Rebecca LaMaack Schwartz, DC
I moved to Colorado 12 years ago after graduating from chiropractic school in Minnesota at Northwestern Health Sciences University. Having had unique exposure to chiropractic as an integral part of a multidisciplinary approach during my schooling, I have worked hard to create a clinic that embraces the best of both allopathic and alternative medicine. I am passionate about helping people change their lives by leaving their pain behind them and humble enough to know that chiropractic is often only a piece of the puzzle. I believe that patients really win when providers from many disciplines are contributing and collaborating to address what can be complex pain syndromes.
My team works hard to address the needs of our patients with chiropractic, acupuncture, cupping, massage, nutrition and functional testing. We start with the least invasive approach to address pain and restore function. But we are also willing and able to manage them through more aggressive treatments when appropriate such as imaging, spinal injections, orthopedic or neurosurgical intervention. We respect, incorporate and work alongside mainstream providers, delivering patient centered care that traverses the boundaries of complementary and allopathic medicine in the patients’ best interest.
Ben Lockie, DC
Ben Lockie has two amazing boys, with one on the way, don’t tell anyone 😉 An amazing wife that is always up for new adventures with her crazy boys. They are the highlight of his life. Dr. Ben went to school in St. Louis for his Doctorate in chiropractic. He completed a Master’s program in Sports injury and rehabilitation.
Dr. Ben grew up in a small town and spend his entire youth competing in any sort of competition he could find. His favorite activities were waterskiing and wake boarding, play tennis and ping pong, and snowmobiling or dirt bike riding. During all these activities he has spent many hours recovering from injuries due to over-use, or just bad luck. He has firsthand experience with good recovery/care and bad recovery/care. He has spent most of his adult life learning about the human body, dedicating himself to finding ways to improve and recovery or heal quickly and complete.
His biggest frustration is not being able to participate in desired activities due to pain. He is committed to help his patients live pain free and move better so they can enjoy the highlights of life.
Alex Grover, L.Ac M.T.O.M.
Alex Grover earned his Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Emperor’s College in Santa Monica, CA. This five-year program consists of 2,240 classroom hours and 970 hours of clinical training. Alex’s training includes adjunctive therapies including moxibustion, tui na, acupressure, cupping, auriculotherapy, nutrition and lifestyle recommendations. Alex is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the California Acupuncture Board.
He is a registered acupuncturist in California and Colorado and has been practicing since 2015. Alex has special training in Korean four-needle technique and Five Element Acupuncture.