive stool analysis involves a series of tests done on a stool sample to help diagnose certain conditions affecting the digestive tract. If left untreated, these conditions can have wide-ranging ramifications on the remainder of your health as absorption of key nutrients can be altered.

Gut inflammatory markers Our intestinal tract is susceptible to certain types of damage that render it more permeable to substances that should not be absorbed into the body. If this does occur, it can trigger an inflammatory response from the immune system that damages our body. Repairing the initial damage is possible only if it can be detected in time and in detail.

Ova and parasite testing is microscopic analysis of a stool sample to determine presence of easily treatable infectious agents that can otherwise wreak havoc on the body.

What to expect: The above tests involve a combination of at-home stool collection and in-office blood testing.


Food, water, and other items of daily use are contaminated with toxins that can have wide-ranging and long-term adverse effects on our health. Cutting-edge tests are able to detect such exposures so a personalized treatment plan can be formulated.

Mycotoxin/mold testing detects the presence of harmful mycotoxin metabolites caused by mold or fungi in the body.

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw or urine test.

Micronutrient testing comprehensively measures functional deficiencies at the cellular level, thus guiding and monitoring therapy in the most informative way possible.

What to expect: This is a simple, in-office blood draw.