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“My goal is to provide lifestyle education and healthy movement awareness that will support the work of our physicians to decrease pain and injury, improve functional performance, and overall quality of life.” ~ Jenn Dougherty
Pat Karns was the Head Athletic Trainer with the Colorado Avalanche winning two Stanley Cups. He was also the Head Athletic Trainer for Men’s Ice Hockey at the Olympics in 2002 in Salt Lake. He’s worked with the Minnesota Timberwolves in the NBA and as a staff Athletic Trainer at his alma mater at St Cloud State University, and served as the Clinical Outreach Coordinator at St Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois. He holds an undergraduate degree from SCSU in St Cloud, MN and graduate degree from UNC in Greeley, CO. He’s a Certified Athletic Trainer.
I want my patients to return to full function and beyond. And for those playing sports I want them to strive for excellence at the highest level they want.
I specialize in photobiomodulation (laser therapy) and Vitality Protocols providing a complete spectrum of services for those that want the most current medical technologies.
Pat’s fav quote: Mind over matter and the body doesn’t matter. It’s not your aptitude, rather it’s your attitude that determines your altitude.
Lacy is a NCBTMB-certified massage therapist. She began her professional education at the Ancient Wisdom College of Healing Arts. She received her Cranial Sacral and Myofascial Release certificate in 2016, and has modified her routine with a combination of direct and indirect approaches.
She continues to refine her skills and is currently studying Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Hasin Fa School of Herbal and Energetic Medicine, and she plans to incorporate herbal remedies into her practice. Combining this new skill set into her ever-evolving routine will allow her to approach deeper issues she finds in her clients through meridian examination.
Clients can then further take part in controlling their health through tinctures, saves, proper diet that fits their constitution, and energetic movement to encourage fascial flow and stimulate Wei Qi.
After the birth of her first daughter, it was through her own difficult breastfeeding journey that Sarah Curtis, D.O. came to deeply appreciate the effects of structure and function, and how osteopathy and other tools can play a vital role. Dr. Curtis began to intensely study breastfeeding physiology, and applied it to her expanding knowledge of structure (anatomy) and function, in the newborn period and beyond. Dr. Curtis has experience treating patients in all stages of life: from minutes after birth to minutes before death. Dr. Curtis has an interest in applying OMT in the breastfeeding dyad, pregnancy-related conditions, a variety of pediatric cases such as plagiocephaly, autism, ADHD, neurodevelopmental disorders, in addition to migraines and sports injuries. The goal is restoring structure, so that the person may develop and function optimally.
Dr. Curtis found her way to osteopathy through an interesting path. During her undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin, she spent months in Mexico studying medical Spanish, taking medical school classes, and shadowing in a hospital and public health clinic. She was fascinated how, in a hospital where few luxuries were provided, the young physicians always made time to physically touch their patients. She noticed how this simple gesture affected the patients. After commenting about this to her fellow student, this student asked, “haven’t you heard about osteopathic physicians?” That evening, Dr. Curtis spent ten pesos in the internet café researching all she could about D.O.s, and then she decided to apply solely to osteopathic medical schools. During her time at the University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, she pursued an additional year in a predoctoral fellowship in osteopathic manipulative medicine. This gave her the opportunity to pursue research, study osteopathy at a deeper level, and take a variety of courses from renowned physicians practicing osteopathy. After toiling with the idea of pursuing family medicine or obstetrics and gynecology, it was a moment of feeling overwhelmed yet inspired during her second 40-hour introductory cranial course where she solidified her desire to pursue neuromusculoskeletal medicine/ osteopathic manipulative medicine residency training. She and her new fiancé packed up their dog and two cats and moved to New York City, where Dr. Curtis completed a 3-year residency at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx. In residency, Dr. Curtis was fascinated with treating the newborn babies and postpartum mothers. She also received training in treating pregnant patients and pediatric patients both in an inpatient and outpatient setting, as well as a multitude of other patients and conditions.
Dr. Curtis is board certified and joins OIM after several years working in academics, at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine and at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Parker, Colorado, where she continues to serve as adjunct professor.
Dr. Curtis enjoys her time being outside in the beautiful Colorado sunshine with her husband, two daughters, dog, and two cats.
Dana C. Anglund, D.O. received his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine (UMDNJ-SOM). He then completed residency training in Family Medicine at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, IN. Following this training he traveled back to UMDNJ-SOM to complete a second residency in Neurmusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM) and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). While completing these training programs, Dr Anglund also undertook advanced training in Medical Acupuncture, Clinical Homeopathy, and various disciplines of Energy Medicine.
Dr Anglund is dual board-certified in Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine / Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM/OMM). Dr Anglund offers full spectrum Osteopathic Integrative care to a wide range of patients including newborns and children, pregnant women, and adults.
In his spare time, Dr Anglund is an avid skier and martial artist.
“Your body is marvelously designed to be healthy and to heal itself. The goal of Osteopathy is to support that innate health and to remove any barriers to healing.” ~ Dana C. Anglund, D.O.
David A. Zarou, D.O. founder of Osteopathic Integrative Medicine (OIM) Dr. Zarou earned his medical degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training at St. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx, New York. He is board-certified in Neuromuscular Medicine (NMM) and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). Dr. Zarou is both residency and fellowship trained.
In 2007 Dr. Zarou served on the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation Medical Treatment Guideline Task Force, to help re-write the guidelines for Low Back and Cervical Spine Injuries. He continues to serve as an adjunct professor for the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine- A.T. Still University, Kirksville Missouri and for Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Des Moines, Iowa.
During his leisure time, Dr. Zarou enjoys spending time with his wife, Kate, and their four children. His passions include music, film, fly-fishing and camping.
“My intention is to be clear and grounded in every patient interaction, osteopathy helps me to assist patients in finding a balanced “neutral” , from which true healing can be activated.” ~ David A. Zarou, D.O.
Kim Engell, MS, BBPS, uses biofield energy therapies and biofeedback techniques to improve brain function for optimal cognitive, emotional and body function. She was introduced to energy healing when she sought treatment for her own severe post-concussion syndrome in 2013. Prior to that injury, she had worked 25 years in the social services field with specialization in serving those with intellectual and emotional disorders. The amazing recovery results she experienced from energy healing prompted her career change. She is now certified in several energy healing modalities and has developed her own method of interacting with and encouraging the brain/body/spirit to be whole and healthy.
Kim’s unique, caring, and very individualized approach has helped numerous adults and children improve symptoms from a variety of conditions including; Brain Fog, Chronic Stress, Concussion, Developmental Delays, Dizziness, Dyslexia, Fears, Grief, Headaches, Lack of Focus, Learning Challenges, Negative Self Talk, Migraines, Memory Issues, Post-Concussion Syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorders, Sleep Issues, Test Anxiety and Worry.
Kim loves staying on the forefront of exciting new neuroscience and energy healing research, bringing a continually growing knowledge base to her practice. In addition to seeing patients at OIM, Kim is the founder of Be Better Therapies in Fort Collins, CO.
Alejandro Morin has been practicing massage and bodywork since 2001. His approach to therapy is to apply any needed technique to create the release and reactivation of problematic areas of the body. His knowledge of working with the body is rooted in eight years of teaching anatomy and physiology at the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado, teaching hatha yoga, and teaching anatomy for yoga trainings. Through these teaching opportunities, he carries a constant wonder about the human body and a desire to inspire people into a deeper relationship with it.
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Daniel Lopez, D.O. is a caring expert helping people who specializes in many problems, including headaches (tension and migraine), traumatic brain injuries, TMJ dysfunctions, eye problems, neck pain, back pain, and much more. He has been interested in health since he was young, but it wasn’t until medical school where he realized that “if I can’t heal myself, how can I expect to heal others?” From that moment on, he sought answers, real answers. He was not interested in masking symptoms, but resolving them. He found answers in osteopathy, but it required working with masters in the profession.
Through years of study and practice, Dr. Lopez learned and developed unique and different approach to the human body that has helped thousands around the world. He prides himself on giving being more comprehensive and understanding the intricacies of how affecting one part of the body will affect everything else. He is living his passion of finding solutions when no one else can by being more comprehensive and understanding the intricacies of how affecting one part of the human body affects the rest.
His mission is to promote and push forward the osteopathic profession to provide better quality care to the general public. He loves giving people their lives back, especially when they have been told, they will need to “live with their problem.”
After years of running a successful practice in New York City, where he was sought by patients from all over the world, Dr. Lopez now practices in Denver, Colorado at Osteopathic Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Lopez is an Osteopathic Physician that is board certified in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine / Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (NMM/OMM). Daniel Lopez, D.O., a Colorado native, joined Osteopathic Integrative Medicine in July 2016 after spending 6 years in private practice in New York City.
He was first introduced to osteopathy as a swimmer while attending Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri, the birthplace of osteopathy.
Dr. Lopez graduated from Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007 in Glendale, Arizona. While living in Arizona, Dr. Lopez studied Neurofascial Release, a technique developed by his mentor, Stephen Myles Davidson, D.O.
From Arizona, Dr. Lopez spent one year in Portland, Maine to complete his postgraduate training as an intern at Mercy Hospital in 2008. He went on to complete the remaining two years of his residency at Plaza Medical Center in Fort Worth, associated with the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
During medical school and residency, Dr. Lopez advanced his skills by studying at a variety of seminars, including Primal Reflex Release Technique, in which he is now a certified instructor. He also teaches hands on workshops for professionals on material that he is developing.
Greatly influenced by Stephen Myles Davidson, D.O., other practitioners, and the writings of AT Still, Dr. Lopez enjoys deepening his knowledge and understanding of Osteopathic Medicine to best help his patients. He also enjoys teaching, in order to invest in the future of his profession.
Dr. Lopez has authored several books including a book for the general public about osteopathy titled Unwinding The Body And Decoding The Messages Of Pain: An In-Depth Look into the World of Osteopathic Physicians and How They “Magically” Use Their Hands For Healing
Suzanne Mondello is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) who focuses on providing nutritional support for individuals and groups. She honors and works with clients to provide guidance and support as they achieve their goals. She offers individual attention and empowers each client on their personal path to wellness. Through this powerful experience, clients understand that it is the investment in themselves that brings the results. Suzanne embraces an integrative approach and works alongside OIM physicians and other practitioners to support each individual’s health and wellness.
In addition to being an NTP, Suzanne has an MBA from Saint Louis University and her experience includes working in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, as a management consultant for Ernst & Young’s healthcare practice, and with other organizations. After spending years serving in different areas of healthcare, she chose to focus on nutrition as the core foundation for our wellbeing and is an advocate of Integrative and Functional Medicine.
Suzanne teaches nutrition with the Nutritional Therapy Foundation and Organizational Leadership for Brandman/Chapman University. She enjoys speaking and offers nutrition classes at OIM.
I am a native of beautiful Colorado. I have spent the last 20 years as a medical assistant, specializing in alternative/anti-aging medicine. I have extensive training in IV therapies as well as, regenerative tissue protocols. I enjoy working closely with patients as they find their way to optimal health. I enjoy spending time with my 3 children and especially my 3 grandchildren.
Lori Gulmantovicz, CEO of OIM, Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) – Lori graduated from Regis University with a degree in Neuroscience and Kinesiology. She earned her Athletic Trainers Certification in 2000. Lori has experience with evaluation and rehabilitation of acute and chronic athletic injuries. She worked in a physical therapy setting for five years, rehabilitating acute and chronic orthopedic injuries in patients of all ages.
Lori wears two hats at OIM, she is the CEO for the practice, as well as the clinical assistant to Dr. Zarou. She co-treats patients with him, and designs individual home-exercise programs for each of their patients. She has worked with Dr. Zarou since 2002. She is also a certified pilates instructor. After many years of working with patients on their rehabilitation, Lori and Dr. Zarou decided it was time to offer a more expansive rehabilitation program, thus allowing patients to have more time achieving one one one instruction with their exercises.
When Lori is not at the office treating patients or answering everyones questions, she can be found on the trails, preparing for a half-marathon. She also loves to spend time in the mountains camping and hiking. Lori and her husband Tony, are the proud parents of Nathan who is 3 1/2 years old.
“Each rehabilitation session is intended to help complement the balance achieved with osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), and support functional motion.” ~ Lori Gulmantovicz
Greg has been studying Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 20 years. In the early 1990s, he attended both a Five Element School and a Traditional Chinese Medicine school. These two programs empowered Greg to learn and utilize a variety of Acupuncture and Tui-Na (Chinese massage) techniques, in addition to developing a strong comprehension of Chinese herbal formulas. In 2011, Greg published his first Chinese pulse diagnostic book, The Pulse Atlas. It is an illustrative guide to Chinese pulse diagnosis formatted to make it easier for students and practitioners of different learning styles to better comprehend the pulses, regardless of whether one is a visual, audio, or kinesthetic learner. In addition to treating clients, Greg’s passion for education and instruction has taken him around the world, teaching seminars on Auricular Therapy, Tui-Na, and Pulse Diagnosis.