Stem Cell Therapy in Fort Collins
Dr. Alisha Barnes, a Colorado native, is passionate about health and wellness. After watching her little sister struggle with health issues since birth, she has learned to appreciate what a gift it is to have good health and how important it is to maintain it. She has a thirst for knowledge and loves helping patients discover new ways to improve their quality of life.
Dr. Barnes received her bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and her Chiropractic Doctorate degree from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon.
When Dr. Barnes is not in the office performing stem cell therapy in Fort Collins, she can be found hiking in beautiful Rocky Mountain National park with her husband Nathan. She also enjoys getting to know her Fort Collins community through various events and activities.
Dr. Elise Rigney, D.C. is a wellness expert and uses a "whole person approach" - looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption and implementing whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments are needed to optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Elise is able to help others accelerate and/or maintain their journey to good health.
Dr. Elise holds a Bachelors in Physiology and Norwegian & Scandinavian Studies through the University of Minnesota, as well as Bachelors in Human Biology through Northwestern Health Sciences University. Following her undergraduate degree, Dr. Elise completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. Upon completing her Doctorate, Dr. Elise practiced as an Associate Chiropractor at the largest Chiropractic clinic in the world. She then moved on to open Impact Chiropractic in Fort Collins in early 2012.
Dr. Elise sees the importance in continuing education and since beginning in practice, she has kept up-to-date on the newest research and effective techniques. Through her continued education, Dr. Elise learned about and researched the benefits of stem cell transplant therapy. In 2018, she founded Impact Medical to provide options for patients who experience long-term pain that has not improved with other interventions and to provide an alternative to pharmaceuticals treatments. Her aim is to inspire hope and promises to focus on the cause of the problem, not its effect. Dr. Elise loves educating others on not only how to reach their optimal health level, but on how get more out of life!
On the weekends, you can spot Dr. Elise spending time with her husband, Rocky, and daughters, Sloan and Stella. They enjoy hiking in the canyon, walking around Old Town, and trying new restaurants in Fort Collins. Dr. Elise also speaks as an educator to Chiropractors all over the world. She often times brings her family to all of these speaking events.
In 2015, Dr. Elise was named one of The Coloradoan's "Mind & Body Magazine" SuperWoman of the Year.
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